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Jenelle Evans to Courtland Rogers; 'Stop calling me'

Not that Jenelle Evans and Courtland Rogers can legally get divorced, Courtland won't stop calling.
Not that Jenelle Evans and Courtland Rogers can legally get divorced, Courtland won't stop calling.
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On March 10 Wetpaint shares that it's almost that time when "Teen Mom" Jenelle Evans and her estranged husband, Courtland Rogers, can legally get divorced. Courtland is out of jail now, although suspected for jewelry theft, but knows what time it is and won't stop blowing up Jenelle's phone.

In the newest Twitter feud between the two, Jenelle has requested that Courtland quit calling her because it is making Nathan uncomfortable that he isn't just calling about the divorce. Because of some strange law in North Carolina, a couple can't get divorced unless they've been legally separated for a year prior. That time is coming and neither could be happier.

There is a lot of paperwork involved in the couple's divorce and Courtland keeps calling Jenelle about this, that, and the other. Jenelle requested of Courtland that he quit calling because he was calling all the time and Nathan wasn't happy about it. Courtland thought that Nathan had knew that Jenelle and he were still legally married and only separated which Jenelle says he does (and has been documented on MTV through "Teen Mom 2") but Jenelle says that Nathan's dis-ease stems from Courtland discussing other matters that doesn't have anything to do with their separation.

Courtland has since apologized. Hopefully, the rest of Jenelle's divorce will go smoothly and communication can be limited to lawyers and court.