So Chelsea Houska is probably the most popular Teen Mom out of all the Teen Moms, right?
All the other moms have had their own scandals -- too many baby daddies, too many arrests, that sort of thing.
Even Maci Bookout, the favorite on Teen Mom OG, has been accused of having a drinking problem, and even of drinking while pregnant with her third child.
Chelsea, meanwhile, lives a quiet, simple life with her precious family and all her precious pets.
Looking back, the worst thing about her was her refusal to let go of her relationship with Adam Lind, but since she's married with a new baby with Cole DeBoer these days, it's probably safe to say her Adam-obsessed days are behind her.
(Also she's called him a sociopath and shades him on the show regularly, so there's that.)
Considering all of that, it's easy to see why Chelsea is the fan favorite, right?
But while it's understandable that people love her, this new issue that she's discussing on Twitter?
It's 100% inexcusable.
"I love you guys and appreciate the support and love u have for my fam," she tweeted over the weekend, "but pleease don't come to our home..it makes us really uncomfortable."
And if that's not scary enough, she added that "Unfortunately it's been happening enough lately where I just felt like I had to say something."
So people are finding out where Chelsea lives and actually visiting her house?
And not just a few people, but enough to make her feel compelled to make a statement like this?
No. No no no. Nope.
Despite being on a reality show, Chelsea is obviously a somewhat private person -- and even if she wasn't, that shouldn't give fans an invitation to drop by her home.
She's also at this weird level of fame where she's big enough that people know who she is and obviously want to reach out to her, but not big enough to have any kind of real security on a day-to-day basis.
Like, you know this sort of thing wouldn't fly with a Kardashian, but the Teen Mom girls are just out in South Dakota or Delaware or wherever, trying to live relatively normal lives while also starring on a huge reality show.
They don't live in wealthy gated communities, they don't really have the ability to keep their addresses unlisted anywhere.
To up the fear factor even more, Chelsea revealed this horrifying little tale ...
"When I was pregnant with Watson I had someone come to my door," she tweeted. "I answered thinking it was UPS or FedEx w a package."
"They proceeded to touch my pregnant belly and ask me personal questions about my life."
And it turns out that Chelsea isn't the only Teen Mom who has to deal with this kind of thing -- Kailyn Lowry responded to her original tweet, writing "Thank you for tweeting this!!!!! Agreed."
Catelynn Lowell also responded, saying "It has also happened to @TylerBaltierra and I and you are correct it feels so uncomfortable..."
So OK, listen up, fellow Teen Mom superfans.
We know these are some delightful shows. We've seen so much of these girls' lives, we've seen their ups and downs since they were 16 and Pregnant, and it does feel like we know them.
But we don't. At all. And to act otherwise, to show up to their homes like they owe you something is just not something that needs to be done.
Tone down the creepiness, reel yourself in, and just watch the show and stalk their social media accounts like the rest of us.
There's no need to be this sketchy.