Amber Portwood is not happy with how she’s being portrayed on this season of Teen Mom OG. The reality star slammed MTV for filming her ex-fiancé Gary Shirley talk about how she’s been slacking as a mother to their daughter Leah.
“I've been on this show for 10 years and I've been through hell,” Portwood tweeted. “Apparently my life is just for people to tell me how horrible I am as a mother because I went through depression!”
She then wrote, perhaps sarcastically, “Remember if you’re going through hell make sure you keep it all inside. And people should be able to say whatever they want about you. Especially your ex! Make sure when you're suicidal that you always have your kid right next to you the whole time! It's very healthy for them! Idiots.”
“MTV has turned my pregnancy and this relationship into a joke in one of the happiest times of my life,” she said. “Andrew is the reason I was able to pull myself together! He showed me that life was worth living! I'm thankful to have him because now I will be ALIVE for my daughter and family!”
Radar can confirm Shirley and his wife Kristina Anderson question her parenting and her relationship on tonight’s episode.
Portwood’s rant continued, “Make sure to watch Gary and Kristina tonight talking s**t about me! It must be hard making money off of me! Being such a bad mom and all. Where would they be? Wait… in a 1-bedroom shack in the ghetto of Anderson where he was before I got out and the show came back on! Ignorant!”
“Amber is not there,” Shirley said. “She is a come and go kind of mom. I don’t think her head is in kid mode.”
She explained to Shirley about her absence, “That was the Matt situation because we completely broke up. I got pretty bad. I didn’t want to be around Leah like that. I just wasn’t feeling very well. I just now started dating. I don’t want to cry in front of her. I don’t want her to see me like this. I’m starting to get better.”
Teen Mom OG airs tonight at 9/8c on MTV.
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