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‘Teen Mom’ Feud Continues: Katie Yeager Insinuates Jenelle Evans’ Son Doesn’t Love Her?

The Teen Mom feud between Jenelle Evans and Katie Yeager has continued online on Friday.

As the Inquisitr previously reported, the Teen Mom 3 star called out her fellow Teen Mom on Thursday, one day after her fiancé’s arrest, slamming Evans for acting like a victim.

“It’s girls who play the victim that make us actual victims look like crazy liars, Yeager wrote, according to an Us Weekly report.

Although Yeager didn’t tag Evans in her tweet, or mention her by name at all, Evans quickly got word of the alleged diss, and a Teen Mom feud ensued.

Hours after the message was posted, Evans responded with the following tweet.

Further continuing the Teen Mom feud, Evans shared a couple more tweets, one of which included a fan’s message, that read, “Funny thing is who is katie?? Teen mom who couldn’t make it pass second season lls.”

Three hours later, the Teen Mom feud got yet another reboot, with a second tweet from Yeager, in which the former reality star insinuated that Evans’ son didn’t love her.

As fans of Teen Mom 2 have seen, Evans, who recently welcomed son Kaiser, does not have custody of her 5-year-old son, Jace. Instead, her mother, Barbara Evans, is the child’s primary caretaker and continues to raise the child.

In a third Teen Mom feud tweet, which was sent without Evans’ tag, Yeager spotlighted the reality star’s failure to parent her oldest child.

“I might not be ‘relevant’ in your sense of the word but I’m relevant enough that my child knows I’m putting her to bed every night.”

As Us Weekly reported yesterday, Evans was scheduled to appear in court to regain custody of Jace on Wednesday, but didn’t appear. For weeks, the reality star has claimed to want more time with her son, but when it came time to take the necessary steps, she failed to show up.

Evans will return to MTV later this year for Teen Mom 2 Season 6. No word yet on whether or not her Teen Mom feud will be seen.

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