"Teen Mom 2" stars Kailyn Lowry and Chelsea Houska have some big complaints about being on their MTV Reality TV series. Chelsea, who just gave birth to her second child, a son, Watson Cole DeBoer, and Kailyn, who is currently expecting her third child, are blasting the network for editing the shows in a misleading manner. Of course, this isn't the first time that stars of the series have complained about the editing. Leah Messer, Jenelle Evans, Jeremy Calvert, and others have all revealed that the editing on the show can sometimes twist words and situations.

Houska and Lowry speak out

According to OK! Magazine, Chelsea Houska and Kailyn Lowry both took to their social media accounts during the most recent episode of "Teen Mom 2," to clarify a couple of situations that they felt weren't being conveyed properly. Chelsea, who had a tense conversation with her mother, Mary, in one scene, says that while she was obviously "crabby" with her mom, what MTV didn't show was the fact that Mary continued to talk to Chelsea's daughter Aubree's father, Adam Lind, and step-dad, Cole DeBoer in an uncomfortable way. "I just felt like she was pushing the "new dad" stuff and Aubs was uncomfortable," Houska tweeted.

MTV causing more 'TM2' drama?

Kailyn Lowry added that "Teen Mom 2" also left out the fact that her son, Lincoln, was headed to another country during one scene when her oldest son, Isaac, whose father is Jo Rivera, was seen crying about Lincoln leaving with his father, Javi Marroquin.

Kail told Isaac that Lincoln would be back soon, but Isaac sadly revealed that he didn't want his little brother to go at all. However, Lowry says that the situation is behind she and Javi now. "Neither me or Javi [Marroquin] are bad people... however there is A LOT left out. Glad that's behind us," she told fans via Twitter.

What do you think about the "Teen Mom 2" stars complaining about MTV's editing techniques? Do you think the network is trying to make the show look more dramatic than it really is?