Another day, another controversy for Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans. The troubled mom of three — who was born and raised in North Carolina — took to Twitter this morning to claim burnt-down Malibu, California was like a "second home" to her. "NC deals with hurricanes with lots of water and we lose lots of important items we will never get back, but some stuff you can recover," she wrote. "Fire is total destruction and devastates me to see all of this. Malibu is like a second home to me. I can't imagine." Her tribute to the destroyed beach town was trashed by fans, who said she was trying to make the tragedy about her, and not about the victims who lost everything to fire. "Always making yourself a part of tragic situations," one fan fumed. "Stop making everything about you!" said another. In a deleted tweet, Evans, 26, countered that she lived in Malibu for two months many years ago, and loves to visit during trips to California. But her explanation didn't quiet down furious followers. Find out the latest in RadarOnline.com's gallery.
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Evans and her controversial husband David Eason are currently traveling together in California — just weeks after she accused him of assaulting her during a drunken night at home. (She later took back her accusations, and Evans was never charged with a crime.)
However, she tagged herself in Sequoia National Park, which is at least four hours away from Malibu.
Fans continued to slam Evans Tuesday afternoon. "Here we go again…making it sound like you're the one who's suffering…Maybe you should get out and donate and help since it's your 'second home,'" slammed another follower.
The star was slammed yesterday for posting tons of beautiful photos of California without mentioning the tragic fires.
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