For months now, Jenelle Evans has been at war with animal rights activists.
The point of contention, of course, is that Jenelle allowed David Eason to shoot and kill her 11-pound French bulldog with a shotgun after determining that the animal prosed such a threat to the health and safety of his family that simply could not be permitted to live.
What a guy.
Jenelle has made every attempt to sweep the incident under the carpet, but fortunately, she's still being held accountable by people who still care about the violent death of poor Nugget, and who feel she's evaded justice far too many times.
Over the weekend, the situation got even uglier, as Evans violated the law and the rules of common decency as she went on the attack against a woman who's fighting for what's right.
Take a look:
Justice For Nugget
Back in April, life changed abruptly for Jenelle and her family, when David shot and killed Nugget during one of his infamous tantrums.
Evans chose to stand by David after he shot her dog and traumatized her children, and the decision very nearly cost her everything.
The incident led MTV to fire Jenelle from Teen Mom 2, and it prompted a CPS investigation that cost her custody of her children.
Road to Redemption?
Evans has since regained custody of most of her kids, but clearly, she still feels that she shouldn't be forced to get a real job.
Good Luck With That
That's how we wound up with JE Cosmetics, the makeup line that Evans has been promising for years, and that's finally received a launch date now that Jenelle is desperate for cash.
Of course, Evans remains one of the most widely-disliked reality stars in the history of the genre, which means she hasn't exactly built the most marketable brand for herself.
Rolling out Jenelle's makeup line is sure to be a nightmare for all involved, and the problems have started already. Over the weekend, the venue that was scheduled to host her launch party canceled amid widespread protest.
Evans reacted to the news with some "you can't fire me, I quit!" nonsense, in which she claims that she was the one to cancel the event. Sure, Jenelle.
Not the Brightest Bulb
This time around, Evans' explanation is so absurd that even her most devoted fans (yes, she still has some) are having a hard time buying it.
But despite her claim that all is well and everything is going according to plan, Jenelle spent the rest of the weekend launching one tirade after another against the people she feels are responsible for her canceled event. And one woman, in particular, received the brunt of her wrath.
This is Cincinnati resident Christy Clark, an animal rights activist, who -- like so many others -- was shocked not only the murder of Nugget, but by the continuing reports of animal abuse and neglect on Jenelle and David's "homestead."
Activism In Action
When Jenelle failed to keep up on the payments for her company's website, Christy spearheaded an initiative to purchase the URL and turn it into a site that serves rescue pets and shelters. Hilariously, the link remains active on Jenelle's personal website.
But despite the fact that Evans has no one but herself to blame for her current predicament, she took to Instagram on Sunday to "dox" Clark and encourage her millions of followers to go on the attack.
Giving It Her All
Evans informed her followers that money raised by Christy's organization does not go toward helping rescue animals ... but then she offered exactly zero evidence to support this claim.
Firing In All Directions
Then, she started doxxing random people named Christy Clark and accusing her nemesis of operating Reddit pages that she has no connection to.
Fortunately, the real Christy took to Twitter and pointed out the many, many flaws in Evans' argument.
Only Jenelle Can Fail This Hard
It seems that Jenelle instructed her followers to attack EVERYONE named Christy Clark. Apparently, it never occurred to her that multiple people can have the same name.
A Criminal Matter?
The question now is, do the many Christy Clarks that Jenelle harassed this weekend have grounds to file criminal charges?
The Wheels of Justice
Clark has filed a police report, and she tells The Hollywood Gossip that she's also consulting with a lawyer and considering the possibility of filing a civil suit against Jenelle.
Back In Court
The whole incident reminds us of why Jenelle spends so much time in court -- she always makes the worst decision possible in any given scenario, and she can't be reasoned with, as she's not a reasonable person.
In Rare Form
Of course, it wasn't just Christy who attracted the wrath of Evans' this weekend. Many others were quick to point out her long history of abuse and were met with increasingly nonsensical counterarguments.
What's Really Behind This?
It begged the question -- does Jenelle have a strategy here, or is she just lashing out in every direction, like a toddler with a smartphone?
Just Kidding ...
That's a rhetorical question, of course. It's obviously the latter.
So Many Questions, So Little Time
Perhaps the real mystery in all of this is why Jenelle is launching a makeup line in the first place.
No, Really ...
As many fans have pointed out, she doesn't seem to have any knowledge of cosmetics or even any interest in the beauty industry.
But we guess when you and your husband are both unemployed and the legal bills are piling up, any business venture sounds like a good one!