Teen Mom Briana DeJesus reveals if she's returning to MTV show after nemesis Kailyn Lowry announces she QUIT series
TEEN Mom Briana DeJesus has hinted at her future with MTV amid her ongoing feud with her co-star Kailyn Lowry.
Kailyn recently admitted her time on the show has "run its course," and she will not be returning next season.
Her nemesis, Briana, teased whether she'll be exiting the franchise by sharing a video on her Instagram Stories.
The brief clip showed a close-up shot of a camera before the Teen Mom 2 star zoomed out to capture other equipment and a cameraperson on set.
She included several eye emojis and the hashtag #teenmom, indicating that she is currently filming the following season.
Days earlier, the TV star shared a behind-the-scenes look by posting a clipboard held by a production member.
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Briana's fate on the series was unknown as her messy beef with Kailyn continued, and her castmate announced her departure after 11 years on the show.
While speaking to Perez Hilton on her podcast Barely Famous, Kailyn revealed: "Teen Mom, you know the ratings are really dropping for us…I feel like there does come a time where it’s run its course, and I think that goes for every reality show."
She then clarified that she has no interest in filming further seasons.
"I don’t think so,” said the 30-year-old.
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"Right now, the way I look at it, I just don’t want to.”
She also revealed that she didn't feel that she was offered enough money to film further episodes, which was "part of" her reason for leaving.
Kailyn told Perez that the earnings she makes from her three podcasts combined are more significant than the salary she gets as a Teen Mom star.
She also expressed her desire to start a spin-off series.
The mom-of-four has also been dealing with a lawsuit that she filed against Briana over "false" comments the Florida native made about her physically abusing her ex Chris Lopez.
According to documents obtained by The Sun, the case was dismissed in favor of Briana, as the judge found Kailyn's claims to be unfounded.
The judge who dismissed the case sided with Briana, saying that Kailyn was required to give Briana notice that she was filing the lawsuit.
She did not comply, however.
Regarding Briana's online comments, the court official said: "The written posts cannot be considered defamatory because, as a matter of law, it contained protected speech regarding opinion or was factually accurate."
The judge went on: "It was widely publicized that Lowry had been arrested for domestic violence, and Soto's comments on the issue were substantially true.
"The damage to Lowry's reputation, if any, had already occurred when the incident was publicized by news media."
Not long after her win, Briana trolled Kailyn online, ordering her several "gifts" to celebrate.
In a series of Instagram Stories, the 27-year-old revealed she went on an Amazon shopping spree, buying a full-size clown costume, clown makeup, and a hand mirror.
The items weren't for her; however, she said she is sending them Kailyn's way in the posts.
Briana included a few choice phrases in the "gift message" section of the order slip.
"F**king clown!" she exclaimed in one slip, adding: "Alexa, play B***h Better Have My Money!"
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In the third order, she finalized her message: "Enjoy your gift my love."
According to Celebuzz, Briana also plans to sue Kailyn for the legal fees she's accrued due to the lawsuit, a total of $120,096.87.
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