Over an hour long period yesterday, she accused the show of only focusing on some of the more negative and/or salacious aspects in her life instead of her accomplishments or moments of joy. In the thread, she also said MTV played up the drama between her and her exes and wanted to focus on her doing a nude photoshoot for this season's finale.
"Kiss my ass. All the shit I've been through and been doing and taking my kids on spring break, building house or party..... trip with [costar Leah Messer] isn't good enough for my finale???" she asked. "I'm only valued for getting f--king naked??????"
A couple hours after the vented her frustrations, she added, "I said what I said" and wrote, "Everybody just wants to feel loved."
See her full thread below:
Y'all wana talk about filming and shit cause I'm so mad I could spill some tea
"This show keeps giving me a bad rap, so I want some f--king respect, dude. I want some f--king respect," she said. "Even if I'm never on TV again, that's fine, I have other shit I'm working on, so I'm fine with that. Once you push me away, everyone should know, I don't trust you again."
"I feel like they never believe me and everything I say to them is a lie and everything they read online, that's what they believe," Evans added. "And they don't know anything about me, they don't know what I do, how I act, they don't even know my favorite food anymore, they don't know what's going on with me mentally, physically, my health issues, unless I share it, unless I open my mouth."
"I don't feel like I get my truth out and I feel like what people see on this show, they're obviously going to think a certain way about me and it hurts me to my core when I have to deal with stuff from my past today," she said at the time. "I'd like to think I'm a strong f--king person, I'm balling my eyes out because people can't comprehend what depression is or why I stayed away from Leah when I was in such a bad part. If you can't comprehend that, that's not my problem, but it hurts. You're bullying me."
"The way that I'm looking on this show is not who I am, it's not me," she added. Portwood also claimed she wasn't given as much time as Catelynn Lowell to seek treatment for her mental health.