Jenelle Evans releases documentary about her childhood

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“Teen Mom” ​​star Jenelle Evans has said she wants to make a documentary about her childhood.

Former Teen Mom star Jenelle Evans has announced that she is working on a documentary about her childhood. She’s no stranger to YouTube, but the former reality TV personality will take this project “seriously” and plan the series.

“Listen: So I start doing my youtube videos very detailed and I start writing storylines and actually I like to produce them really well and organize every little thought and plan that I have for every video,” Evans said via Instagram Stories on Dec. 13, per teen mom things. “So I’m taking it more seriously now.”

Evans doesn’t trust anyone else to tell her story, so she will work alone on the project.

“If you guys would join my YouTube channel that would be great because I feel like my voice needs to be heard,” she said. “And I feel like the only way I can get it right and right is to make an effort to make sure I’m doing it right.”

“And I only trust myself, so. I really don’t want to hire other people involved in this,” she added. “It’s getting interesting.”

Evans appeared on Teen Mom from 2010 to 2019. She was fired from MTV after her husband, David Eason, shot and killed their French bulldog, Nugget. Eason had been fired from Teen Mom the year before for writing homophobic and racist comments on social media.


Evans will release new information

Evans will shed light on things like never before. She teased that the YouTube series will reveal “new information” that was never released.

“Nobody really knows anything about, you know, my childhood or how I grew up,” she said. “The things that I’ve been through and witnessed and it’s going to be pretty hard to hear and it’s going to be pretty hard for me to honestly share with you all, I’m scared.”

Though Evans is worried about getting the series published, she believes social media users can connect with her story. She also thinks it will explain some of the behaviors she’s exhibited about Teen Mom.

But I think people can relate to that, and I think it needs to shed some light on how I behaved as a teenager and what I was exposed to as an adolescent. That’s all I’m going to say now.


Evans doesn’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings

Evans said sharing her childhood with the world could influence other people.

“The only reason I’m really afraid to share my childhood is because I hurt other people’s feelings,” she said.

But she doesn’t let that stop her. “I just have to tell my reality and what really happened,” she said. “I’ll be honest. What happened really happened and you can’t undo it now.”

The day before Evans said she was starting a new YouTube series, she fought with Eason online. She asked why he “blocked” her number, claiming he cares more about Facebook than she does.

Evans didn’t address the drama with Eason.

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