Teen Mom fans think Jenelle Evans looks 'high' in new TikTok video because she has 'bloodshot eyes'

TEEN Mom fans thought Jenelle Evans looked "high" in her new TikTok video she posted over the weekend, claiming she had "bloodshot eyes" and looked "strung out."

The former MTV star- who has admitted to smoking marijuana but no longer uses hard drugs-looked dazed in the video as she gazed at the camera.

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In the clip, the ex-reality star stared at the blue sky in the yard of her North Carolina home.

A fan posted the video to a Reddit group, pointing out that the star did not look like herself in the caption.

The follower posted: "Not even that filter can hide how high she looks, damn!"

The post prompted others to voice their concerns for the mom of three, claiming she looked "high as a kite."

Another poster wrote: "She's high on weed. Her eyes are bloodshot as heck and they're hardly open."

This is not the first time in recent days that the TV personality was accused of looking under the influence.

Earlier this month, Jenelle, 29, appeared to be tipsy as she gave a video review of various female deodorant brands.

In the short vid, the star hiccuped and started laughing in different moments. 

Jenelle said, "I can't finish," before she covered her mouth with her hand.

She confessed in the comments section: "Y'all I was lit…I drank a lot that day lol."

The song Feel the Groove by Queens Road and Fabian Graetz played during the TikTok vid. 

Jenelle wrote: "[my husband]David begged me to post this. It’s been in my drafts for a month."

A commentator said: "High!"

The ex TV star replied: "No just drunk lol."

The 16 and Pregnant alum recently continued her feud with ex co-stars Ryan and Mackenzie Edwards as she admitted to "doing drugs" while on MTV but claimed to "fix the problem," unlike Maci's ex, who has struggled with drugs for years and has been to rehab several times as well as facing multiple drug-related arrests.

The former Teen Mom 2 star previously ripped the couple as she backed the network's decision to ax them due to Ryan's decade-long struggle with substance abuse.

Jenelle took to her Instagram stories after fans deemed her "hypocritical" for slamming Ryan's drug abuse issue.

She began: "I have some of you messaging me saying, you have no room to talk, you were on drugs on TV.

"The difference between me and someone else is that I admitted it, I told everyone I was on drugs, I acknowledged the problem, and I fixed it to become a better person," she added, as she insinuated towards her beef with Ryan Edwards.

"Are they acknowledging the problem? No. Are they suggesting maybe that he should go to rehab? I probably don't think so."

She added: "It sickens me when there's [sic] outsiders that are 'support system' they don't call them out on their bullshit," she explained, referencing Ryan's wife Mackenzie.

"Looking back on everything, me being on drugs and on TV, I don't approve of that. It was too explicit for a young audience to watch," the reality star closed."

Jenelle has been in a social media battle with Ryan and Mackenzie since she applauded their release from MTV.

The mother of four told The Sun exclusively that she thinks the network made the right call on firing the couple.

She claimed: “I don't think it's healthy for teens to be watching other people on drugs, especially young teens who are watching Teen Mom.

“You can tell he is in and out of drugs a lot, no matter what Mackenzie says, and I just think it doesn't need to be aired.” 

Mackenzie, 24, was quick to clap back at her ex co-star, as she told The Ashley: "Doesn’t she have a dog to go rescue, or a podcast to be fired from, or a bad TikTok dance to re-create?”

The beef continued last night when Jenelle hopped on her stories to air an old conversation between her and Ryan's wife, as she claimed Mackenzie regularly "messages" her.

She said: "You talk a lot of s**t about me but then you follow me and you keep messaging me.

"I was super nice to you, gave you some promotional offers. You even asked me to take down a clickbait recently and guess what, I stopped clickbait for everyone.

"So you should be grateful that the only thing I said was that maybe your husband shouldn't be on drugs and that shouldn't be aired on TV for young people to see."

Ryan has an extensive history with drug abuse, and fan suspicions ran hot that he was high in the most recent season.

The father of two's legal trouble began in 2017 when he was issued a citation for simple possession of heroin. 

The TV star was caught slurring his words and nodding off to sleep on his way to get married to Mackenzie, and has had several stints in rehab over the last few years.


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