CHEYENNE Floyd was criticized by fans for lashing out at her sister who then tried to offer help traumatic shooting Chey was involved in last year.
The scene took place in a recent episode of Teen Mom: The Next Chapter.
In a scene from the show posted online, Cheyenne’s husband Zach broke the devastating news that the man accused of shooting at her car 17 times has rejected a plea deal and is taking the case to trial.
This led to Cheyenne’s total collapse.
“I think I just wanted it done,” the 30-year-old said, wiping away tears.
“I put so much energy into thinking this nightmare would be over today, and then it just isn’t.”
Cheyenne continued, reflecting, “Everyone says be glad you’re alive. Ok, but is it alive?”
Chey’s sister, R. KyleLynn Floyd, tried to help him.
“I know you wanted this to be over before you actually started therapy…” she began before she was suddenly interrupted by Cheyenne.
“Please don’t talk to me about therapy right now,” Cheyenne shot back. “I’m so overwhelmed by everyone trying to assign me some idiot to talk to who thinks this gong will solve all my problems. That’s not the case.”
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Shocked by the reaction, the sister stood up and excused herself from the family dining table.
“I’ll go check on the kids,” she said dismissively, seeming to be looking for an excuse to get out of the situation.
In July 2022, Cheyenne and her then-fiancé Zach revealed that an attacker drove up to their vehicle and opened fire.
The unknown gunman is said to have shot the couple and Cheyenne’s two children 13 times.
At this point, the four of them were on their way to the doctor’s office for Cheyenne’s daughter Ryder’s check-up appointment.
Recalling the incident during the premiere of Teen Mom: The Next Chapter, Cheyenne said, “I never thought something like this would happen to me.”
“It’s a miracle we’re still here. God literally protected us that day because every police officer that was there said they didn’t understand why we were all alive.”
“And as I heard it over and over again, I just wanted them all to stop saying it because I had to pinch myself to make sure I understood that I was alive.”
“We’re stuck in a constant replay of the worst day of your life.”
She added: “Everything is just a trigger. Everything is a memory.”
“I feel like he didn’t kill us, but he took so much from us. That’s just not fair.”
“I don’t understand why we have to go through this. I don’t understand why the kids had to go through this.”
During the Season 1 reunion of The Next Chapter, Cheyenne and Zach elaborated on the matter.
“That is a lot. I mean, we haven’t talked about it for almost a year,” the former told Dr. Drew.
“I mean, we didn’t talk about it on the show, we just didn’t feel like… we talked among ourselves, but I mean, publicly we haven’t talked about it for a year, so that always adds an extra layer to things.” “
“And that has led to more fear and more questions that we can’t answer because it’s an open case.”
“We recently found out that we will be starting a trial soon, so we really can’t talk about it right now.”
As for the alleged identity of the shooter, Cheyenne and Zach have not revealed who the shooter is for legal reasons.
“It was someone we both knew. He was here at Chey’s house,” Zach admitted on the first season of “The Next Chapter.”