Jenelle Evans' controversial husband, David Eason, was fired by MTV weeks ago after going on a homophobic rant on Twitter and now, fans are wondering what the future will hold for Evans. After all, the longtime reality star's storyline would certainly feel incomplete if she was to move forward with filming "Teen Mom 2" without being allowed to expose her husband's life and their marriage on the show.

As rumors continue to swirl about the possibility of Evans being fired from the show that made her famous, a new report has offered new details about Evans' current status with the network.

“There are no plans to film with [Jenelle Evans] for at least six weeks,” a source close to the mother of three told Radar Online on March 21. According to the report, Evans has absolutely no production schedule planned at the moment and has been focusing her time and energy on getting the network to rehire her husband.

The outlet also revealed that Evans has allegedly been making demands to the network in hopes of taking control of the situation. However, unfortunately for her, MTV isn't backing down when it comes to David Eason's fate.

Jenelle Evans takes matters into her own hands

Just after learning her husband had been fired from "Teen Mom 2" by MTV, Evans announced the launch of her own web series, which features her at-home videos with her family.

While Evans likely launched the show in an effort to remain in the public eye as MTV continues to ponder her future with the show, the network has reportedly been further infuriated by the web series. Some have even wondered if Evans' new show violates her agreement with MTV and whether it will result in her being fired as well.

As the insider told Radar Online, Evans' recent behavior has been pushing MTV further and further away and at this point, they don't yet know if they will move forward with her and return to production in North Carolina.

Briana DeJesus was brought to 'Teen Mom 2' last year

In early 2017, MTV surprised fans when they decided to add Briana DeJesus, who previously appeared on "Teen Mom 3" to the show.

At the time, many suspected the network chose to do so because one of the original four girls would ultimately be leaving. Now, some are wondering if MTV brought DeJesus to the show to ensure that there would always be at least four girls if someone were to leave -- or be fired.

To see more of Jenelle Evans and her family, tune in to the upcoming episodes of "Teen Mom 2" when the show returns to MTV later this year.