Former “Teen Mom 2” star Jenelle Evans has hinted that fans may see her on TV again.
Evans took part in an Instagram Q & A on Wednesday, where fans wondered how she’d be able to support her family now that she’s no longer on “Teen Mom 2.”
Evans says her role in a new reality TV show “might be coming up sooner rather than later.”
Evans was let go from MTV’s hit show after allegations surfaced that Evans’ husband, David Eason, had shot and killed the family dog, the French bulldog Nugget.
One reader thought that Evans in another show would garner higher ratings than “Teen Mom 2,” to which Evans replied “lol probably so.”
When Evans spoke with People last month, she said she thought things ended peacefully with MTV, and implied that she’s in an “open contract” with them.
Evans claims, regarding contracts anyway, that things are on the down low with her and the music video network.
“My relationship with MTV right now — we just left it on a civil note. And, you know, apparently I’m still in an open contract, I hear.”
“I hear that, you know, I’m not fired. So, I mean, I’m confused, because I only talk to one of my old producers, but no one else will speak to me, so I don’t know. Things have been very hush-hush.”