Catelynn and Tyler are supposedly preparing for college. The MTV timeline is confusing. Does the semester start, like, the next day? Hasn’t it been at least a week or two since Tyler pushed Catelynn to enroll because she was running out of time? This will be Catelynn’s first semester and Tyler’s second semester. Catelynn wants to be an adoption counselor and Tyler wants to be a youth counselor. Blah, blah, blah. We’ve heard all of this before.
Like always, Catelynn is thinking too far ahead and not worrying about the right now. Catelynn hopes to someday work with their own adoption counselor Dawn. Catelynn call Dawn to tell her the good news. Dawn thinks it’s a great idea, but kindly reminds Catelynn she needs to start with school.
This has been an eventful week for Farrah Abraham – she released a song that’s destined to be a Grammy contender for least decipherable lyrics, she announced that her memoir comes out next week (paging the NY Times Best Seller list), and she was accused of abusing Adderall and Xanax. All in the days life of a an adult who wants to act like aTeen Mom, I s’pose.
Well, of course Farrah is denying the accusation that she has a little problem with drugs. “These are ridiculous, untrue claims,” Farrah insists. The claims in question were made by Austin Mathouser, a teen mom herself, who won a contest to celebrate Farrah’s 21st birthday with her.
According to Farrah, Austin is just another famewhore looking for a chance at her 15 minutes. “It’s very sad that another mother would make up such stories, especially when I invited her out and treated her like a friend. In return, she was fake and wanted to make money off of hanging out with me,” Farrah fumes.
Tyler’s mom Kim urges Tyler to go to Butch’s arraignment. Kim, Tyler’s sister, Tyler, and Catelynn are eating lunch, talking about Butch. Tyler and Catelynn are done with Butch. There are a lot of feelings flying around the table. Kim finally just says, “No one is a perfect parent.”
With Teen Mom in it’s final season it is clear that some of the stars are scrambling to be relevant outside of the trainwreck TV show that made them a household name. Farrah Abraham has had a rocky relationship with her parents and her questionable decisions have kept viewers wondering for seasons.
Farrah claims she was at rock bottom following the birth of Sophia and the death of Sophia’s father Derek Underwood. All the stress and heartache had the reality star feeling suicidal, but now she has found music and all that changed!
In a new interview with In Touch Weekly, Farrah claims her life has turned around and she has just wrapped her debut album. Farrah’s first single from the new album, “Finally Getting up From Rock Bottom,” is about finding her happy. “I’m happy again, and this is my song for finding happiness,” Farrah shares.
Earlier this week,Jenelle Evans and Gary Head appeared in court to face the mess of charges they racked up following a weekend of partying in June. Gary Head was charged with assault on a female, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of a controlled substance. Teen Mom‘s Jenelle Evans was charged with simple assault, possession of less than one-half ounce of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance.
Jenelle brought old but new again boyfriend Kieffer Delp and Gary brought new girlfriend Claudia. Why not! They’re all adults, right? Keep reading…
Well, Butch is back in jail. April breaks the news to Tyler. April calls, she barely says one word, and Tyler does one of his overreactions. Sometimes, I feel like Tyler is merely playing a character that he thinks we think is cute and edearing. Anyway, according to April, Butch came by her place, looking like he was on something (you don’t say?!), and he freaked out on her. April tells Tyler she’s all brused up. Tyler texts Catelynn while she’s at work to let her know.
Catelynn visits April. April says she and Butch were just hanging out and drinking beers. Then, April’s friend called her, Butch assumed April was talking to Nick’s dad, and “one thing led to another” – April shows Catelynn the bruises on her arm and the hole from Butch smashing April’s head into the bathroom wall. The toilet is also broken. April claims Butch held a rolled up towel against her neck. April knows they shouldn’t have been together but… you know, you know. She says “you know” repeatedly. Catelynn tells April their relationship is toxic because they enable each other. April says, “But… I love him.” Then she says she hates him and starts crying.
Tyler and Catelynn are hanging with two friends, Drew and Starr. Starr is an odd one, offering her “taco” and “hot sauce” to the dog. Tyler lets them know Butch had to leave the trailer park. The park had the audacity to accuse him of drinking beer. Butch was like, “Oh, no! I will not have them saying I drink beer. I told them, my drug of choice is cocaine.” It’s quite shocking, actually, that they didn’t make an exception on the spot. Hell, they should have made him trailer park monitor with those credentials. So, Butch is on the loose in Detroit, and Tyler and Catelynn have been relieved of their babysitting duties. Tyler is just hoping for the best for his Pop at this point. This is the closest Butch has come to not being on parole in twenty years.