'Teen Mom' Stars and Their Kids

She also wishes a certain "someone" wouldn't dominate her storyline.

Maci Bookout says what you see of her on "Teen Mom OG" is not representative of her real life.

The reality TV star called out MTV on Monday night after the latest episode of the show aired, accusing them of not "accurately" portraying her week to week ... and focusing on a certain "someone" else in her life instead of her own storyline.

"It'd be amazing if the chaotic, cute, real life, family/marriage stuff we film made it on the show," she tweeted. "Do I feel like my story is accurately portrayed on the show? Absolutely NOT."

"Do I wish they'd stop making something/someone my entire story on the show?" she added, "Absolutely YES! #TEENMOMOG."

Kailyn Lowry from "Teen Mom 2" -- who has had her own issues with MTV in the past -- replied saying, "I am with you 100%."

Though she didn't name them, Bookout was likely referring to ex Ryan Edwards and his wife Mackenzie returning to the show this season. Bentley's father came back this season, only to be immediately arrested following a rehab stint in the season premiere. Throughout the first episode, Maci was seen thinking over his request to meet with her so he could apologize for all he's put her through.

Both Ryan and Mackenzie filmed their own scenes in the premiere, with Mack and his parents getting airtime again this week as part of "Maci's" storyline. Last night, Ryan's wife was filmed talking about his string of arrests.

"What people don't realize is Ryan's been arrested three times and every time he's been arrested, I have been there," she said to a friend. "I have watched him get put into handcuffs three times. It was torture." She also talked about trying to visit him in jail with their son, Jagger.

Thankfully, Maci's own scenes didn't dwell on her ex, as she and husband Taylor McKinney were shown dealing with Maverick's stutter. They took the young boy to a speech pathologist, who assured them nothing was "abnormal" with their son, his "understanding is great" and they had nothing to worry about at this time.

"Teen Mom OG" airs Mondays on MTV.