Teen Mom bodyguards forced to break up nasty brawl between Jade Cline & Ashley Jones in new Family Reunion trailer

TEEN Mom stars Jade Cline and Ashley Jones got into a physical fight in the new Family Reunion spin-off series forcing the show's bodyguards to intervene.

The spin-off is an eight-episode series featuring viewers' favorite Teen Mom stars from across the franchise.

MTV released a teaser ahead of the show's January release date, revealing a nasty altercation between the two co-stars.

Fellow Teen Mom 2 star, Briana DeJesus shared the clip to her Instagram page showing the mom's and their baby daddy's gathered outside when the argument broke out.

In the clip, Jade and Ashley were at a close range as Jade yelled: "Don't f***ing attack me online!," while the other girls tried to separate the stars.

MTV's security team then stepped in as things appeared to escalate, keeping Ashley and Jade apart from each other.

Two bodyguards were then seen holding Jade back as she continued to scream at her co-star saying: "Get my f***ing hands on you!"

Another guard was drawing Ashley away as she yelled back: "You don't want that smoke!"

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Briana captioned the post: "Ever wondered what happens when all the Moms get together? 🤩 (+ some surprise guests 👀) Don't miss when #TeenMomFamilyReunion premieres on Tuesday, January 11 at 8/7c on @MTV! 💟"


The spin-off is expected to provide plenty of drama for viewers as an earlier preview showed an explosive brawl between Teen Mom 2 star Cheyenne Floyd and franchise alum Farrah Abraham.

Farrah, 30, was seen yelling "you guys are adults" towards her old castmates in the teaser, igniting tensions with several of the girls during the spinoff series.

Then, Cheyenne, 29, flipped a white table covered in red solo cups towards Farrah as she screamed back: "Let's talk then b***h! Let's do it."

The ex MTV star held up her hand in defiance saying: "NO" as the mother of two stomped away from the explosive scene.

Farrah made a surprise appearance on the new network special after she was axed in October of 2017 for taking part in a sex tape.

Earlier this month, the TV personality claimed she was physically "ATTACKED" by her co-stars while filming the show, as she encouraged them all to "do better."


The controversial star spoke to TMZ about her big return to MTV on the Teen Mom Spin-off that was filmed earlier this Fall.

After the interviewer asked: "How was it seeing some of your old castmates after so long?" the reality star replied: "I think we are gonna see how that goes.

"I always wish them the best, I think there's still a lot of progress to be made."

The reporter continued: "Was it uneasy. Were you uncomfortable?"

Farrah responded: "I'm going through a lot of stuff personally so I think that was more overwhelming for me than going back to a TV show."

"Did any drama happen?" the interviewer pressed, and the TV personality admitted: "I think I could walk through the door and dramas going to happen, sadly.

"I just warn others to keep their hands to themselves. Do not sneak attack a woman and do not gang up on a woman because I don't handle that too well," she warned.

"So that's kind of what happened to me."

"So you're saying there was some physical drama?" the interviewer inquired.

"Yeah and I think people should not physically attack you, especially after Covid and our real-world of news. Don't touch people," she finished.


Farrah joined her former Teen Moms Amber Portwood and Maci Bookout for part one of MTV's Teen Mom: Family Reunion.

Premiering January 11 at 8 p.m. ET, the eight-episode series features favorites across the franchise, including Briana DeJesus, Jade Cline, and Leah Messer from Teen Mom 2.

However, the Nebraska native admitted she still has beef with the network who removed her from the show after she appeared in an explicit tape years prior.

Last week, the reality star claimed she had not missed "the haters of Teen Mom" in an Instagram Story. 

She wore a tight shirt which had the face of Santa Claus on it.

Because she was "beyond sex-shaming," the Teen Mom OG alum offered a gift to the "awful mothers" and "despicable, sexist" men.

The TV star promised: "I'm not going to stop being the independent adult that I am. Never going to stop especially for you."

She concluded: "Maybe you should pick on somebody else."

Farrah also added a GIF that said: "Have a nice day."

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