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Teen mother Jenelle Evans allegedly tried to ‘scam’ fans with gifts after star’s clothing line failed

TEEN Mom Jenelle Evans has been accused of trying to “scam” fans with a new holiday gift as she showed off various items they could win.

This comes just weeks after the mother-of-three broke down in tears as she went to get her boots.

Teen Mom 2 alum Jenelle Evans poses with different products and claims fans have a chance to win them

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Teen Mom 2 alum Jenelle Evans poses with various products and claims fans have a chance to win themCredit: Instagram
However, people quickly accused the former reality star of trying to'scam' fans

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However, people quickly accused the former reality star of trying to ‘scam’ fansCredit: Instagram

The movie begins when Jenelle, 29 years old, joins Instagram to pose next to a variety of products including bicycles, backpacks, and even donut pillows.

She captioned it: “BIG GIVEAWAY. WITH $4000!!150 Winners!!1 Winner Get a prepaid visa card for $500 149 Winners receive over $4000 worth of products and gift cards .”

Jenelle, who wears jeans and a red shirt for a split second, then proceeds to share the rules for participating.

However, not everyone was on board as the fans were Reddit to react quite harshly.

One wrote: “I hate these scams and feel sorry for the bozos who think they’re winning anything from Jenelle…”

Another added: “everything looks so cheap”, while one user agreed and added, “sticky”.

One commenter said: “Literally, who wants her to endorse their product?”

By Jenelle new joint venture came just a month after her upcoming clothing line was dropped when she made the announcement while sobbing on TikTok.

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She captioned the clip, “Crying all morning… Sorry to give everyone hope but SewSew You abandoned me because of haters.”

The ex-star of Teen Mom 2 will be brought later on YouTube to share a nearly eight-minute video titled “Who Canceled Me?”

In the clip, Jenelle admits she was “cried for the past two days,” and then explained the situation in her own words.

‘CAMPAIGN HATE’

She went on to claim that there was a “hate campaign” against her and revealed that “haters” had contacted fashion agency SewSew You and shared negative articles in the past. about the former TV star.

“They come back and say, ‘no,’ we don’t work with you,” Jenelle claims the company told her after learning about her past.

She added: “Short story they say they don’t have the capacity to handle all these hate emails.”

Soon after, Jenelle was criticized by fans for trying another business venture on the Patreon website.

The platform invites users to access the account holder’s photos and videos for a fee.

Despite all the setbacks, the MTV alum announced in October that she “make the most money f ** king“of anyone in her family.

Jenelle shares 4-year-old daughter Ensley with her husband, David Eason, as well as sons Jace, 12, and Kaiser, seven, from two different relationships.

Jenelle advertises everything from bicycles to donut pillows

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Jenelle advertises everything from bicycles to donut pillowsCredit: Instagram
This happened after Jenelle's clothesline was given to the boot

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This happened after Jenelle’s clothesline was given to the bootCredit: Jenelle Evans / Instagram
She insists it was due to a'hate campaign'

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She insists it was due to a ‘hate campaign’Credit: Instagram / Jenelle Evans
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Huynh Nguyen

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