Read Teen Mom Star Gary Shirley's Angry Tweets To His Ex-Girlfriend

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Dec. 3 2013, Published 1:49 p.m. ET

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We've seen many a' Twitter feuds between the stars of Teen Mom over the years, but the latest one started by Gary Shirley might be the most scandalous one yet. Except, does it count as a Twitter feud when really only one side is doing the tweeting?

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Gary word-vomitted a series of tweets over the weekend about his now ex-girlfriend, Kristina, saying things like "Give a girl a promise ring after 9 months of dating, find out she’s in a relationship w someone else after she said she broke up with them f**k!. Lol the sad thing is I believed everything she said haha d**n! Told her she should act!”

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Gary also added that his daughter with Amber Portwood, Leah, "really liked her that’s what tears me apart!" Gary has since deleted all the tweets, so don't bother looking for them, and he's deleted pretty much all mentions of Kristina on his social media pages in general. Well, except for this gem:

Amber Portwood

So could Gary's breakup mean he's getting back together with Amber? According to, Gary said "that ship sailed!" Ouch.

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Do you think Gary was too TMI with his business on Twitter? Which other celeb Twitter feud does this one remind you of? Tweet us @OKMagazine or leave a note on our Teen Mom Facebook page.


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