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Kailyn Lowry, Chelsea Houska and Leah Messer call a meeting with executive producer Morgan J. Freeman and threaten to leave if their concerns are not addressed.

Monday's "Teen Mom 2" reunion was more explosive than ever as fans got to see some never-before-seen footage of some of their favorites threatening to quit the MTV franchise.

In the shocking scene, Kailyn Lowry, Chelsea Houska and Leah Messer called a meeting with executive producer Morgan J. Freeman and threatened to leave the show if their concerns over fellow Teen Moms Jenelle Evans and Briana DeJesus were not addressed.

"I know what was happening in the hallway was not OK, that's not what we're doing, it wasn't expected," Morgan said, referring to a scuffle that had happened the night before.

"Briana flipped out on [Leah] last night, making her cry and stuff," Kailyn said. "This is not OK. None of this would be happening if it wasn't for her or Jenelle."

Chelsea added she and the girls have "never felt like this before."

"It's not even just Jenelle, though," Kailyn said. "Like, I'm not gonna sit on stage with Briana. What happened last night and today is unacceptable on all levels. I don't want to be a part of it. The culprit of this is Jenelle and Briana, so what do we do about Jenelle and Briana so that we don't feel like we have to walk away from the show?"

As fans of the show know, Kailyn and Briana have experienced some friction over Javi Marroquin. As for Jenelle, the former addict has been considered a bit of an outsider among the group for several seasons.

"This just keeps happening 'cause nothing happens," Chelsea said, referencing that the issue has been brought to the attention of MTV execs in the past.

"'Cause we don't do anything and we don't stick to our word and nothing gets done," Kailyn added, looking straight at Morgan. "If all three of us ban together and we're done, then what?"

Teen Mom 2 airs Mondays at 9 p.m. on MTV.

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