'Teen Mom OG' Stars Bash Each Other on Twitter During the Show's Premiere

Monday night was the season premiere of Teen Mom OG, and of course the reality stars brought the drama, both on and off screen. Particularly, Catelynn Lowell and Amber Portwood took to Twitter to share their feelings about how people were portrayed after the MTV edits.


While the season six episode was airing on MTV, a couple of the main players tweeted their thoughts while watching. The most emotional one was Amber Portwood, who apparently saw for the first time her daughter explaining why she didn't want to stay with her.

In the episode, Leah said that she didn't want to stay with Amber because she slept all the time, but then again in another scene, she also said that she wanted to be with her dad because when they went to Disney, he didn't spend any time with her.

Amber explained why Leah said she didn't want to spend time with her, saying, "It was Gary saying things to her and she told me. Since then I've confronted him and it has stopped."

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But it got even more heartbreaking for Amber, who confessed, "I never got to see Leah then ... this just breaks my heart to hear the things she's saying ... She was spending all week away from me ... I just have never heard her say anything like that ... just confused and terribly heart broken. I'm just baffled ... at a loss for words. It's so confusing seeing this for the first time. She was always sad to leave me and so happy when we were together. so strange ... heart broken."

Break our own hearts, already!!

It wasn't just Amber talking about Gary Shirley, though. Catelynn Lowell also had something to say about a fellow co-star, and I sort of had to giggle at this one. While Farrah Abraham and her on-again, off-again boyfriend Simon Saran were on an abominable date, Cate tweeted out, "I agree with @SimonSaran."

Only one thing is clear at this point for the new season of Teen Mom OG -- there's going to be drama, both on and off screen.


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