Jenelle Evans Slams Claims She's Back On Drugs, Blames MTV

Former wild child Jenelle Evans has cleaned up her act, but the Teen Mom 2 star tells that MTV is still making her look like a villain!

Evans lashed out at the network today for allegedly faking a scene that fans said made her look like she was doing drugs.

In the sneak peek of tonight's episode of Teen Mom 2, Evans' mother, Barbara Evans, arrives at her daughter's home to find Jace and other children playing outside while Jenelle is locked inside her room.

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"What is going on here?" Babs yells in front of the locked door. Evans is heard off camera saying, "Leave me alone," but she never comes out of the room.

Then there is a shot of Jenelle just leaning against a wall looking forlorn but she told that MTV did not film her that day.

"That's bullsh*t! They edited it to make it look like they filmed me. They didn't film me at all that day," she said.

Evans told she was furious with the camera crew that day, and that the shot in the sneak peek is not from that day.

Jenelle Evans

"I didn't even give them permission to come inside my house. They used a different scene from a different day to make it look like they got my reaction to my mom but that is a lie," she said.

Jenelle also told that she was shocked that MTV would put a different scene into the story.

"I didn't know they edited scenes like that!" she claimed.

Online fans slammed the shady scene, claiming she could be back on drugs — one of mom Babs's fears as well.

But Evans told that her mother's suspicion was not justified. "My mom said that I was doing drugs outside of my door to David when I was doing my makeup. I was in the bathroom trying to do my makeup!" she said. "That's all I was doing and my mom freaked out that I locked her out of my room, when it was really to lock the kids out, so they would leave me alone while I did my makeup because we were about to film me going to lunch with my mom."



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