The day Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra always feared has come. In a Teen Mom OG sneak peek, their daughter Carly's adoptive parents ignore their request for an upcoming visit.
While speaking with their adoption counselor Dawn, Catelynn explained how Teresa Davis has been ignoring her texts to discuss their yearly visit.
"I want to physically talk to her on the phone and say, 'Even if I come out to you guys for a day and brunch the next morning,'" she explained.
Dawn then showed Catelynn and Tyler the contracts they signed in 2009 when they placed their daughter with Brandon and Teresa.
"You said no to ongoing face-to-face," Dawn read. "You could request visits with the adoptive family in the future to be initiated by Cate and Tyler, which is what you have been doing. At the discretion of the adoptive family as they determine what is in the best interest of Carly."
Catelynn then broke down as she asked, "Are we done having visits with Carly forever? Until she's 18 I'll hear nothing from her?"
Dawn explained how Brandon and Teresa would be honest if they chose to forgo all future visits.
"It is f*****g frustrating because I was 16 years old when I made this decision," Catelynn cried.
The heartbreaking news comes after years of tension between the adoptive and birth parents.
Last season, Tyler fought back against Brandon and Teresa's request to refrain from posting photos of Carly on his social media. He even admitted that he would risk their relationship if that meant he could be free to post photos and give updates to fans.
This season, Catelynn came under fire for her bad mom behavior when she admitted to smoking marijuana frequently in an attempt to combat her battle with depression and anxiety.
She was recently criticized for posting a naked video of her 2-year-old daughter Novalee on Snapchat that exposed her private areas.
Catelynn received even more backlash when she called fans that reported the video "r******d."
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