“Teen Mom” star Jenelle Evans shocked everyone when she decided to get married to Courtland Rogers, a man she claimed she had known for years. But according to a new Gather report released on Jan. 6, it appears that Jenelle may not know her husband as well as one would think. The two have been spending lots of time together since their day-break over the Christmas holidays, and yesterday, they decided to go get tattoos together. And when Courtland revealed his tattoo on Twitter, fans eagerly asked what it was about. It turns out, Jenelle may not know much about her husband's past.
“His grandmother actually owned the very first railroads here in NC... He knows a lot. His grandmother asked him to get this tatt," “Teen Mom” star Jenelle Evans tweeted the fans who were asking about the tattoo. However, the Gather report points out that the first railroad was indeed built back in 1850s, which would make it almost impossible for Courtland's grandmother to own it. And it sounds like Jenelle's fans know how to do the math. "Umm grandma? Do you even know how long ago the civil war was,” one follower pointed out, hinting that the civil war was from 1861 to 1865. Jenelle's response was, “Her mother or her grandparents most likely told her all about it... Duh they can speak.. They have mouths."
These two conflicting stories have “Teen Mom” star Jenelle Evans' followers asking if she is being completely honest about Courtland. In fact, the Gather writer points out that it seems Jenelle actually knows very little about her husband. And since fans are already questioning Jenelle's honesty about Courtland, this tattoo story isn't helping her.
Do you think Jenelle is being honest about her relationship with Courtland?