Jenelle Evans is said to be on the chopping block with MTV after she allegedly caught her "Teen Mom 2" producers off-guard by suddenly launching her own series on YouTube after her husband David Eason's firing. According to a new report, Evans' new show, "Off the Grid Adventures" completely blindsided her producers -- and may be a violation of the contact she is in with the network.

On March 14, Radar Online revealed that MTV put filming on "Teen Mom 2" with Jenelle Evans on hold after giving the boot to David Eason after he shared numerous homophobic tweets with his many fans and followers.

So, rather than sit idle and wait for her producers to return to North Carolina, the mother of three seemingly took matters into her own hands and revealed to her audience that she would be releasing “new videos on my YouTube."

MTV was not in the loop with Jenelle Evans' spinoff plans

According to the report, those behind the scenes at the network were completely unaware that Jenelle Evans was planning to launch her own YouTube series and they may not be happy about her doing so. "[Jenelle] is under contract with them,” an MTV source explained. The insider also said that network executives are in talks to shut Evans' new show down -- or to take legal action against their reality star.

As for why Evans would go behind MTV's back and launch her own spinoff of "Teen Mom 2," the Radar Online insider said that the mother of three was taunting the network as they continue to decide what they should do with her storyline since letting her husband go.

As fans may have heard, rumors have been swirling which suggest that Evans will be booted from the show because the network won't want to feature a girl whose husband won't be seen.

Jenelle Evans pulled one of her children from 'Teen Mom 2'

After MTV Press confirmed that they would no longer be working with David Eason, Evans announced on her Twitter page that she would no longer be showcasing her youngest child, one-year-old Ensley, on the show.

She also mentioned the possibility of taking Jace and Kaiser off the show but later deleted one of her tweets. After her post about Ensley was shared, numerous Twitter users suggested it was Eason who was behind Evans' decision to take Ensley off the show.

Jenelle Evans and her co-stars, including Kailyn Lowry, Briana Dejesus, Chelsea Houska, and Leah Messer, began filming the upcoming season of "Teen Mom 2" months ago but MTV has not yet confirmed when the series will return for season nine.