Ryan Dolph to Jenelle Evans: I Will Wipe My A– With Your Cease & Desist Letter LOL
Jenelle Evans’ (former) friend has posted a cease and desist letter she sent him online – along with his thoughts on the matter.
Ryan Dolph was one of many people who got Jenelle Evans’ cease and desist letters during her legal rampage last month.
How’s he feeling about it? Nonplussed, you could say.
Like her co-stars, some of whom also got these letters, Dolph doesn’t seem too concerned about the legality of Jenelle’s threats.
Whatsoever. In fact, his response is quite something.
Jenelle and husband David Eason hired an attorney in an effort to silence some of the negativity directed at the couple on social media.
Teen Mom 2 co-stars Kailyn Lowry, Chelsea Houska, Chelsea’s father Dr. Randy Houska, and Jenelle’s mom Barbara Evans got one.
Another recipient of one of the letters was Dolph, a friend of Jenelle’s ex-fiance, Nathan Griffith, and a guy who was once close to her too.
Ryan, who was on the MTV show several times, is laughing it off … and posting photos of it on Twitter so fans can join in the hilarity!
After Chelsea Houska tweeted about receiving her letter late last month, Dolph chimed in that he too apparently crossed Jenelle.
“Don’t feel bad I gotta letter too just haven’t went and picked it up yet from my parents,” Ryan tweeted. “My dad just called me about it.”
“I gotta letter myself stating all types of crazy sh!t my Dads was telling me lol I just ain’t in no rush to go get it lol #f**kem #dudesacontrolfreak.”
More enlightening words have never been tweeted.
Ryan continued on Twitter, “When your a public figure your gonna be talked about and it’s free therefore you can’t sue sh!t.”
Eventually, Dolph did go pick up the legal document, which he found so amusing that he ranted about it once more … with visual aids.
“Damn son you really spent 6.59 on this bs?” Ryan asked, hilariously referring to the postage amount paid to deliver this to him.
He then posted photos of the cease and desist letter itself, along with the obligatory commentary – none of which was pretty.
“Ask me if I give a f–k…” Ryan wrote, adding:
“They all can suck my long d!ck #cantdosh!tifitsthetruth #someonef**kinpayme … I should wipe my ass with this bs and send it back.”
“Couldn’t they of at least hired a better attorney she must of forgot my dad is in with the best attorneys in New Hanover County.”
“I ain’t stressing thanks for the laugh tho.”
Perhaps tellingly, absent from the letter are any examples of Dolph’s comments or actions that allegedly defamed Jenelle or her husband.
It merely stated that Ryan has allegedly made “false and defamatory statements disparaging Mr. and Mrs. Eason’s character” online.
Again, it’s unclear what those statements consisted of, or if the letters received by their Teen Mom 2 co-stars were worded any differently.
Interestingly, Starcasm reports that the attorney who fired off the letter – Christopher E. Faircloth – has a familiar middle name: Eason.
Some observers began wondering the obvious, whether or not he’s related to David Eason, and Ryan weighed in on this topic as well.
“For the last time that lawyer is no ken [sic] to that pu**y … no body in that family is that educated STOP saying that dumb bs not every Eason is ken.”
We assume he means “kin” and not ken.
While no one in David’s family is “that educated,” according to Dolph, his own family is quite connected in the legal world, thankyouvermuch.
For this reason, among others, he’s not losing sleep over anything Jenelle says … she should be the one who’s concerned if anything.
“And if he was I ain’t worried about a rookie lawyer my dad has the connections to the best attorneys in New Hanover county.”
“hell my sister is named after the head judge in New Hanover if that tells ya anything. If she only knew how I could flip this sh!t”
“I [could] actually get something out of this… she should of thought twice because I’m pretty sure I ain’t the only one looking into the bs!
Man. Someone call the New Hanover volunteer fire department, because the third-degree burns just keep on coming.