On March 15, Jenelle Evans decided to write a note to her fans through her Sulia site; which appears on her Twitter. Since the “Teen Mom 2” star has had a crazy life these last few months, plenty of rumors are circulating about her son Jace, her ex-boyfriend Gary Head, the miscarry of her husband’s baby, and whether Evans became addicted to heroin again.
When Evans miscarried the baby she was going to have with husband Courtland Rogers, she discussed on her Twitter how upset she was that Courtland was out cheating on her while she was in the hospital suffering. Later, Courtland and ex-boyfriend Gary Head would tell reporters that the miscarriage was due to heroin. After Jenelle lost her baby; she ran from Courtland down to Florida into the arms of her ex-boyfriend. Many claimed they were back together; others claimed he was in a relationship with another and Valentine photos existed to prove it.
Jenelle has always been vocal about her sobriety. When the next season of “Teen Mom 2” premiered, it then became a rumor that MTV wanted to send Jenelle to a rehabilitation center; not for drugs, but to help her stay clean because of all the stress in her life. It was stated that MTV did not want to view the episodes that were about to air for fear of a relapse. Jenelle stayed in that rehab center and then transferred to one in North Carolina, only to leave after four days. In true Internet fashion, gossip blogs were all over the story; dissing Evans as a person and as a mother.
March 13 she shared a dinner and perhaps a night with husband Courtland Rogers; but today, she says she is very much “single” and “not dating anyone” Evans writes in a letter to her fans. Evans is taking this time to take care of herself and her son Jace, no one else. She also claims that she realizes she didn’t complete a thirty day rehab because that’s not what she was there for. She went to rehab completely sober. Her “problem isn’t drugs anymore, and never will be again.” Jenelle needs counseling and therapy for being “addicted to relationships.”
Let’s hope she gets herself the help she needs and gets her life back on track – again.
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