David Eason's estranged sister is fighting back in her feud against Jenelle Evans! Jessica Lenn Miller exclusively revealed to RadarOnline.com her new line of clothes – and certain items aren't flattering towards the Teen Mom 2 star!
On one of the shirts, two stick figures are having sexual intercourse with the caption, "Makin my family on the lannndd." As fans know, Evans often refers to her North Carolina home as "the land."
Another shirt features the text, "#Nonmom #FeedKai." The back of the shirt reads, "Leave me alonnne," which is an infamous Evans quote. The shirt comes from a recent episode where Evans' son Kaiser with ex-fiancé Nathan Griffith cried for his mother to feed him. The #SaveKaiser began trending.
But fans could also purchase non-related Evans shirts, as others read, "#Cuddletime" "Beer.30" and "Boom! Guess who stepped in the room?" Fans could purchase the T-shirts for $23.99 or hoodie versions for $44.99, among other products including mugs.
Although Miller is feuding with Evans, she insisted the shirts weren't made to insult her sister-in-law. "I asked for requests or ideas, and the majority of requests were very similar," she explained to Radar. "There was an overflow of expressions and references. Most of them were #feedme related." She added that 10 percent of proceedings will be donated to the Feed The Poor Charity Organization.
Miller has been estranged from her brother and sister-in-law since May when she hung out with Eason's baby mama Olivia Leedham and their son. As Radar reported, Eason violated a domestic violence protective order on October 30, 2015 when he ran into his son Kaden at a grocery store. The domestic violence protective order was initially granted after Eason became violent with his baby mama on April 19, 2014. Radar recently reported that despite agreeing to a visitation arrangement, his ex has refused to let him see their son. Eason filed a "motion of contempt" against her.
"Jenelle Evans grow up," Miller posted on Instagram. "That's MY nephew and if I wanna see him I will! He isn't your child! Worry about ya own kids! That's what u need to do! Evans fired back over Facebook, "Maybe start with an apology? Nope, he can't even have that. Sad."
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