Last month it was announced that a Teen Mom Spin-off Show with cast members from all three series (Teen Mom OG, Teen Mom 2, and Teen Mom Young and Pregnant) were green-lighted by MTV Execs.
The show should take a healthier approach than its predecessors, bringing women together for a few days of therapy, healing and motherhood.
Unfortunately, on the very first night of the film, the experiment violently imploded.
The plan was for the cast members to live under one roof, get to know each other, and hopefully work together to get away from the toxic tendencies for which the franchise became known.
“The producers hope that by putting girls who never work together in the same setting together, it will be interesting,” a production source told The Ashley’s Reality Roundup.
“They think the girls are doing ‘healing exercises’ together like sound therapy, etc. and maybe group therapy.”
So yeah, it sounds like Teen Mom producers have never watched their own shows.
Presumably things did net go according to plan, and the women were met at the neck soon after each other.
According to Ashley, there was a fight that night that Briana DeJesus, Brittany DeJesus, and Jade Cline shot against Ashley Jones.
The news of the beef was first made public by Bri and Brittany’s mother Roxanne, who shared her story on Instagram Live in hopes of beating Ashley.
“It could end up on social media so that The Ashley can be reported on it before anyone else does it. Good, too bad, I say it first!” Roxanne told her audience.
“St broke out last night and guess what happened again? Three of the girls had to be taken to another place if in fact it was supposed to be the opposite. Three girls did not go there to be forwards,” she muttered. , clearly calling out to Jade and her daughters.
“They went there, did their business and st broke out. I do not want to know what happened.
“I hold the network responsible for it!” Roxanne continued.
“Now you’re dealing with the real emotions of the people, and when you get a reaction, you’re worried. You want to involve therapists, you want to make sure you are insured … no. I’m done. I’m f-king ready. “
Details are currently scarce, but Roxanne claims the aging was not physical.
“Something happened last night. Unrest broke out, words were said. I don’t think it was a quarrel. I think there was a lot of quarrel between my two daughters, Jade and Ashley,” she said.
“So they took Jade, Brittany and Briana away and they stayed in another hotel.”
Roxanne also says she’s angry that her daughters have to be moved while Ashley stays.
“Why? This is the second time you’re doing this to me!” She said.
Even on that occasion, the DeJesus sisters were asked to leave, while the other fighter was allowed to stay.
The removal has led to rumors that Jade and DeJesuses have been fired from the show, but it looks like they’re just staying in a separate hotel.
What caused the beef, Bri and Brittany are close to Jade after they helped take care of their plastic surgery.
Jade and Ashley do not get along, so the most likely explanation is that they climbed into a tiff, and the DeJesuses jumped in.
“They knew what this was going to be like. They even joked with some of the girls about it when they presented the show to them,” the source told The Ashley.
“They were definitely hoping to get a housewives – type show here and, even if they did not encourage fighting, they knew it would probably happen someday. Some girls are allowed to bring a plus-one and others are not. It was shy. ”
This seems to be confirmed by Roxanne’s claim that the production staff brought the girls a ton of drinks the first night before a therapy took place.
“Because all the girls were not planned to be there all the time, they could have planned it so that the girls who disagreed were not there at the same time, but they were not,” says a second source.
“Also, in my opinion, the show was different than some girls planned to attend.”
The girls would have noticed what other moms were called, but not when they were on set.
And in all likelihood, producers are throwing up for conflict.
It could make an interesting TV show – provided no one gets hurt and sues MTV into oblivion.