Jenelle Evans has spoken out about the recent suicide of her longtime nemesis, Stevie Ryan. According to a new report by Radar Online on July 3, Ryan, who once starred on the comedy sketch series "Stevie TV," committed suicide by hanging herself on July 1 at her Los Angeles home.

As the outlet reported, Jenelle Evans and Stevie Ryan often feuded on Twitter and at times, the father of Evans' middle son, Nathan Griffith, was involved. Farrah Abraham's boyfriend, Simon Saran, was also once involved in a back-and-forth social media encounter with the comedienne.

The Los Angeles Coroner’s Office confirmed Stevie Ryan's suicide over the weekend and has since closed their case into her death. Ryan had moved to Los Angeles at the age of 19 and became famous with her viral videos online, which included parodies of Lady Gaga, Amy Winehouse, and Justin Bieber.

Stevie Ryan shared a post on social media one day prior to her suicide

Just one day before she was found dead, the comedienne posted a photo of her late grandfather on Twitter. In the caption of the photo, she told her fans and followers that the "man of my dreams will now only be in my dreams."

Ryan was also quite active on Instagram in the days leading up to her passing and in one of her latest posts, she said it was too hot outside for a cold-hearted person like herself.

In another post, Ryan shared a photo of herself sitting on the ground in a pair of red underwear.

Jenelle Evans was often targeted by Stevie Ryan

In 2014, Jenelle Evans faced the wrath of the comedienne after complaining that her mother wouldn't allow her to see her son, seven-year-old Jace. In response to Evans' issues, Ryan pointed out that she doesn't deserve to call the shots since she wasn't the one raising the child.

In response to Ryan's comment, Evans called her a washed up "wanna-be" reality star.

Months later, Ryan took to Twitter and joked about wanting to hang out with Matt Baier, the controversial fiancé of Amber Portwood. Then, a short time later, she was called out by Saran, who claimed she couldn't stop talking about Baier and asked if he was her "daddy."

“You’re the one playing daddy to a baby demon child so I wouldn’t go there,” Ryan replied.

Despite their frequent feuds, Jenelle Evans shared a kind message to Ryan after her passing. “I know we pretty much hated each other but I’m sorry you had to go so soon pretty girl,” she tweeted.

Jenelle Evans and the cast of "Teen Mom 2" return to MTV on July 17 for season eight.