Jenelle Evans became a celebrity thanks to the notoriety of her appearance on the MTV reality series "Teen Mom 2." Unfortunately, the fame also led to problems, including arrests and custody hearings involving her child. On Feb. 1, her estranged husband rubbed in the fact that "Teen Mom 2" might end up cancelled as well.
The tweet came from Courtland Rogers, who wrote "I told her karma was a b***h!! It's whatever tho I bet she feels real dumb now and look at this ss [sic] of what she said lol." He included a link to a photo he took of his computer screen with an article that said the show was facing cancellation.
This is truly low class for Rogers, as Evans allegedly suffered a miscarriage last week and lost her baby. The article in the photo came from a Fox News report from earlier in the week. Fox reported that Evans' constant tweets about her marital problems, drug issues and miscarriage makes her "too much of a liability."
With the report days old, it makes it look like Rogers was just searching online for his wife's name to find something he could tweet about. In the midst of the two accusing each other of infidelity with their exes, a video of Rogers with his baby's mother surfaced with him bragging about marrying Evans for an eventual cash flow. Then, while Evans was losing her baby, it was her first baby's dad that was by her side to help.
The original "Teen Mom" went off the air when its star Amber Portwood went to jail. Now, it looks like "Teen Mom 2" will face the same ax as its star's life continues to spiral out of control as well. What makes things worse for Jenelle Evans is that her Courtland Rogers is there online to rub it in.
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