Jenelle Evans is no stranger to getting bashed online, but that doesn’t make the hateful comments any easier to digest.
The Teen Mom 2 alum has been in the media over the past few weeks, and in a tearful video, she urged people to stop harassing her online.
People are angry at Jenelle over the recent reports that her eldest son, Jace, was allegedly assaulted by her husband, David Eason.
Jace has since been removed from their home and placed in the custody of Child Protective Services (CPS).
People were already concerned about the 14-year-old who ran away at least three times in the past few months. Now, Jenelle and David are allegedly under investigation by CPS.
However, what has been infuriating for people is that Jenelle continues to defend her husband amid the troubling allegations — seemingly choosing him over her son.
She’s also tried to set the record straight in a few videos but made things worse since she took no accountability and instead blamed her mom, Barbara, for spreading rumors about her.
Jenelle Evans says ‘y’all just hate me’ as she urges people to stop the ‘harassment’
Jenelle was having a great day until she hopped on social media and saw all the hate coming her way.
In a TikTok video seemingly recorded on Monday but posted a few hours ago, the former MTV star declared, “Y’all just hate me.”
“I’m just getting so much harassment, and I’m being called a ‘piece of s**t mom, horrible mother,’ and all these comments are stemming from one person.”
Jenelle didn’t mention Barbara’s name, but she hinted that she was the one spreading the horrible things about her.
According to the mom of three, things will all be over soon, and then she’ll be able to share “The full truth.”
However, until then, Jenelle asked that people keep their comments to themselves because she’s trying to keep her “mental health in check.”
Teen Mom alum Jenelle Evans gets tearful in TikTok video
The video, which showed Jenelle sitting inside her car, was seemingly recorded at two different times but on the same day.
A few minutes later, when she popped up again, the lighting in the background had changed, along with Jenelle’s mood, which had turned somber.
“So yeah, update! Been crying for like 30 minutes,” said a tearful Jenelle in the clip, adding that while she seems happy and carefree on TikTok, that’s not the case.
“I do care about what’s going on,” she confessed. “I just try not to film myself when I’m so depressed.”
Meanwhile, the 31-year-old has been trying her best to block out the negativity and had initially turned off her TikTok and Instagram comments.
The feature has been turned back on for TikTok, but Instagram users are still unable to comment on her posts.
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