Teen Mom Jenelle Evans, ex heroin addict, is pregnant again: that poor baby?

Among the various Teen Moms on MTV, Jenelle Evans, 21, is probably the most messed-up out of the bunch. That’s really saying something when you’re including Amber Portwood, who is currently serving time in prison for violating probation. Both Amber and Jenelle have lost custody of their children, and both have histories of drug abuse, recurring trouble with the law, abusive behavior caught on tape, and volatile on-off relationships. Amber had the sense to sober up by choosing to go to prison (although her options were of course limited) and Jenelle is still deep in denial. The last we reported about Jenelle, in early December, she was marrying a guy who was literally convicted of a felony earlier that same day. How romantic! She since broke up and got back together with him again, all of which she chronicled on Twitter. Oh and she just got out of rehab in late November, where she was treated for an addiction to heroin. In a new interview with Star, Janelle’s husband is announcing that she’s pregnant with her second baby. Jenelle reportedly hopes this will help her earn custody of her first son back, since she’s so capable of caring for herself, not to mention two dependent children.

Jenelle Evans is expanding her family. The Teen Mom 2 star and her husband will welcome their first child together this fall, which means Jenelle’s son, Jace, and Courtland’s daughter, Jordan, will both be getting a little brother or sister — and speaking of Jace, Jenelle is sure that his new baby will help her regain custody.

“Me and Jenelle are so happy that she’s pregnant,” her husband Courtland Rogers tells Star Magazine. “She told me, ‘I’m looking forward to a second chance.’”

As part of that second chance, Jenelle is hoping that she will prove to everyone (especially the court system) that she deserves to have custody of her son. “She thinks if she can prove that she’s a good mother, she can get Jace back,” Courtland adds.

And that just may work. Jenelle is married now and if she’s staying clean and staying focused on her family and her work, that will definitely weigh heavily in her case to get Jace back. However, she’s still going to need the money to get to court, which she recently told fans she didn’t quite have.

According to the mag, Jenelle is about six weeks along and her due date has been set for September 4 — the couple’s nine month wedding anniversary, which means they could have actually conceived their baby on their wedding night right after they celebrated at Jenelle’s favorite hang out — the Olive Garden!

Just yesterday, Jenelle hinted that she was staying clean for more than just the sake of being drug-free. She wrote, “I’ve been clean for months now and there’s a reason.”

[From Reality Tea]

Jenelle has not been sober “for months.” Radar reported that she was “involuntarily committed into a mental health facility” after Thanksgiving, when her mom noticed track marks on her arms. That means she has been sober for a whole two months, tops, which I guess really counts as “months” in Jennele’s world. I just hope that she stays sober for her baby’s sake, but given her history and the very sketchy guy she married I doubt that they’ll have custody of the child for long.

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  1. littlestar says:

    I apologize if I offend anyone, but WTF! This woman (and her new husband) are complete losers! How about getting YOUR life together before bringing a new life into the world? I will never understand how we have to get a license to drive a vehicle, but anyone (specifically these losers) can have a baby. What are they thinking?!

    • Melanie says:

      I’m not sure how that would offend anyone. This woman doesn’t need a baby. I don’t have a problem with former addicts having families some day but I think they should be sober and living a stable life for years, not a couple of months. Jenelle always seems to think if she does a good job for a couple of days or weeks that she should be given all the responsibility of someone who has been doing everything right their whole life.

    • Chrissie Malcolm says:

      You are completely right in everything you say. This kind of situation breaks my heart and makes me sick in equal measure. If television companies are going to make cheap entertainment from these people in my opinion they have a moral responsibility to also find them help, be it therapy or counselling (certainly not money!). It is completely unacceptable in a supposedly civilized society to use the misery of others as entertainment. This young woman and others like her need help and their poor children need protection from the erratic, destructive lifestyle into which they’ve been born. It’s heart-breaking.

    • leelee says:

      Having experienced my own daughter’s two year nightmare as an iv heroin addict (she is the same age as Janelle), if this odious past Teen Mom is pregnant with baby #2 she is proving to the world she’s a bona fide narcissistic sociopath. To be so recently out of rehab and already fixating on her “second chance” as a mom shows she is concerned ONLY with herself. Everyone else, men, offspring, her own mother, friends, are merely props & conduits in her sick, twisted world. There needs to be a media blackout on this useless ho. Not that it will have any impact on her behavior but at least it won’t be giving girls the impression her choices are worthy of tv shows, magazine spreads, etc.

