'Teen Mom' Jenelle Evans Married, Husband Charged With Felony Before Ceremony

Evans Reportedly Forced Into Rehab for Heroin Use

"Teen Mom 2" star Jenelle Evans is married to boyfriend Courtland Rogers after saying, "I do" at the local courthouse. Earlier in the day, Rogers was charged with a felony, so the couple spent the entire day in the courthouse squaring their lives away. It has also been reported that soon after the events, Evans was "involuntarily admitted" to rehab for drug abuse.

The two have dated for less than one year but decided to tie the knot anyway, though Evans never said what the urgency was. She tweeted her fans to tell them of her engagement and that there was "a huge reason why" they were getting married so quickly but added it was a "touchy subject."

Now that the pair is married, it will be interesting to see if Evans explains what the "huge reason" was. Before the wedding could take place, though, Rogers had his own business to deal with. He "was charged with a felony in North Carolina on Tuesday for obtaining property by false pretenses," a source told Radar Online.

Another report states that after the wedding, Evans was "involuntarily committed" into a metal health facility. Her older sister, Ashleigh Evans Wilson, told Star magazine that her sister was admitted after their mother, Barbara, noticed track marks on her arms and was fearful that she was using heroin.

"My mom first realized Jenelle was doing heroin when she walked into her house a month ago and saw her shooting up. Jenelle was transferred that weekend" to the Old Vineyard Behavioral Health Hospital for evaluation and rehabilitation. However, Evans claims that she received medical treatment for ovarian cysts.

"I was in there for 8 cysts on my ovaries… The ambulance came to my house and got me," Evans posted on her blog. "After going to one hospital I had to be transferred to a bigger one 4 hours away from my home."

Evans did not respond to a question about the rehabilitation report in time for publication.