Cheyenne Floyd revealed she was shot 13 times while driving with her children.
The reality star said during the “Teen Mom: The Next Chapter” premiere on Tuesday that she and her fiancé, Zach Davis, were “driving around” with her daughter Ryder (5) and the couple’s son Ace (1) when she noticed a “green beam” on Davis’ face.
The pair then saw a man with a gun, someone they “both knew,” Davis said, explaining, “He’s been here at Chy’s house. There are pictures with him.”
Davis, 31, recalls: “Suddenly you start hearing shots. He hit the car 13 times and we crashed into the back of a Prius. It was the worst feeling in the world.”
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After calling their survival a “miracle,” Floyd, 29, said, “God literally covered us up that day because every cop who was there said they don’t understand how we’re all alive.
“I had to pinch myself to make sure I understood I was still alive.”
Although the couple went to court later in the episode, their case was delayed. The “Challenge” alum expressed her frustrations to her mother, Margaret Floyd.
“When will this be over?” asked Cheyenne. “We are stuck in a constant repetition of the worst day of your life. Everything is just a trigger. Everything is a memory.”
The MTV personality complained that the ordeal was not “fair” for her family.
“I feel like he didn’t kill us, but he took so much from us,” she said. “I don’t understand why we have to go through that. I don’t understand why the kids have to go through that.”
While Cheyenne hasn’t described the traumatic incident to her fans before, she vaguely thanked her followers for “prayers” last month.
“I’ll be able to explain more later, now I’m focused on healing,” she wrote via Instagram at the time.
When the episode aired, she tweeted about getting through her “hardest year.”
“We are alive and extremely blessed,” Cheyenne wrote. “Thank you to our friends and family who went through this hell with us. We have this.”
“Teen Mom: The Next Chapter” airs on MTV Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET.