TEEN Mom Jenelle Evans has been accused of trying to ‘rip off’ fans with a new holiday giveaway as she shows off various items they could win.
It comes just weeks after the mother-of-three burst into tears after her clothing line received the boot.
The drama began when Jenelle, 29, took Instagram pose alongside many products including bikes, backpacks and even a donut pillow.
She captioned: “GIVEAWAY. FOR $ 4,000 !! 150 winners !! 1 winner gets prepaid visa card with $ 500 149 Winners receive products and gift cards valued at over $ 4,000 . “
Jenelle, who wore jeans and a red top in the snaps, then shared the rules for entering.
However, not everyone was on board as fans took Reddit react quite harshly.
One of them wrote: “I hate these scams and I’m sorry for the bozos who think they are making something from Jenelle …”
Another added: “everything looks so cheap”, while one user agreed and added “sticky”.
One commentator replied, “Who would literally want her to endorse their products?”
Jenelle’s new venture comes just a month after her next clothing line was dropped as she sobbed on TikTok made the announcement.
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She captioned the clip, “I’ve been crying all morning … Sorry for letting everyone hope, but SewSew You let me down because of the enemies.”
The ex-star of Teen Mom 2 would take later Youtube to share a nearly 8-minute video titled “Who Canceled Me?” “
During the clip, Jenelle admitted that she had “been crying for two days,” then explained the situation in her own words.
She went on to say that there was a “hate campaign” against her and revealed that “enemies” had contacted fashion company SewSew You and shared negative articles about the former TV star.
“They came back and said ‘no’ we are not working with you,” said Jenelle, the company said after learning of its past.
She added: “Long story short, they said they didn’t have the capacity to handle all of these hate emails.”
Soon after, Jenelle was criticized by fans for attempting another business venture on the Patreon site.
The platform invites users to access photos and videos of account holders for a fee.
Despite all the setbacks, the former MTV claimed in October that she “made the most money” of any member of her family.
Jenelle shares daughter Ensley, 4, with husband David Eason, as well as sons Jace, 12, and Kaiser, seven, from two different relationships.
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