Bristol Palin is already in trouble with her family for ditching her sister's wedding. Now, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that Bristol's filming for Teen Mom OG is causing the family feud to explode!
A source spilled to Radar that the family is divided over Bristol's TV gig. Some believe it's a "great opportunity" for exposure while others want absolutely nothing to do with it.
Bristol's biggest critic is her new brother-in-law, Ricky Bailey. As Radar readers know, the Palins got into a blowout fight after Bristol skipped out on Ricky and Willow's wedding on Saturday at the last minute. Sources told Radar Bristol went into a fit of rage after learning Willow invited their brother, Track, to the wedding, though he was later arrested and did not attend.
"Ricky is so against having cameras around," the source revealed to Radar.
MTV cameras followed Bristol and the rest of the family during Willow's bachelorette weekend in Arizona. The source said Willow was not happy about it.
"Willow didn't approve of the cameras filming for her bachelorette weekend but ended up giving in to Bristol," said the source. "It was more of a favor."
The insider added: "All of the conversations during Willow's bachelorette weekend ended up being all about Bristol. It was so sad for Willow."
Bristol's siblings also view Dakota Meyer's ex as a ticking time bomb, said the source.
"Bristol's siblings believe she is totally crazy and really volatile," said the source. "Her family knows Bristol is trying to keep it together for the Teen Mom cameras."
But the source added that the Palins believe it's "only a matter of time" before the reality star's vicious side comes out.
Since blowing off her sister's wedding, Bristol has been keeping her distance from the family. On October 1, she declared it was a "new month" and time for a "new slate" on Instagram.
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