Jenelle Evans has had nude photos leaked in the past and even published on a tabloid website. However, the photos leaked late Saturday night by her former boss, James Duffy, were far more revealing and left the Teen Mom feeling embarrassed. The photos have since been deleted, but that doesn't mean Jenelle is over the ordeal.
After the leak, Jenelle tweeted, "Leave me the **** alone, PLEASE. I hope u die. I'm so upset. I tried to stay strong..."
This back and forth between Jenelle and Duffy has been going on for quite some time. Her former boss has been claiming he had the pictures, while the Teen Mom fought back, not thinking he would go through with his threat. Of course, one would assume that since he had the pictures (although someone on a different Twitter handle leaked them), his claims of dating and sleeping with her must be true, right?
Actually, no, and according to Jenelle, Duffy has never seen her naked in person. The photos that were posted are ones that were stolen from Kieffer Delp's phone. As can be imagined, Kieffer felt pretty bad about the entire thing, even admitting that he felt that the photo leak was his fault.
Jenelle commented on the leaked photos saying, "those r old pics from kieffers cell phone Duffy stole. Those pics are from BEFORE I even met Duffy"
While Jenelle has had her problems in the past, this is not something that anyone deserves to have happen to them. The backlash that she faced on Twitter was awful and, even though the photos have since been deleted, they were seen by a countless number of people and that alone is embarrassing enough.
Jenelle Evans can use this experience to show her fans just how bad of an idea it is to take these kinds of photos. She took these photos for someone that she trusted, but they ended up in the wrong hands.
Â© Corrina Jean
CORRECTION: The original article stated as fact that James Duffy leaked the images. That was a mistake as this is not an established fact, but rather a question on the minds of many who are following this story. We apologize for the error.