'Teen Mom OG' star Amber Portwood reveals she wants to 'quit' show after the miscarriage episode

The 28-year-old Amber Portwood is fed up of being a Teen Mom and wants to quit the show after the last episode!

                            'Teen Mom OG' star Amber Portwood reveals she wants to 'quit' show after the miscarriage episode

It looks like Amber Portwood is done with being a Teen Mom. The 28-year-old 'Teen Mom OG' star has been through a lot on the show. 

She had gone through a series of ups and downs including battling addiction, domestic abuse, and even going to jail. However, after Monday's episode, Portwood took to Twitter to share that she was fed up with filming the show and wrote, "I can’t do this anymore. I have to quit this show."


As a response to one fan, she wrote, "The heartache this show has put me through is too much to bear anymore. If I will not be shown then there’s nothing more to do. My name will not get smeared anymore. I hope everyone is resting easy with the money they’ve made off of heartache and pain that I’ve endured."


Monday's episode of 'Teen Mom' was centered around Amber's ex Gary Shirley and his wife Kristina who got candid about going through a miscarriage. Kristina shared the news with Amber who shared that she too had suffered a miscarriage when she was with her former fiance Matt Baier.

On the show, Amber can be seen telling Kristina, "I’m sorry, sweetheart. That’s… I know how that feels. I didn’t hear the heartbeat or anything. I didn’t even go to the hospital, but that’s really sad. I’m so sorry you had to go through that." 

Later on, Amber tweeted, "All I wanted was for @krisssyK01 is her to not feel alone when she bravely said it on camera that really gave me strength to speak to her and let her know I understand and I am here for her. She was heartbroken. I could see it in her eyes." 

Many people trolled her comments and had a lot of negative things to say and in response, the reality TV star wrote, "You guys are the reason people commit suicide. Words hurt and I’m such a sweet person and those parts are never really shown. I’ve only wanted to help children and teenagers not go through what I did, including my daughter."


Amber also blamed MTV's editing for people's negativity towards her and wrote, "People react to what they see. I can’t necessarily just blame them. There are higher people who chose to make sure I’m never truly heard for there own benefit. I’m too good for that s**t."