"Yes, me and David have our ups and downs but yesterday's episode was uncalled for," Evans, 25, wrote in an Instagram rant. "Because David didn't feel like explaining another argument or drama on camera they make it look as if David is hiding some weird a** s**t from the public as if he was hurting me in some way?!"
She then revealed that she is "probably calling it quits for filming this show." "I told Executive Producer Morgan it's getting to out of hand and it's not healthy for us anymore, just harming us mentally," the rant continued. "They treat all of us as if we are in a freak show and in cages. We aren't human beings to @mtvwhat-so-ever."
She ended the rant with, "Once they treat me with respect I'll be back, if they don't I'll be happy with the life I've got. I told them this last night."
On last night's episode, a producer received a text from Evans when the crew showed up to film. "'He's arguing for hours,'" the text read. "'This is bull s**t, he keeps putting me down. He won't stop.'"The producer then received another text that read, "'David said if you don't leave my house you will be escorted by police. You will have five minutes before I call.'"
When the crew returned the next day, Eason insisted the fight never happened."We weren't fighting," he said, as Evans remained silent. "Who told you that? Were we fighting yesterday? Nope, you're lying. Everything is great around here. You don't have to worry about problems."
But Evans' rant continued, as cameras caught Eason grabbing Evans' Kaiser during a temper tantrum. Kaiser then yelled, "Feed me!"
"MTV has done a great job this time," she wrote. "I watched last night's episode at 2pm yesterday afternoon and have been very upset ever since. I deactivated my accounts mainly because I don't want to even begin to read the comments. Here are texts of me explaining that subtitling my son when he has speech therapy isn't right at all, but MTV feels the need to keep it in their story and out the subtitle in "feed me". I've blocked all my producers numbers. I will not stand for the negative s**t anymore."
In a text conversation with Morgan J. Freeman, he defended, "Hurts to hear all this because it's not true. We want the best for you. You have a complicated life – and we do our best to strike a balance… we have been through this time and time… and I know how many times you locked us out of fun stuff – you know it's true. So it cuts both ways. But we do our absolute best with what you give us to be honest and accurate and strike that balance."
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