In an exclusive interview with Ok! magazine on March 8, Courtland Rogers sits down with reporters to tell his side of the estranged married to wife, “Teen Mom 2” co-star Jenelle Evans. You may remember the pair tied the knot back in December after dating for a mere three months. Rumors circled that Jenelle was pregnant; which would give reason for the rushed courthouse wedding.
After the wedding, Jenelle was hospitalized; later she shared on Twitter it was due to cysts. The pair were fine one moment and fighting the next; mostly about Roger’s ex-girlfriend and mother to his daughter. Earlier this year Evans shared that she and Rogers would be having a baby; even tweeting the sonogram. Sadly, after one of Jenelle’s manic episodes she would be raced to the hospital, only to suffer a miscarriage. She then fled to the arms of her ex-boyfriend, Gary Head, claiming Courtland was out cheating on her.
That affair didn’t last long. Jenelle entered into a Florida rehab towards the end of February and on March 4 left that one to transfer to North Carolina. Her Twitter has been silent since. Courtland’s has since been shut down by Twitter; but that’s not stopping him from talking to Ok!
Courtland was asked about his current situation with Jenelle. He discusses how they were both abusing prescription drugs; they had problems, but they are still married. They butted heads, but their relationship must have been good because she was with Kieffer Delp for three years and Gary Head for two. She didn’t end up marrying either of them.
Rogers continues on about how heroin caused Jenelle to miscarry and how she was combining that with a cocktail of Percocet and Lorazepem. He was “proud of her” when she “tapered down a little bit.” All the drama with Gary, the drugs, the miscarriage, and being away from home landed her in rehab. She wasn’t happy in Florida so she was transferred back to North Carolina; we have a “very good friendship.” Courtland says it feels good to be sober.
“She’s still my wife, I still love…”
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