Who is new Teen Mom star Ashley Jones?

TEEN Mom is one of MTV's longest running reality shows.

Ashley Jones, 24, is one of the newest member to the Teen Mom family.

Who is new Teen Mom star Ashley Jones?

Back in 2018, Ashley made her Teen Mom debut on Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant and recently joined Teen Mom 2 for its new season after Chelsea Houska quit the show.

Ashley got pregnant at the age of 19 and her and her baby daddy Bar Smith, 24, co-parent their daughter Holly.

On Instagram she has a following of over 505,000.

Ashley is also the co-host for I Need Wine, a podcast known for "Droppin knowledge, truth and F bombs," according to their Instagram bio.

Ashley and Bar have had a rocky relationship over the years, when talking to InTouch, Ashley opened up about her so-parenting situation.

“Bar will always be the father of my child and I think we’re working our best to just be the best parents we can be," Ashley said.

What happened to Ashley Jones baby daddy Bar?

In late May 2021, Bar was arrested for willful discharge of a firearm in a negligentmatter.

He was held on $25,000 bond at the Merced County Sheriff's Main Jail.

Back in May, The Sun confirmed his arrest but had already been released from jail.

Bar recently revealed that he is in the process of getting his face tattoos removed.

What did Ashley Jones do before Teen Mom?

Before gaining reality TV fame, Ashley struggled to make ends meet.

The mother opened up on co-star Kailyn Lowry's podcast that she used to be homeless and worked as a stripper before joining MTV.

"People don't know that when I got pregnant, we were living in a trap house. There was no running water. And he [Bar] was doing his best entrepreneurial things to keep us going but I just had to tell my mom, I couldn't even warm up food and my mom was like, 'You guys gotta come back,'" Ashley said.

"But there was a point when Bar and I were in our lowest of lows, in the cold together because we didn't even have heat."

Ashley also reveled that her stripping career caused controversy among her family. She said her grandparents, a psychology professor and the first Black woman to work in Major League sports, even took her out of their will.

"My grandparents literally were like 'You're out of our will, good luck, b**ch.' And when I was stripping, I wasn't even talking to my family and we were in Vegas with his mom, and things were crazy and it was Bar who kept me going."

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