Mackenzie McKee may not be one of the household names of the Teen Mom franchise, but she still has quite a following on social media.
And like the rest of her former colleagues, she sometimes says the wrong thing, resulting in major backlash from that massive following.
Earlier this week, McKee shared what she thought was an amusing anecdote about a disastrous day of running errands with her three children.
Unfortunately for Mackenzie, her followers weren't terribly amused by accounts of her kids murdering small animals and defecating in public.
Mackenzie didn't take the criticism lightly and she responded in a way that left some fans deeply concerned.
Take a look:
Return of the Mack
You may have forgotten about Mackenzie, but the former Teen Mom 3 star is officially back to making headlines -- just probably not in the manner she had hoped.
Mackenzie had three kids with husband Josh McKee, and judging by her latest Facebook post, it seems it all gets to be bit much for her sometimes.
McKee shared a lengthy Facebook post in which she revealed that she basically allowed her kids to run wild while running errands -- and the results were predictably disastrous.
What Was She Thinking?
"Pet land: if that poor ferret died because Broncs and Gannon we're pulling at it from each end fighting over it. Sorry, however, they really are not worth $200 though," McKee wrote, much to the chagrin of both animal lovers and grammar enthusiasts.
Mackenzie also apologized to a young couple that had "noodles thrown in their hair" at a Japanese steakhouse.
Wait ... What?
Side note: Who in the hell takes toddlers to a Japanese steakhouse?
From there, Mackenzie apologized to the folks at Best Buy because her "son crapped up his back and rubbed it up against one of your nicely displayed fridges.
Next, Mackenzie apologized to Sephora because one of her sons "ruined 3 Kylie Jenner lip sticks." McKee says she "had to run" to avoid paying for the damage,
Better If We Don't Know
Mackenzie didn't bother apologizing to the employees at Orange Leaf, instead joking that they "had a mess to clean up."
Obviously, her kids tearing a ferret in half is the worst part, but the whole thing is ... not great.
A Disturbing History
As many fans have pointed out, Mackenzie has a history of allowing her children to abuse small animals.
Ya Know, You Can Keep SOME Things to Yourself
She once famously posted a Snapchat in which her son can be seen violently playing with the corpse of a dead puppy.
McKee obviously deserved some criticism for her post, but as is so often the case with this sort of thing, the backlash quickly went too far.
"I'm sorry. I can't handle anymore. Today was my breaking point. I've done my best," she wrote in a now-deleted tweet.
"And with everyone telling me I should just kill myself, maybe you're right," Mackenzie added.
Clearing the Air
Fortunately, Mackenzie has since spoken with Radar Online and revealed that she is not actually suicidal.
The Worst Is Over
"I'm okay," the reality star told Radar Online. "People can only tell me to kill myself so many times before I break."
"It is blowing my mind that people are doing that. It was like not even one second, my son tried to grab it, I ran across and took it away and gently put it back into the basket," Mackenzie said of the ferret incident.
A Bit Harsh
"And now I'm getting told to kill myself," she added "I'm getting told I shouldn't be a mom."
Putting Her Foot Down
"You cannot cyber bully people to the extent that I have been cyber bullied today," Mackenzie added.
Never Saw It Coming
"I don't think that I'm a bad parent. I don't think my kids are bad. I've never even knew such nasty things could be said about someone," she continued.
Obviously, Mackenzie didn't deserve the sort of abuse that she received, but if there's a silver lining to this situation, it may be that she came away with a valuable lesson about what should and should not be posted on social media.