Teen Mom OG has added Bristol Palin, and Bristol's family dysfunctions are obvious.
But apparently what viewers are seeing on camera is only the tip of the Alaskan iceberg.
A new report says that Bristol's family is clashing -- and Bristol's new TV role is at the center of their feud.
RadarOnline's inside source has revealed that Bristol Palin's family is being torn apart by her new role on Teen Mom OG.
Some within her divided family think that it's a "great opportunity."
After all, this way, Bristol gets exposure and a hefty source of income -- we know how sweet that Teen Mom money can be.
Not everyone is onboard with Bristol's newly revived reality TV career, however.
And apparently the biggest critic of her casting is her new brother-in-law, Ricky Bailey.
Ricky married Bristol's sister, Willow, just days ago in what was reportedly a sweet ceremony in Alaska.
Apparently her issue was over her brother, Track, being invited.
Not-so-fun fact: he ended up missing Willow's wedding himself because he was arrested for domestic violence yet again.
But Bristol skipping the wedding is only one factor in her current family troubles.
"Ricky is so against having cameras around," the insider reveals.
MTV's cameras followed Bristol for Willow's bachelorette weekend in Arizona, and it wasn't exactly Willow's dream come true.
"Willow didn’t approve of the cameras filming for her bachelorette weekend," the source says.
"But," the insider continues, she "ended up giving in to Bristol.”
“It was more of a favor," the source characterizes.
That favor ended up costing Willow.
"All of the conversations during Willow’s bachelorette weekend ended up being all about Bristol," the insider reports.
That is very natural when cameras are present.
It also just ... sucks for Willow.
"It was so sad for Willow," the source laments.
But there's more to the Palin family's concerns than intrusive cameras.
Apparently Track isn't the only family member who loses it sometimes.
"Bristol’s siblings believe she is totally crazy and really volatile," the insider says.
"Her family knows Bristol is trying to keep it together for the Teen Mom cameras," the source acknowledges.
However, they allegedly fear that it is "only a matter of time" before Bristol totally loses her composure while the cameras are rolling.
In the mean time, Bristol has been posting about a fresh start now that it is finally October.
Bristol took to Instagram to write that it is a "new month."
She said that this means that she has a "new slate."
(She probably means fresh slate or clean slate, but let's not get nitpicky)
Bristol may not see eye to eye with her family on everything. That's normal.
But we've all seen relationships and families fall apart at the seams while they appear on reality television. Will the Palins be next?