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‘Teen Mom 2’s Jenelle Evans’ Cease and Desist Letter Revealed by Ex-Friend, Ryan Dolph

Unless you’ve been living under a rock in the Teen Mom universe, you’ll know that Jenelle Evans recently sent cease and desist letters to pretty much everyone in her life, including her own mother.

The cease and desists were to warn individuals that if they did not stop talking about Jenelle Evans and her husband, David Eason in a derogatory and “false” manner, they would take legal action and sue. Jenelle also claimed that whatever was being said about her affected her future employability, which is pretty ridiculous as her behavior on the show does that just fine.

These “legal” letters were, unfortunately, not from her lawyer Dustin, who has appeared on Teen Mom numerous times. Several cast members aside from Barb were hit by the letters, including Kailyn Lowry, Chelsea Houska DeBoer, Randy Houska (Chelsea’s father) and possibly Leah Messer, though it has not quite been confirmed if she’s received one.

Kailyn Lowry and Chelsea Houska DeBoer both took to Twitter to express how ridiculous it was that they received the letters, especially since neither of them mention Jenelle all that often in public.

Ryan Dolph, who is good friends with Nathan Griffith, Jenelle’s ex-fiance  and father of her son Kaiser, decided to give the people what they want and posted the cease and desist letter.

“I should wipe my a** with this bs and send it back… couldn’t they of at least hired a better attorney she must of forgot my dad is in with the best attorneys in New Hanover County I ain’t stressing thanks for the laugh tho, (sic),” Dolph wrote on Twitter before sharing photos of the letter.

Photos via Twitter/Starcasm

Super sleuths figured out rather quickly that Christopher E. Faircloth, Esquire’s middle initial actually stands for Eason, the same name as Jenelle’s husband, David Eason. However, Ryan Dolph is pretty sure they aren’t related, despite the coincidence. He states that the two aren’t “ken” (though he probably means “kin”).

Will Jenelle actually go through with a lawsuit for any of these individuals? Time will only tell, though it is pretty ironic that despite sending this, she is still posting gossip about her fellow stars, including those who received her attorney’s letter, on her social media.


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