Courtney Stodden and Doug Hutchinson proved that they are just too hot for Halloween.
The 17-year-old bride and her 51-year-old Lost husband spoke to Dr. Drew for an upcoming episode of his show Lifechangers about getting kicked off a pumpkin patch on Oct. 23.
They said it was the concerned moms at the pumpkin patch who were to blame for their being booted.
The women were coming up to the manager and complaining, said Stodden. Because of 'the kids.'
Hutchinson followed saying that one father told his little girl that Stodden was the Pumpkin Patch Girl.
The dad loved it! interjected Stodden.
A lot of the kids thought that she was this Pumpkin Patch Princess, he replied. And there was a handful of concerned moms who went to the owners and said, 'Get her out.
The pumpkin patch fiasco, as Hutchinson refers to it, occurred on Sunday Oct. 23 at the Lombardi Pumpkin Patch in Santa Clarity Valley, reports E! News.
Stodden and Hutchinson were at the pumpkin patch taking Halloween-themed photographs, which other pumpkin pickers deemed to be inappropriate.
Stodden wore a tied red flannel shirt, Daisy Duke shorts, and platform, white leather go-go boots. She had ample cleavage visible.
Hutchinson claims that the PDA-filled photos were taken after leaving the first pumpkin patch and moving on to another, less family-oriented one.
Before going to the pumpkin patch Stodden (@CourtneyStodden) tweeted: Ready to hit the hot & heavy hay this afternoon in preparation for Halloween -- EEHAW! XOs, Love, Your All American Girl ;).
Afterwards, she changed her tune, writing, Have a beautifully blessed Sunday! :) Do not judge by appearances, but judge with right judgment. John 7:24.
This is not the first problem Stodden has had to deal with because of her sexiness.
On Oct. 13 the 17-year-old was kicked off Facebook for posting inappropriate sexual content.
Yahoo! News reports that Stodden's mother, Krista Keller, was angry that Stodden's personal page and fan pages were deleted from the social network. She blamed jealous women.
It's the jealousy from the women towards her, Keller told E! News. The men love her, the women hate her. The women report the photo because it's so easy to do. You just click a button. They think she's too sexy, they all report her together, and it's done.
Facebook then apologized for removing her page. Stodden said that it was a victory for everyone who has been cyber-bullied in the past.
I am so happy that I've brought attention to the problem that I have had for so many other people, she told RadarOnline.com. I was cyber-bullied, and I hope this doesn't happen to other people.
Stodden has been shopping a reality show to channels like MTV and VH1.