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  • MTV shared a preview for Monday night's episode, during which Amber had some words with producer Larry Musnik.

    In the clip, Amber and her co-star, Catelynn Baltierra, met up on the way to the studio in New York City to do press for the show. It was also going to be the first time they met new co-stars Bristol Palin and Cheyenne Floyd.

    In the green room, Amber talked to Larry abut how disrespected she felt that MTV didn't even give them a courtesy call to let them know they'd hired new stars. "This show to us is like family, especially with the girls," she said, explaining that she didn't want another "Farrah situation." She continued that she had shared a lot of personal stuff on the show over the past 10 years, and felt like MTV at least owed it to her to be up front about hiring new people for the show.

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  • Even though it was filmed a couple of months ago, Amber is obviously still salty about how MTV handled it, and took to Twitter to express her feelings. 

    We can't blame her for feeling the way she does. After how much she's let the cameras into her life, you'd think MTV could at least let the original ladies know that there were new cast members. 

  • Thankfully, it looks like these five ladies get along famously, although there's a chance Amber may be done with MTV anyway. 

    Last week she tweeted, "I can't do this anymore," followed by "I have to quit this show." She later added, "The heartache this show has put me through is too much to bear anymore. If I will not be shown then there's nothing more to do. My name will not get smeared anymore. I hope everyone is resting easy with the money they've made off of heartache and pain that I've endured."

    It may have been in response to last week's show, in which she shared details about her devastating miscarriage with ex Matt Baier. For whatever reason though, we're not sure if Amber is going to be up for renewing her contract after this season. 

  • We just hope Amber is able to make peace with MTV.

    Not only would we selfishly miss seeing her on the show, she really doesn't need any extra stress in her life. Here's hoping she's focusing on what really matters -- her sweet little family and her own mental health.