  2. DeltaJuliet says:

    “She hopes this is her second chance”.

    WTF? What about your poor kids?!?! Don’t they deserve to grow up in a home with mature, responsible adults who put THE KIDS needs before their own? I’m so sick of all this Teen Mom BS. Screw you and your second (third, fouth …..) chances.
    /end rant

    • littlestar says:

      I’m not sure why my comment didn’t show up above, but I basically said the same thing as you. I just don’t understand these losers reasoning! You have to take a test to get a license, but any dead-beat can have a child. This child stands little to no chance of having a good life – how can it when it’s mother was literally doing an extreme drug like heroine just a few short months ago?

      • Tifygodess24 says:

        I think this all the time.

      • BreeinSEA says:

        I totally get the idea of how can someone be accepted for a license and still be able to have children when theyre cleary dysfunctional however, to compare giving life to a regulated system creeps me out. Feels like a big brother scenario and I dont want anyone telling me what I can or cant do with my body. I feel for those children…. that guy reaks of sketchyness.

      • itstrue says:

        I am so sick of the “big brother” crap. If you have nothing to hide who cares if people are in your business. And p.s. there is no big brother.

  3. DeltaJuliet says:

    And also, she thinks this will get her the first kid back? Is she stupid? More likely, she will lose this one as well.

  4. Zigggy says:

    Oh good for her, she’s so deserving of this blessing. Such a great mom to her first son.

    • SandyStrange says:

      Nice sarcasm, Zigggy. Hope Jenelle doesn’t read it, dumbass may take it at face value.

      Oh, Christ! What the hell is wrong with these people?!?! All these teen moms are messes, but she takes the cake. With any luck the baby will be born addicted and messed up. Pisses me off, some people shouldn’t be able to procreate.

  5. Mimi says:

    In my opinion, Child Protective Services shoud be waiting outside the delivery room so they can take that poor kid away from this chick. She has zero ability to even care for herself much less two children.

    • swack says:

      Unfortunately these babies do go home. My daughter works in a NICU and deals with drug babies all the time. I asked if they get to go home with the parents and she said as long as they are going home to a clean environment then they get to go home. Many times these families are living with mom and/or dad and so have a clean environment. To me, unless the parents can show they are sober and can stay sober (have to take random drug/alcohol tests) then the babies should not be in the home.

      • Kat says:

        I worked for CPS for two years. Her child is already in the system, she is barely clean; I guarantee you if she has been on my caseload, we would be placing the new baby at birth.

        Yes, babies do to home to parents who have no business raising them (and often then are removed later), but when there is a history of abuse or neglect, this is less likely to happen. At least in my experience.

  6. Tanya says:

    I guess Barb will be raising 2 of Jenelle’s kids now.

  7. Em says:

    She should have been sterilized after she had Jace. She’s an ignorant drug addict with serious anger management and mental issues. She has no business looking at a baby, let alone birthing one.

    • kristin says:

      Cause addicts never ever rehabilitate.

      Cough Robert Downey Jr cough

    • Erinn says:

      I really dislike when people start bringing in the sterilization card. It’s terrifying. Yes, there are people who should not have children. But who should decide that? It brings up the whole eugenics issues that people are just going to be sterilized based on whatever determining factors. Not exactly a practice of human rights being taken into account.

      Though I agree on the basic idea of this woman not having any more children.

      • Em says:

        Erinn, I didnt mean she needed to be held down and sterilized against her will. My point was that she’s already got a 3 yr old she hasn’t done right by since day one, so she really shouldn’t be having anymore kids to leave for her poor mother to raise. Also, can she even maintain her sobriety long enough to give birth? Probably not.

      • Amy says:

        I’ll go there… this woman should be held down and sterilized against her will. Period.

      • Spooky says:

        I’ll be the second one to go there. Some people, and in my opinion, MANY people should NOT have children. If people had the ability to self-edit and think about what they honestly can offer an 18+ year project to raise a successful human then people wouldn’t say things like there should be a test, a license, etc. But, they don’t and they can’t, and frankly, I would much rather have some dumb broad spayed than be mugged by her failed parenting experiment.

      • Spooky says:

        I’ll be the second one to go there. Some people, and in my opinion, MANY people should NOT have children. If people had the ability to self-edit and think about what they honestly can offer an 18+ year project to raise a successful human then people wouldn’t say things like there should be a test, a license, etc. But, they don’t and they can’t, and frankly, I would much rather have some junkie broad spayed than be mugged by her failed parenting experiment.

