Amber Portwood recently offered some tough love advice for fellow troubled Teen Mom star Jenelle Evans, and the latter didn't take too kindly to it.
“Amber Portwood ... I never judged u or said one negative thing since u have been out of jail ... Why start with me? Can’t be happy I suppose,” Evans hit back.
“I love how I look towards more of the positive side of things, yet ex teen moms want to try to bring me down. It’s sad, focus on yourself,” she lamented.
Jenelle, who is pregnant with her second child, this time by Nathan Griffith, believes she's got it together these days ... way more than Farrah Abraham in fact.
Yet given that we're still talking about Jenelle, the consensus is that she's still an emotional basket case and a loose cannon with a tenuous grip on reality.
As such, Portwood blasted Evans’ alleged drug use during her pregnancy and believed she could benefit from being locked up, just like she was.
“As scary as it seems, it would change her life for the better,” Amber said.
Jenelle Evans "hasn’t hit rock bottom yet," Portwood conceded, but at the same time, "if her rock bottom is lower than mine, that makes me scared for her.”
“[Jenelle] went down the exact same path I did: unplanned pregnancy, addiction and bad relationships, having custody taken away,” Amber said.
“But it’s never too late for Jenelle to turn her life around.”
She also called Evans “irresponsible and immature.”
“You have one child you need to think about before you have another,” Portwood said, noting that Evans doesn’t have custody of her first son, Jace.
The feud continued over social media, as Evans called out her former co-star, who served 17 months in jail after failing to comply with her drug program.
That program was part of her probation following Amber's infamous arrest for domestic battery against Gary Shirley, the father of her daughter, Leah.
Clearly neither are in a great position to talk, but Portwood has done TIME and come out clean, while admitting all the ways she ruined her own life.
It appears that it's coming from that place that she gives advice to Jenelle - even if Evans doesn't want to hear it - not a place of denial or moral superiority.
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