"Teen Mom 2" star Jenelle Evans has written a memoir that sheds light on her drug addiction and how it took a toll on her life. Titled "Read between the Lines: From the Diary of a Teenage Mom," the book is set to release in July and is an honest account of her struggles with drugs.
"Teen Mom 2" star Jenelle Evans has shared her ordeal with drug addiction in her book "Read between the Lines: From the Diary of a Teenage Mom." According to E! News, the 25-year-old reality TV star's baby steps into the drug trap were amazing and before she could realize what she was getting into, she was relying on the shots four or five times in one single day.
Shedding light on the ill-effects drugs took on her family life, she wrote that she broke all ties with her mother, brothers, sisters and friends. Evans admits that she lost her family and the hardest blow that came her way was when she was not allowed to see her son Jace and that too because of her mother.
Recounting the days, Jenelle Evans says that it tore her heart apart and made her sick to the core, People reported. Tragically, she turned to drugs to find succor as they gave her what she needed. However, things changed when she checked into a hospital and her mother also came on her side to support her.
As fans may remember, "Teen Mom 2" did bring to fore the problems Jenelle Evans faced in her life. Her tiffs with her mother and other problems were shown in the MTV show. However, now that she has written a whole book on the subject, her fans would be able to get a clearer view after reading the memoir. It is worth mentioning here that "Read between the Lines: From the Diary of a Teenage Mom" is slated to release on July 25.