Teen Mom 2 star Adam Lind and girlfriend Taylor Halbur welcomed a new baby girl to the family over Labor Day Weekend. We are sure she is only days away from soon starring in her own new MTV reality TV show. Seriously though, of all the people who are famous for absolutely no good reason, anyone who has a claim to fame from being on any Teen Mom show is at the top of the list.
What is worse than being famous as one of the Teen Moms who have been made into icons for little girls everywhere to emulate? Being their ex-boyfriend and actually being well known enough to have headlines written about their breeding practices. This makes us want to throw up in our mouths a little.
We’re sitting here scrolling multiple headlines from media outlets all over about Chelsea Houska’s ex having a baby with his new girlfriend. There are discussions going on about how it’s weird that the new baby’s name is Paislee when his first daughter with Chelsea, baby Aubree, also had a double E ending name.
Teen Mom 2 to be cancelled by MTV. According to the New York Post, the network plans to shut down production on the series, in part because of the bad publicity Evans generates. Her time in the spotlight has included arrests, rehab stints, and profanity-laced public feuds, as well as a loss of custody of her three-year-old son Jace.
In recent weeks, Evans married Courtland Rogers, allegedly became pregnant with his baby, accused him of domestic violence and threatened to divorce him. Last week, she appeared to insinuate on Twitter that she had a miscarriage. A rep for MTV says, ”No decision has been made yet regarding a fifth season of ‘Teen Mom 2,’ but the network is planning to air the fourth season this year and will announce the premiere date soon.”
Teen Mom 2 Jenelle Evans takes five assault charges against Courtland Rogers. Evans’ attorney, Dustin R.T. Sullivan, said in a statement that “she has taken charges out on Courtland Rogers, her husband. The charges are assault on a female with an unborn child. She made the charges today.”
Evans filed four counts of assault on a female with an unborn child in a Brunswick County, North Carolina, courthouse on Jan. 23. The charges are misdemeanors, Sullivan said. “They are the highest level of misdemeanor you can get,” Sullivan noted. “He faces a maximum 150 days in jail per charge.”