Teen Mom 2’s Chelsea Huska says comments about her 11-year-old daughter’s body are making her ‘sick’: ‘It makes me not want to post’
Teen Mom 2 alum Chelsea Houska DeBoer says she gets sick when people comment on her 11-year-old daughter Aubrey’s body online.
The 29-year-old MTV reality star explained why she was reluctant to share photos of her firstborn while answering fans’ questions online on Monday.
When asked how she handled her young daughter growing up, Chelsea – who announced she was leaving the TV show in May – admitted that she sometimes receives inappropriate comments about her 11-year-old.
Yuck: Teen Mom 2 alum Chelsea Houska says she’s sick of the comments some people have made about her 11-year-old daughter Aubrey on the internet
“Are you amazed at how fast OPS is growing?” Ask a fan. “Are you pleased with everyone’s reaction to it?”
Chelsea had mixed feelings, saying, “I wanted to respond to this because I’m enjoying everyone’s reaction to it because I know you guys feel like you know Aubrey.”
“Someone was like, ‘We’re all her aunts’ and I thought that was super cute, but I have one thing I don’t like that frankly makes me sick is when people comment on her body.
She’s about 11 years old and I don’t know why people feel they can comment on her body in any way or shape. It makes me not want to post it.
Chelsea debuted on MTV’s 16 And Pregnant with Aubree, which she shares with ex Adam Lind. She would go on to have three more children with her husband, Cole Debor.
After 11 seasons on Teen Mom, she decided she would be stepping away from the show last November.
Inappropriate: ‘She’s about 11 years old and I don’t know why people feel they can comment on her body in any way or shape. “It makes me not want to publish it,” Hoska said.
Big Family: Chelsea made her debut on MTV’s 16 And Pregnant with Aubree, which she shares with ex Adam Lind. She would go on to have three more children with her husband, Cole Deborge
Earlier this year, DeBoer revealed part of her exit to protect her relationship with Aubree.
reality star said And! News: “It came to a point—and I think it was almost a buildup—that feeling in me, or my heart, I guess. I didn’t feel like I was supposed to be on that show anymore.
And she continued, “There were conversations [my daughter] Aubrey and I would go through from time to time, and there was a point where I was just worried because I never wanted her to be like her, she couldn’t tell me things because it would be broadcast to millions of people or whatever.”
Additionally, the point mom reflected that the show’s “view” had shifted from her perspective to Aubree’s, which seemed like a violation of teens’ privacy.
“It was ultimately what made me decide to walk away and leave this chapter of life,” she said of her young daughter.
Goodbye: After 11 seasons on Teen Mom, she decided she was stepping away from the show last November