Gen Evans Can Really Come Back To Teen Mom: Report
Look out, folks.
Consider yourself careful.
According to a new, amazing and unfortunate report … Janelle Evans could really go back to the teen mom universe.
As you may have heard, the former reality star attended a party hosted by Brianna Djessas this month (Brianna celebrates defeating her nemesis, Kylen Lori, in court, after filing a defamation suit against the former).
But many of us are listening for the first time now?
While in Florida, Evans met with MTV officials, most notably Larry Musnik, the lead producer.
And the context in hand?
“They are trying to get him to return his job,” a source told The Sun on Friday.
Janelle, of course, was fired in May 2019 after her husband (David Eason, who had previously fired himself for making several gay comments) shot and killed the family dog.
In response, the Child Protective Service jumped in and took Janelle’s children away for about a month.
“I was a bit shocked but I saw it coming,” Evans told our weekly after the exclusive new break, adding three years ago:
“It’s still shocking but I respect their decision and there is nothing but love for MTV.”
In the very long time since then, Evans has tried to start a podcast and venture into other business opportunities.
They have almost all failed.
Most recently, the mother of three has joined OnlyFans, where she claims to be one of the platform’s top earners.
But still: money is money and fame is fame and Evans can always use a little more of both.
“If he does film, his mother Barbara does the film, and the kids do too – everyone gets their income back,” Sun source added about the former Teen Mom 2 star, referring to the guardian with whom Janel has been at loggerheads for years.
There seems to be a catch though.
Yes, if this report is to be believed, General Evans may return to MTV one day soon. Anyway …
“MTV refuses to deal with David in any way.”
We have no idea if this will happen, of course.
But there are some arguments over time:
MTV plans to combine Teen Mom 2 and Teen Mom Oz next season, with women from both franchises putting them on the same program.
According to Kylie Lowry, though, she will not be part of this crossover, perhaps opening the door to a certain familiar (and polarizing!) Face.
“Bringing Janel back could help the franchise, with Kyle leaving, need their drama,” The Sun explained.
Rumors have been circulating for some time that Janelle may return to the show that made her infamous, Evans encouraged such discussions during a recent tick-tock video.
“Did they film me? Yes, I signed a contract to film,” he told Brianna’s party fans and the camera present.
Janel even admitted that he had talked to at least some of the producers on hand.
“There was some conversation between us when I arrived. [They asked] That’s how I’ve been doing lately and things like that, ”Evans teased this week.
“But without that,” he added.
“I had fun.”
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