Jenelle Evans is finally speaking out about her recent exit from "Teen Mom 2." After MTV released a statement in which they confirmed that they had not filmed with the mother of three months and had no plans to include her story on any further seasons of their reality show, Evans addressed her firing during an interview with People magazine.

“[She] is focusing on her family and moving forward,” the management team representing the ex-reality star revealed in a statement. According to Evans' team, she is grateful for the opportunity that MTV gave her years ago and said she was appreciative for the past 10 years she and her family have been featured on the show.

The statement then said that while Evans was "sad" to have been booted from "Teen Mom 2," "this isn’t the end of Jenelle Evans or her family.”

Since 2011, Evans and her family have been featured on the reality show. In February of last year, after marrying David Eason in September 2017, her husband was fired from the show after going on an offensive rant against the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning) community on his now-deleted Twitter page. As for the rest of the women, Kailyn Lowry, Leah Messer, and Chelsea Houska joined the cast in 2011 as well and former "Teen Mom 3" star Briana DeJesus was added to the show years ago as the fifth featured girl.

Jenelle Evans' husband killed their family pet

Over a week ago, after two-year-old Ensley, the daughter of Evans and Eason, was nipped at by their family pet, a French bulldog named Nugget, Eason chose to take the animal outside and shoot it near their home. Shortly thereafter, Evans expressed her grief over the tragic loss on her Instagram page with a photo of herself and Nugget.

Meanwhile, on her husband's page, he seemingly defended the killing by sharing a video in which Nugget was seen nipping at the child. He also shared a photo of Ensley after the incident, which revealed a small red blotch on her face. Following the post, Eason was slammed by his online audience for going to such extremes over something as minor as a red mark.

That said, Eason doesn't appear to have any regrets.

Jenelle Evans is 'shocked' by her firing

“[Jenelle Evans] was shocked and is really upset,” an insider revealed to Us Weekly magazine on May 7. “The decision was given to her suddenly after a lot of back and forth with MTV.” On social media, Evans has been silent for the past 24 hours, aside from a few advertisements being shared on her many pages.

To see the last of Jenelle Evans and her family, don't miss the currently airing season of "Teen Mom 2," Season 9A, which airs each and every Monday evening at 9 PM on MTV.