Are you ready to rumble? Because the cast of Teen Mom 2 is! From Kailyn Lowry and Javi Marroquin continuing to fight over his jealousy issues to Leah Messer and Jeremy Calvert battling over a messy trunk (that’s right, a trunk!), click through to find out why there was so much trouble in paradise on this week’s episode.
In the first corner, Chelsea moved forward with her lawyer’s suggestion to have her ex-boyfriend Adam Lind only see their daughter Aubree at a visitation center. The decision came after Chelsea found out that he was arrested for domestic stalking and that he takes Aubree with him without his parents’ supervision. “After he got arrested, I called his mom and said I don’t feel comfortable with her going alone with him at all,” she explained to her friend. “She was like, ‘these are all false accusations. He is not a monster.’”
When Adam found out about Chelsea's plan, he said it was “the stupidest thing” he’s ever heard, which is why he tried to get Aubree on his team! While out to lunch, he asked his daughter, “Would you like to stay at my house?” When she responded, “yes,” he said, “Soon, I promise, very soon.” He then asked, “You wouldn’t like it at a supervised center, where you couldn’t leave or have any fun?” When she said, “no,” he snubbed Chelsea by replying, “Well, you could ask your mother about that one.” Adam’s plan worked for the time being, as Aubree told her mom once home, “My dad promised me that I would go with him to go to a place, like to his house.”
On the other side of the ring, Kail and Javi continued to fight over his jealousy issues. When he saw that his wife followed another man on Instagram, he accused her of being sneaky and said “we’re done” before leaving to sleep in a hotel. When he returned hours later, he tried to reconcile with Kail. She responded, “It’s pointless for us to sit here and say, ‘lets try’ if that’s not what we want.” Kail even admitted that the reason she is “so sneaky” is because he is smothering her. “We can’t be miserable in the marriage for the kids,” she told him. “If we’re happier divorced then that’s what we need to do for our kids.”
Newly engaged couple Jenelle Evans and Nathan Griffith didn’t even make it off the plane from St. Thomas before they started to fight again! She explained to her friend that during their last night in St. Thomas, she got into a fight with Nathan’s brother’s girlfriend. “She’s yelling, ‘you don’t deserve your kids. You don’t deserve to get Jace back. You don’t deserve Kaiser.” Jenelle then trashed Nathan for not sticking up for her. When he heard his fiancée on the phone he fired, “Stop it! I told you stop disrespecting me.”
The fighting only continued for the couple throughout the episode, as Jenelle screamed at Nathan for making them late to her appointment with her lawyer over custody of Jace. When Nathan refused to go to the appointment because Jenelle tried to start a fight with him, she yelled, “Let’s just go. This is for my son." Nathan fired back, “Your son, yup, not my problem. We are done Jenelle. You’re a b—tch!” The fight even made Jenelle question getting custody of Jace because of their fighting. After they cooled off, they apologized for the blowout. “I seriously can’t do with the yelling anymore,” Nathan said. “If God did not grace her with a vagina between her legs I would knock you clear through this f—king wall.”
But the winners for the most explosive fight of the episode were Leah and Jeremy. Although cheating allegations and drug abuse rumors are to blame for their divorce, fans saw just how heated their fights were. While on their way to a cheerleading competition with Aleeah and Adalynn, Jeremy complained about the “amount of crap” in the couple’s trunk of their truck. “My God, if we have a wreck, the amount of sh—t that’s going to kill these kids in this car is phenomenal,” he said, as Leah snapped back, “Why would you even say such a goddamned thing? That’s f—king ridiculous.” As Jeremy continued to hound Leah to clean the trunk, she screamed, “Can you shut up? You don’t know what it’s like. You don’t know.” When he said that he would have a less chaotic time raising the girls alone, she ended the conversation with, “You know what, f—k you.”