From countless arrests to drug use, Jenelle Evans has had a tumultuous life since she entered the spotlight at 16 years old. But was her upbringing even more traumatic? RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal new details on the Teen Mom 2 star's tell-all book.
"The book shares raw emotional stories of Jenelle's youth that have helped shape the woman she has become, all drawn from her childhood diary," Devon Brown from Post Hill Press told RadarOnline.com of Read Between the Lines: From the Diary of a Teenage Mother.
Evans added on social media, "My book will put into perspective how I was brought up and raised. Gives everyone my point of view. Everyone will understand me now!"
Evans' book, which will be her first, will be released on July 25, 2017.
RadarOnline.com has previously reported on the MTV star's sad childhood.
Evans parents Robert and Barbara separated on April 5, 1996 when she was just 4 years old. Robert claimed he was the "innocent and injured spouse and that Barbara has offered such indignities… as to render his condition intolerable and life burdensome."
Although Robert filed for custody of their three kids, Barbara responded that he "walked out on her and the children."
She asked that his "residential time with the children shall be limited or restrained completely" in 1997 because he alleged that he "has a drinking problem."
In Robert's response, which he never put his name on, he accused her of "abusive use of conflict… which creates serious damage to child's psychological development."
Robert recently told RadarOnline.com that he hasn't seen his children in over 10 years.
"They don't call me," he said. "They don't get in touch with me. And I have no idea how to get in touch with them."
Evans is currently feuding with her mother for refusing to return custody of her oldest son Jace, 7, to her.
On the Teen Mom 2 finale, she stormed off set of the reunion and bashed producers for continuing to film her mother.
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