Category: Teen Mom 2

Teen Mom 2 ratings drop to record low – again

The ratings woes continue for MTV’s Teen Mom franchise. Teen Mom OG finished out its most recent season averaging under 500,000 viewers, and Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant managed to break 400,000 just twice during its latest run. Teen Mom 2 is in a similarly sinking ship as the current season has seen multiple record lows for viewers.

   

Kailyn Lowry’s lawsuit against Briana DeJesus tossed, Kail may have to pay Briana’s legal fees

The defamation lawsuit filed by Kailyn Lowry against her Teen Mom 2 co-star Briana DeJesus (Soto) tossed after being deemed without merit. According to the Florida anti-SLAPP statutes, Briana is is entitled to recover attorney’s fees and costs — which are going to be HUGE given that she hired high powered attorney Marc Randazza! Keep reading for all the details from the judge’s ruling earlier today!

   

TEEN MOM 2 Briana and Kail lawsuit update: sex history part of depositions

The pettiness continues in the defamation lawsuit filed by Teen Mom 2‘s Kailyn Lowry against her co-star Briana DeJesus.

Both of the women were recently deposed in the case, with Kail going first. When asked personal questions, Kail’s attorney asked that the responses remain confidential. Briana’s attorney did not object. When Briana was deposed a few weeks later, her attorney made the same request in regards to her “sexual relationship with a third party.” Kail’s attorney insisted that the responses remain public! Needless to say, Briana’s attorney WAS NOT HAPPY!

TEEN MOM 2 Chelsea & Cole DeBoer HGTV renovation show by Home Town producers announced

Chelsea Houska DeBoer continues her amazing post-Teen Mom 2 happily ever after as she and husband Cole DeBoer announce their own home renovation reality series on HGTV! The show is by the producers of Home Town, one of the most popular home renovation franchises with one of reality television’s most beloved couples, Erin and Ben Napier.

   

TEEN MOM 2 Kail and Briana lawsuit recap and timeline

The defamation lawsuit filed by Kailyn Lowry against Briana DeJesus is gaining a lot of attention, and may actually have more drama (and people tuning in) than Teen Mom 2 at this point. Unfortunately, many of our readers haven’t been watching the whole “season.” So, I’ve put together a bullet point recap and timeline of all the #KailVBriana lawsuit developments so far!

TEEN MOM 2 Briana DeJesus denies Chris Lopez hook up, says Kail has something ‘coming her way’ this week

Teen Mom 2 star Briana DeJesus is denying that she hooked up with another of her co-star Kail Lowry’s exes. Despite Chris Lopez revealing in a recent court filing that he spent three days with Briana in Miami in April, Briana strongly hints that their interactions were not sexual. She also says of Kail that “something is coming her way in a few days.”

TEEN MOM 2 Chris Lopez backs Briana DeJesus in Kail Lowry lawsuit filing

We have a big update in the defamation lawsuit filed by Kail Lowry against her Teen Mom 2 co-star Briana DeJesus. Kail’s ex Chris Lopez has signed an affidavit stating that he was the one who told Briana that Kail broke into his mother’s house and hit him. Chris says that he spent three days with Briana in Miami back in April, and that’s when he shared the details about Kail’s alleged assault with her.

Teen Mom Girls’ Night In is OG moms reacting to Teen Mom 2 episodes, much like Pillow Talk

Watch the preview trailer for Teen Mom: Family Reunion and get details about the new show. Plus, find out about another new Teen Mom spin-off titled Teen Mom: Girls’ Night In! This show is similar to 90 Day Fiance‘s Pillow Talk with OG moms watching episodes of Teen Mom 2 and offering up their reactions.

Jenelle Eason’s lawsuit against John Yates, Sharrell’s World, etc. dismissed

Just like the infamous Girl Sh*t podcast, the civil lawsuit that the failed project inspired never got off the ground. A Utah District Court judge dismissed the lawsuit on Friday after the attorney representing Jenelle Eason, Andrew Kenton and others failed to prove that the Court had jurisdiction over the case.