Audrey Roloff finds herself smack dab in the middle of a brand new scandal.
The former Little People, Big World star often finds herself at the center of some serious drama — from promoting random products on social media… to getting slammed for her pompous attitude… to going after her in-laws for treating her unfairly.
This time around, however?
Audrey finds herself smack dab in the center of a drama that maybe shouldn’t be so serious.
Roloff, you see, turned 31 years old last week.
She and her husband, Jeremy, celebrated the occasion by hosting a party at their new home.
Based on Audrey’s own phrasing via Instagram, it was a “Redneck” themed gathering, which may sound offensive to some observers.
But it wasn’t this theme that angered many of Audrey’s followers — it was the photos above and below; specifically, what was found dangling from the mouths of Audrey and Jeremy in these photos.
“Does he really smoke? I didn’t think y’all smoked,” one critic wrote in response to these snapshots, prompting a pretty simply reply from Audrey:
“I really hope y’all know us well enough know the answer to this.”
Considering Audrey sells herself as someone who almost only uses organic items?
And considering Audrey and Jeremy have three little kids at home and are well aware of the dangers of secondhand smoke?
Yes. We think we do know the answer to this.
“All cigarettes were props to fit our costumes,” Audrey later wrote over an all-black window, adding:
Earlier this summer, Audrey and Jeremy made headlines for not just buying a new home — but by buying their very own farm!
“After a two-year search spanning all over the state of Oregon… IT. IS. TIME. We bought a farm! And look what’s in our backyard.
“Yup, that’s our trestle,” wrote Audrey on June 12.
She then explained this reference…
“If you read our book (or even just looked at the cover lol) you know the significance that this train trestle has played in our love story and lives.
“It’s where Jer asked me to be his girlfriend, it’s where he asked me to marry him, it’s where we took the photo for the cover of our New York Times best-selling book, and it’s within walking distance of my parent’s property.
“We’ve got a lot of work to do to bring our vision to life, but Jer and I are excited to finally have some space to get our feet dirty (literally) and bring our dreams of using land into reality.”
Concluded Audrey at the time:
I’ll share more of the story behind how this came to be soon.
But for now, I just want to say thank you for being someone who has been following us on this journey for the last two years and offered encouragement and prayers as we have patiently pursued some land for our family.
The whole journey to now seems like one giant God-wink.