While the Teen Mom cast fears the show could be cancelled amid David Eason’s homophobic rant and Farrah Abraham’s $5 million harassment lawsuit, Kailyn Lowry isn’t taking any chances! RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal she’s in talks to star in her own spin off show.
“Kailyn and her Coffee Convos co-host Lindsie Chrisley are in talks for their own show,” a source told Radar. “They have been approached by several networks already.”
The spinoff will show Lowry and Chrisley’s lives as “working moms who are reality stars and podcast hosts while working on other projects and brands.”
The idea for the show was created when MTV began filming the podcast for Teen Mom 2.
The news comes after a source close to Teen Mom OG star Tyler Baltierra feared the series could be at risk of cancellation after Eason’s homophobic rant and Abraham’s $5 million lawsuit for harassment.
"He doesn't want anyone to pull the plug on the franchise,” the source close to Baltierra told Radar.
Although MTV is filming, everything is “up in the air right now.”
“They're still going to film, but there's no guarantee if that footage will see the light of day if something should happen,” the source explained.
The Ashley’s Reality Roundup reported advertisers Nutro Company and Caesar Cuisine have confirmed that they are pulling their ads from airing during the show.
Jenelle Evans’ husband was fired from the series after he posted a photo of his wife holding a gun hours after the Florida school shooting that left 17 dead. He later went on a homophobic rant while defending his decision to keep the photo up.
“Lmao why don’t you go tell the homo and transgender parents to start teaching their kids better morals? Oh I forgot that’s supposed to be normal,” Eason tweeted.
Evans may get the boot too, as Radar exclusively reported MTV has been in meetings to discuss letting her go from the series.
“No cameras were at Jenelle’s house after David got fired and there were no plans to resume filming anytime soon,” the source told Radar.
Abraham filed a $5 million lawsuit against the production companies and executive producer Morgan J. Freeman after she was fired in October because of her return to the adult film industry.
Abraham claimed executive producer Freeman confronted her on October 30, 2017 and “harassed, humiliated, discriminated, disrespected, ridiculed, degraded and sex shamed” her decision to pursue opportunities in the adult entertainment industry.
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