Gossip: Jenelle Evans Dropping Acid?

Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans is in the press yet again, and this time it's not for decisions about plastic surgery or her relationship with the father of her baby. Rather, Evans' friend Tori Ryhne has exclusively revealed to Star Magazine that the Teen Mom 2 star is using LSD, Radar Online has reported.

The full article will appear in tomorrow's issue of Star Magazine, but Radar Online reported a few key sections from Ryhne's accusing interview. Ryhne told Star magazine that her friend Jenelle Evans uses LSD quite often.

"She does it a lot -- she fell in love with it. It's just a little sheet that she puts on her tongue and waits for it to hit her: Then she gets all weird. After she gets off, she's going to smoke a big blunt, that's what she told me."

Ryhne added that Evans is not concerned about getting custody of her son back, but rather "she's only worried about getting off probation, so she can smoke weed!"

However, critics have suggested that one cannot blindly trust what Tori Ryhne has to say about her friend Jenelle Evans. The two have had a rocky friendship to say the least, and their disagreements and fights have often been in the public eye.

Just over a month ago, Wet Paint reported that the two had a fight because Ryhne wouldn't help a sick Evans with a ride to the hospital. The two teens made the fight public by turning to Twitter to air their grievances with one another.

Evans tweeted, "Tori isn't a true friend &I was in denial about it for a while, even her family says they r sorry for her actions."

And Ryhne responded with a Tweet of her own, writing, "Stop starting [expletive] . . . keep my name out of your mouth."

The two clearly have a rocky past, but is it rocky enough to cause Ryhne to lie to Star Magazine about Evans' drug habits? Or is Ryhne telling the truth about the Teen Mom 2 star's new found interest in LSD? According to Evan's lawyer, Dustin Sullivan, Ryhne is lying. He told Star Magazine that "The allegation against my client are absolutely false," Radar reports.