On Tuesday night it was rumored that “Teen Mom 2” star Jenelle Evans had been rushed to the hospital after having a miscarriage, and just a day later she took to Twitter to announce she would be getting a divorce from her husband Courtland Rogers after days of public feuding on Twitter.
The Twitterverse has seen the couple’s marriage unravel as the 21-year-old reality star began to believe that her husband of less than two months had cheated on her.
The infidelity claims came just days after the mother of 4-year-old Jace announced she was seven weeks pregnant with her husband’s child.
On Wednesday, after hours of speculating why she had been rushed to the hospital, the troubled celebrity took to her Twitter account to share her decision to end her marriage:
“I am getting a divorce, ASAP. YOU F***ING LEAVE OUT OF TOWN AND I MIGHT BE HAVING A MISCARRIGE?! F*** U, U F***ING PIECE OF S***.”
Evans continued to send out numerous, frantic tweets.
“I'm in shock,” she wrote. “And now he just won't answer the phone.”
Implying that she had already filed for divorce papers, Evans tweeted, “And the deed is done.”
At first many people seemed to have assumed that Rogers physically abused her, which then resulted in a hospital visit, but Evans seems adamant on letting everyone know that her husband wasn’t faithful to her.
“Wow ladies coming out of the wood work left and right telling me how unfaithful he was being, omfg....”
Rogers is just as active on Twitter, and briefly spoke about his choice to leave his wife behind in North Carolina, mid-fight, to go visit one of his friend’s graves in Michigan.
“Wow I came to Michigan to see my best friends grave because I honestly don't have much longer on this earth there are things I have to do.”
He alluded to poor health and maintained that he can never done anything to make Evans believe he had cheated on her.
“I never did anything to hurt my wife I always loved her with every ounce of my heart :( I can't take life like this,” he wrote. “She has put me threw hell and back and I ALWAYS been the best man I could for her I am devastated and my whole family knows I didn't do that.”
But none of Evans’ family or friends is buying his defense. Her mother Barbara, who is an integral part of the show, wrote in to her daughter on Twitter:
“HE IS A FRIGGIN DIRTBAG! YAH JUST WAIT TIL I GET MY BABS HANDS ON HIM!”
"Teen Mom 2" premieres every Monday on MTV at 10/9c.