After Maci Bookout and her baby daddy’s wife Mackenzie Standifer got into an explosive fight at the Teen Mom OG reunion special, the women are putting their differences aside for the sake of their family. RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal Bookout is attending Ryan Edwards‘ wedding ceremony.
“Mackenzie received Maci’s response card. Yes, she will be there,” a source close to Standifer told Radar. “They are getting along.”
But Bookout and her husband Taylor McKinney will be the only cast members in attendance, as only the couple’s “closest family and friends” were invited.
The wedding, which will take place on Saturday, November 18 in Tennessee, will be filmed for the MTV series.
The celebration comes months after Edwards and Standifer tied the knot in a quickie ceremony in May. On the TMOG episode, the couple explained how they got married to help their custody battle over Edwards and Bookout’s son Bentley, 9.
But on their way to the wedding, Edwards slurred his words and fell asleep at the wheel while high on Xanax. After the disturbing footage aired, MTV released a statement that Edwards checked into a treatment center for drug abuse.
At the reunion show, Standifer ripped Bookout for talking about Edwards’ substance abuse issues on the show before the scene aired.
“Maci you told me to my face merely days after I had informed you that Ryan was seeking help that you have known about his problem since November… that was 186 days he could’ve died and still you said nothing,” she said. “You let everyone know that you feared for his life while concurrently exploiting Ryan’s addiction on the show.”
Standifer continued, “I had only known about it for two days before Ryan was walking into treatment. Instead of solving the problem or doing what you could to make an effort to solve it, you decided to humiliate Ryan.”
Bookout called her “ridiculous.”
“You’re so full of s**t your eyes are brown,” Bookout fired.
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