This is a very sad day for Little People, Big World fans across the globe.
For years, we've been fans of this reality series because there's not much drama.
There hasn't been any back-stabbing or any shade hurled at any family members.
There's really just been an up close and personal look at a bunch of loved ones who really seem to get along.
But then Amy Roloff released her memoir and everything changed.
In multiple sections, the matriarch trashed her ex-husband, Matt, accusing of being a cheater and being a bully.
What did she say, exactly? And how has Matt responded? Scroll down to find out!
How Did This Start?
Amy has released a memoir titled "A Little Me."
She Goes After Matt Very Hard in One Chapter
For starters, she straight up said that Matt cheated on her with Caryn Chandler, although she stops short of saying Matt actually slept with his current girlfriend back when he was married.
What Did She Write?
In her book, she says that Matt started “spending more and more time at the tavern he often frequented in the evenings after filming and working on the farm."
She Then Points a Rather Direct Finger
Amy never references Chandler by name, but she goes on to say the “farm manager” was “around more and more often."
Did Matt Sleep Around Behind Amy's Back?
She doesn't go that far, but she does add: “It dawned on me. Matt and our farm manager, who had been working for us a number of years by then, seemed to have more than just a working relationship or friendship."
There Was Some Alleged Misbehavior
“I saw messages, pictures, and other things that should not have been shared between people who just worked together and were still married to other people. I was devastated," adds Amy.
Other Similar Accusations
"I think when you start looking before you’re separated in marriage, that is hard,” Amy also recently said in a video a few weeks ago alongside her friend Lisa Dixon, making a similar infidelity accusation.
“When you become involved or much more than just a friend, but you become more in a relationship than just say ‘Hey, hi friend, lets go out for coffees’ type of thing, I think that can be hard on the other person as well. And I think that’s what happened in my case.”
Amy Also Attacked Matt's Treatment of her
“Many discussions I had with Matt eventually made me feel less than,” Amy penned elsewhere about her 27-year union in her memoir. “He may not have meant or realized how his words, businesslike attitude, and lack of compassion affected our relationship and me. But they did."
Explained Amy in More Detail:
“His words stayed in my mind and played with my emotions, and I sometimes became intimidated by Matt with his strong and domineering personality. I just didn’t get the support and encouragement.”
Amy Has Said This Before
"Matt has a strong personality, and one that I've adapted over the years we were together," Amy said on a Little People, Big World episode this season, echoing what she writes in her book and saying she had learned in the years since their divorce to take the following tact: "Stand your ground and don't let life push you around, including Matt."
What Does Matt Have to Say About All This?
“@carynchandler1 and [I] sitting here amazed at the simple beautiful moon lingering brightly over the farm as if to say ‘Keep taking the high road. It’s the only one that matters!'” he wrote as an Instagram caption over the weekend.
Yes, the High Road
That's a pretty great response, right? He's acknowledging what Amy has said, in a vague sense, but basically saying he's better than his ex and is choosing to rise above her.
Fans Didn't Totally Agree, Though
“Announcing that you’re taking the high road is NOT taking the high road," wrote one user, while another added: "It’s tasteless and hurtful to be making comments about your children’s mother. Seriously — your kids will resent you.”
What Happened to All That Respect?
"We like to say: There's no Team Matt and no Team Amy," Matt said, sitting alongside his ex-wife, in an interview in early May. "It's Team Roloff."
What a Different Tune, Right?
"We have our own enterprises, but we also have things that we do together," he added. "We still drive each other crazy. But then we respect each other as well."
Said Amy in This Same Interview:
"Regardless of what's happened between us, it's still, to me, about family."
Where Will Things Go From Here?
We really have no idea, but TLC must be psyched by this dramatic development.
The New Season Suddenly Has Some Suspenseful Fodder
Please announce a premiere date, TLC! New episodes can't arrive soon enough!