It was a mother of a problem that got Courtney Stodden booted from a pumpkin patch.
Well, a handful of mothers actually.
The 17-year-old and 51-year-old hubby Doug Hutchison are blaming their recent ouster from an L.A.-area pumpkin patch on "a handful of concerned moms" who objected to Stodden's cheek-flashing attire. (And we don't mean her face.)
"The women were coming up to the manager and complaining…because of the kids," she admitted to Dr. Drew Pinsky in an interview airing Nov. 7 on Lifechangers.
But not everyone was complaining, Stodden added.
"The dads loved it!" she exclaimed. Hutchison agreed, but put a more kid-friendly spin on what went down.
"There were a lot of people who wanted to take pictures with us," he said, "and we overheard a dad say to his little girl, 'Oh look, honey, they have a pumpkin-patch girl this year.'" (Nice save, mystery dad!)
Hutchison continued, "A lot of the kids thought she was a pumpkin-patch princess and there was a handful of concerned moms who went to the owners and said, 'Get her out.'"
Adria Fauldoner of the Lombardi Pumpkin Patch in Santa Clarity Valley told E! News that the couple were asked to leave due to their "inappropriate behavior," the idea of which coincided with the, er, Halloween-themed PDA pics Hutchinson and Stodden posted online afterward.
But Hutchinson said that those pics were taken after they left. The pair stopped by a grocery store to buy their own pumpkins, before engaging in their own private photo shoot.
To which we can only say, thanks for sharing.
This isn't the first time that Stodden's camp has blamed female spite for what they perceive to be unfair treatment. The teen's mother, Krista Keller, recently blasted the jealous haters—all women, she claimed—who teamed up to get her daughter's fanpage pulled down from Facebook for "inappropriate sexual conduct."
Facebook later apologized for the technical oversight and reinstated Stodden's Facebook access.