So, there's shocking, "oh my God, I never saw that coming" reality television gossip, and then there's this. Because, believe me, you saw this coming and will in no way be the least bit shocked. Former Teen Mom star Jenelle Evans' former boyfriend Kieffer Delp was arrested. Again. You may remember him as the homeless dude who got the innocent Janelle hooked on Ke$ha heroin…and it was all captured by MTV's cameras.
This news is especially entertaining for me because a dear friend of mine texted me last week to see if he was missing out on any Kieffer gossip. This friend practices law in Brunswick County and was appointed to one of Kieffer's cases a while ago. Every once in a while he checks in to see if I have heard how his "old pal" is doing. So, this one is for you, buddy (although you likely knew it before I did)!
No more Teen Mom 2 notoriety for you Courtland Rogers! Upon returning to the real world you'll have to also return to being a nobody on twitter. But being a twitter superstar was so awesome… too bad it doesn't pay!
So back to the news, Courtland is getting out of jail today according to his sister and his new girlfriend. He struck a plea deal for time served because he agreed to just plead guilty to the charges.
Upon his release Courtland looks forward to a sober life WITHOUT axis of crazy Jenelle Evans! Unfortunately the two were forced to come face-to-face in court yesterday morning! OK, so I'm not sure if they actually came into contact with each other but they were both there!
Courtland Rogers, the jailed husband of Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans, is looking forward to life after jail, err, Jenelle, err, jail. Um – same thing? Pretty much if you get mixed up with Jenelle Evans, you end up in jail, right?
Courtland's sister Carson Rogers and her boyfriend Jim Yonkers have shared the details of their last jailhouse visit with Courtland with Reality Tea.
Sounds like Courtland is in good spirits. "I have not seen him smile that much since he was a kid and before he was on drugs," said Jim. "He has gained his weight back and looks so healthy."
Courtland's day in court is finally on the horizon, and according to an inside source, his entire defense relies on blaming the heroin on Jenelle. Nearly three months in the slammer and that's the best he could do?
Jenelle and Courtland Rogers have been living with Courtland's mother since they married in December. Well, some of that time was spent broken up, when they played house with old flames, chilled in hotel rooms with new flames, went to rehab, and ran from the law, but I digress. Anyway, TMZ reported, the incident that went down on Tuesday was the last straw for Courtland's mom and now Jenelle is no longer welcome in her home.
Jenelle was told to immediately retrieve her belongings, which were boxed and ready to go, from Courtland's mom's house once released from jail. She did as she was told, accompanied by her mother and a police officer, but the pickup was far from drama-free.
The saga that is Jenelle Evans' tragic life continues to grow more tumultuous by the second.
Yesterday Jenelle was arrested for 5 criminal charges, including heroin possession and assault. Jenelle's bail was set at $20,260. The Teen Mom 2 star has officially been bailed out of jail and was back on twitter announcing that she was quitting the tweets - again. She tweeted, "Bye Twitter." Then took to tweeting some more. So, if this was your 6th arrest at age 21, would you really be immediately hopping on social media to act like nothing is wrong?
Anyway… North Carolina's Caswell Beach Police Department Chief of Police George Kassler told Celebuzz that Jenelle's husband Courtland Rogers was also arrested. He says the police were called to the scene over a domestic dispute. "They were arrested on the street outside their dwelling," he revealed.
Jenelle been absent on twitter the last couple days which prompted rumors that she's back in treatment. Her attorney, Dustin T. Sullivan confirmed that yes, Jenelle is back in rehab for unspecified drug use.
"Jenelle is in a rehabilitation treatment facility in North Carolina to address any addiction issues for drug use," Mr. Sullivantells E! News. No word on how long Jenelle is expected to stay in treatment, but Courtland promises he'll be waiting!