Jenelle Evans has been sharing news about the casts of "Teen Mom OG" and "Teen Mom 2" for the past several years, regardless of whether or not that news is true or false. However, according to a new tweet, the longtime reality star and mother of three is now done sharing fake rumors about her co-stars.

"No more fake articles will be posted to my Instagram and/or Facebook fanpage," Evans told her followers on her Twitter page, February 28. She also added that she no longer approves of the content she previously shared and said there was too much negativity about everyone to continue sharing the posts.

Although Evans' post sounded like good news to some, others questioned why it took the reality star so long to decide to stop spreading such false gossip about her co-stars. After all, she doesn't like it when they talk about her and even fired off a legal letter to Kailyn Lowry and Chelsea Houska at the end of last year.

Jenelle Evans threatened to sue 'Teen Mom 2' co-stars

At the end of last year, Lowry and Houska confirmed, on Twitter, that they had both been threatened with a lawsuit from their "Teen Mom 2" co-star, Evans, who demanded they stop talking about her publicly and suggested their hurtful statements have caused her to lose work. In Lowry's tweet to fans, she made it clear that she was unconcerned about the document and even said that if Evans can't find work, it is likely the result of her ten plus mug shots.

Jenelle Evans' husband fired from 'Teen Mom 2'

Amid production on the upcoming season of "Teen Mom 2," MTV announced they would no longer be working with David Eason due to a series of tweets which he shared online that were deemed to be homophobic. While Eason later deleted his Twitter account altogether, he never apologized for any wrongdoing and several cast members, including Kailyn Lowry, were glad to see him sent packing.

Because Eason is such a big part of Evans' life, fans have been left wondering how the network will proceed with her storyline without him, and some have wondered if the network will let her go as well. That said, there doesn't appear to be any plans to remove Evans from her role, on the reality show, at this point in time.

Jenelle Evans, her family, and her co-stars, including Chelsea Houska, Kailyn Lowry, Leah Messer, and Briana DeJesus, are currently in production for the upcoming season of "Teen Mom 2" but MTV has not yet released a premiere date.