- (Photo: Twitter/Jenelle Evans)
Jenelle Evans was just celebrating and posting pictures of her new pregnancy with husband Courtland Rogers, but now she is "heartbroken in half completely" and has accused Rogers of cheating. The couple has been married for less than six months but has already split once before reuniting and announcing the pregnancy.
"And just to think I fooled myself into thinking I was happy, happiness doesn't exist it seems like. Just when I'm around my one and only," Evans tweeted earlier. She then added, "Want to me to blast what u (Rogers) did? …don't think so."
"I went out last night and got wasted and came home at 3 am and left my pregnant wife asleep by herself but I didn't cheat!! I just left," Rogers tweeted in defense of himself.
"It was way worse than that," Evans responded.
The two have been bickering, it seems, since they were married on Dec. 4 in a wedding at the local courthouse. Of course, it may have been an ominous sign that right before saying, "I do," Rogers and Evans were in court so that Rogers could face charges.
Just 26 days later, rumors surfaced that the couple was divorcing because Evans had had enough of Rogers' behavior. She accused him of being "more interested" in talking with his ex-girlfriend than his daughter, Jordan.
"IM SINGLE" Evans tweeted then, raising eyebrows everywhere. She has no problem airing her family's business on Twitter and her personal blog. Evans is used to the limelight, though, having starred on MTV's "16 & Pregnant" and "Teen Mom 2."
This may or may not be Evans' final season of "Teen Mom 2," depending on MTV executives. Viewers have watched her struggle to remain sober, sign away custody of her son, and then fall off the wagon and into a jail cell.
Only time will tell if Rogers and Evans will reunite; until then, viewers can watch Evans on "Teen Mom 2," Monday nights at 9:00 p.m. ET on MTV.