‘The Challenge’ Star Mattie Lynn Breaux Says She Isn’t Returning To the Show

The challenge Star Mattie Breaux appeared on two seasons of the MTV competition series and apparently proved herself a strong competitor. However, after a public arrest, the star revealed the fact that her time on the show has come to an end.

Maggie McGuffin (Crown on Head) and members of the Down Party South CMT Ryan "Dad" Richards and Mattie Breaux
Maggie McGuffin (Crown on Head) and CMT Down South Ryan Party team members “Daddy” Richards and Mattie Breaux | Rick Diamond

Mattie Breaux competed on two seasons of ‘The Challenge’

Then 24-year-old Louisiana bartender Mattie Lynn Breaux made her television debut on CMT Down South Party in 2014. The show, produced by the same company behind the successful MTV series Jersey Coast, followed by eight adults living together for a summer.

It became the top-ranked show for the network, leading to two more seasons. In 2019, the reality star came out on the MTV competition series, Challenge 33: World War, along with UK-based Kyle Christie.

While she was being treated for minor injuries in hospital, Breaux also revealed that she had received two previous state home DUIs, police officers later confirmed.

In November 2020, just over a year after their arrest, the reality star appeared in court and entered a guilty plea. She was sentenced to a year in prison, and had to spend seven days on weekends. In addition, Breaux lost her license for a year.

Breaux will not return for another season of ‘The Challenge’

A few days after her prison sentence went viral, the reality star responded with the backing from fans. She posted a picture of herself crying and has since relied on a “mistake” of “taking full ownership” of it by confronting the effects of her actions.

Two months later, a fan for Breaux on Instagram asked why she was not competing for the current season The challenge and if she had plans to return.

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The a star of truth replied and explained, “Unfortunately, my time with them has come to an end but I am grateful for the opportunity. ”It’s not clear why the Breaux series won’t call back, but its DUI issues may be why the network is separating from it.

Plus, the series seems to be quietly burning the Louisiana native because she didn’t make any news about it. The challenge 36: double reps air Wednesday at 8/7 Media on MTV.

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