Jenelle Evans arrested for heroin and assault, ordered away from husband Cortland Rogers. Teen Mom Jenelle Evans was back in jail Tuesday following her latest arrest—for heroin possession and assault, although she was free to head home later the same day, after being released on bond. One thing that will immediately be different, by court orders, is she will not be running straight back into the arms of her bad boy hubby, Courtland Rogers, OKMagazine.com is reports.
Well that didn’t take long. “Teen Mom” star Jenelle Evans became Jenelle Rogers in December 2012 and may already be looking to switch back.
Rogers went to Twitter to declare her new husband, Courtland Rogers, a cheater. Courtland fired back that he had only been out drinking and was only guilty of leaving his pregnant wife at home alone. Yep, Jenelle is pregnant. Again.
Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans was arrested again in North Carolina on Monday. According to the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office, 19-year-old Evans was arrested for violating her probation. The troubled teen, who recently underwent a stint in rehab, also reportedly tested positive for illegal substances.
Jenelle Evans was taken into custody around 6:50PM on Monday, according to a spokeswoman for the sheriff’s office. Police did not reveal exactly what the Teen Mom 2 star did to violate her probation. However, she reportedly tested positive for marijuana and opiates after a meeting with her parole officer.
Evans was briefly jailed at the Brunswick County Detention Center but quickly posted her $10,000 bond and was released around 9PM. She is due back in court on August 24 to deal with this latest arrest.
In March, Jenelle Evans was arrestedÂ for her part in a nasty brawl caught on video. In the video, Evans can be seen in a nasty catfight with supposed friends Britany Truett andBrittany Maggard. Evans later claimed the fight was a total setup and that Maggard sold the tape to the press for thousands of dollars. Maggard told TMZ.com that Evans was in on the deal and received a cut of the money from selling the video.
In April, Evans was given 12 months of probation and community service after taking a plea on an unrelatedÂ drug paraphernalia possession charge.