Jenelle Evans has apparently suffered a miscarriage. The "Teen Mom 2" star was rushed to the hospital earlier this week but was released. She was only eight weeks pregnant with husband Courtland Rogers' child.
"And this is the end I think," Evans tweeted earlier today. That was followed by a one-word expletive tweet and then "feel light headed." Evans had only recently announced that she was pregnant with her second child, the first with new husband Courtland Rogers.
Unfortunately, earlier this week, news that the couple was separating came to light, and the stress landed Evans in the hospital for unknown reasons. Evans later tweeted that she was filing for divorce "ASAP" after only 56 days of marriage. She blamed him for leaving her alone while pregnant and accused him of cheating on her.
Evans has been spending more time with her ex-fiancé Gary Head since the separation announcement, leading to questions as to whether the two are planning to reconcile. In fact, she tweeted soon after the news of a miscarriage broke that she was thankful for him being with her.
"Thank [expletive] God Gary Head is here for me!" she posted.
"Jenelle lost the baby this morning. She's sad and upset, but she'll make it through," a friend told Radar Online. The friend also told the site that Rogers has not been informed about the miscarriage.
Rogers already has one child who he shares custody with, and Evans' son Jace is currently in the custody of her mother. This was the second child for both, but unfortunately, Evans was unable to carry to term.
Meanwhile, Evans and Rogers are headed to court for their divorce. Evans filed assault and battery charges against Rogers, including one count of assault against an unborn child. Police have not arrested Rogers, but it remains to be seen if they will at any point in the future.