Former Teen Mom OG star Mackenzie Edwards has declared her comeback on Instagram amid her estranged husband Ryan Edwards’ jail sentencing. In a post on Mother’s Day, Edwards hinted at a “new season” in her life and said she would not tolerate certain behaviour, while on Monday she shared a selfie with the caption “Mack’s back”. Ryan Edwards is currently serving an 11-month sentence after pleading guilty to harassing his wife, while there are four other charges pending against him.
Mackenzie Edwards proclaims her return and a “new season” of life amid estranged husband Ryan Edwards’ jail sentencing and legal troubles.
Mackenzie Edwards, a former cast member of Teen Mom OG, has proclaimed that she is “back” after filing for divorce from her estranged husband, Ryan Edwards, and his subsequent jail sentence. She shared a selfie on her Instagram account and thanked her followers for their sweet messages. In a cryptic message she posted on Mother’s Day, Edwards revealed that she is entering a new season of her life and that she is not going to tolerate things she put up with in the past.
Ryan Edwards, who shares two children with Mackenzie, has been sentenced to serve 11 months and 29 days in jail after pleading guilty to harassing his estranged wife. He previously shared derogatory messages about Mackenzie, uploaded a provocative photo of her and even claimed that she was unfaithful. He has also been arrested multiple times this year, with charges including harassment, possession of drug paraphernalia, violating an order of protection, possession of a controlled substance, and a DUI.
Mackenzie has expressed hope that her estranged husband will receive additional jail time. She referred to Ryan as “an addict” and revealed that there are still four other charges pending against him. In a separate incident, Maci Bookout, who shares a child with Ryan, shared cryptic lyrics via Instagram, suggesting that she is struggling with the difficulties she is facing.
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