Behind Blondie Park Ex Husband of Teen Mom Star Jennell Evans Arrested Again

Ex Husband of Teen Mom Star Jennell Evans Arrested Again

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Teen Mom reality star’s ex husband has been busted again in North Carolina.

The charges are a result of a probation violation in a connected to his 2018 felony case.

Courtland Keith Rogers who was married to the former ‘Teen Mom’ star, Jennell Evans from 2012 to 2014.

According to sources, Rogers was arrested Wednesday in Leland and booked at the Brunswick County Jail for a felony probation violation. His bond is set at $10k

Jenelle and Rogers don’t have any children together. The couple was only married a couple months before they split in January 2013 and reunited a few months later.

They officially divorced in June 2014.

Jenelle Evans Dropped from MTV Series:

Jenelle Evans’ days as a ‘Teen Mom’ are done — MTV has severed ties with her and her family following David Eason’s murder of the family dog … TMZ has confirmed. A spokesperson for MTV tells us, “We have stopped filming with Jenelle Eason as of April 6, 2019 and have no plans to cover her story in the upcoming season.

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About the Series
A follow-up to the MTV series `16 and Pregnant’, `Teen Mom’ chronicles the challenges teenagers Farrah, Maci, Amber and Catelynn face in their first years of motherhood, including such things as graduating from high school, relationships, getting a job, beginning college and moving out on their own. Oh, and raising their first child.