      • Spooky says:

        I’ll be the second one to go there. Some people, and in my opinion, MANY people should NOT have children. If people had the ability to self-edit and think about what they honestly can offer an 18+ year project to raise a successful human then people wouldn’t say things like there should be a test, a license, etc. But, they don’t and they can’t and frankly I would much rather have some dumb broad spayed than be mugged by her failed parenting experiment.

  8. aims says:

    That poor baby. Good people who would give their lives for a baby cannot get pregnant. It so unfair. I hope the baby is drug free and dhs is outside the birthing room. Also l, I hope the doctor ” accidentally sterilize” her.

    • claire says:

      No kidding. When I think about my stable friends that would make great parents struggling with fertility, then read about morons like this girl popping them out left and right, I just get furious.

  9. Itteh Bitteh says:

    Dude looks like Vanilla Ice. Jussayin’

  10. kristin says:

    I feel so bad for her, because I know what its like to have a mother like hers. But heroin isn’t the answer, no babies.

  11. Patrice says:

    Only the most messed up of minds would think that making another baby (when the state has already decided that she’s incapable of taking care of the first) would not only be a good idea, but would somehow “help her” regain custody of her first child.

    This Teen Mom show is the perfect example of why throwing lots of money at someone doesn’t fix/change themor their already existing problems for the better. It maybe even makes them worse.

    My heart goes out to this little baby :(

  12. mel2 says:

    I pray she gives the baby up for adoption.

  13. Sweet Dee says:

    Bitch needs a government-mandated IUD. Actually, it would benefit the entire country if we started doing that to people like her.

    • Sam says:

      My doctor is a big supporter of telling teen girls and moms that MOST teen girls should be on some kind of long-term birth control (like implants and IUDS). Even if they’re not having sex or planning to. That way, the girl has BC long before she’ll ever need it, which decreases mistakes and user error. And BC becomes normalized for the girl and isn’t a big deal. It also leads to far fewer pregnancies. Thus, the girl can only get pregnant when she wants to. I’m not sure of the feasibility of it, but it sounds like a decent plan.

      • Em says:

        My mother put me on BC when I started high school. Her reasoning was that when I eventually started having sex, I wouldn’t tell her and she didn’t want any grand babies. Well, my mother was right, and thanks to her foresight I have never been unprotected or had so much as a pregnancy scare. Where I live though, a suggesting that teen girls be given BC is met with gasps of disbelief and pearl clutching. I wish more people were open to the idea; it’d probably cut way, way down on the number of unplanned and unwanted babies.

      • OttawaGirl says:

        I’ve been on BC for 14 years and apparently it put me into pre-menopause. No sex drive and may not be able to have children. Apparently this happens to a tiny percentage of women on BC and they are usually blissfully unaware. I’m now being treated with hormone injections and therapy in hopes of righting my chemistry.

        So mandated BC may not be the answer either…

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        @Ottawa, I took the depo provera shot for 14 years (beginning when I was a teen) and now have PCOS. My reproductive endocrinologist suspects the depo shot is what affected my hormones, causing annovulation, polycystic ovaries and infertility. There hasn’t been too much research devoted to the theory, although there have been enough cases like mine that doctors strongly advise against depo if you haven’t had children yet or would like more children in the future. Thankfully, I was able to conceive with the help of medical intervention. Just wanted to let you know you arent alone and I hope you get your hotmail issue figured out 😔

      • Evie says:

        MorticiansDoI..that is terrible, I am amazed your doctor let you take the shots for so long. I was on depo provera shots for a while here in Australia but we are only allowed on it something like three cycles in 10 years (not sure exactly but something like that) because of the impacts of long term use. Glad it all worked out okay for you.

  14. judyjudy says:

    I hope she names the baby Ke$ha.

    • ZigZagZoey says:

      Bwahahahahaha!!! Awesome ~ And she probably will, complete with dollar sign….

      I think MTV should be responsible for whatever crap happens when these kids grow up. The welfare, the jailtime, etc…

      • Leah says:

        MTV or Dr. Drew. The guy is an exploiter of the worst kind. I don’t believe his b.s. about trying to prevent teen pregnancy. Personally, I wish MTV had set up some sort of trust fund or it had been written into the contract that a certain thing had to be done with the money these girls made from doing the show.

      • ZigZagZoey says:

        You mean it wasn’t specifically for boob implants and drugs?

        You are SO right. Why would no one have thought of this?

  15. Rachel says:

    I shouldn’t read these things. It just makes me too angry. I have friends who have spent their lives and life savings trying to become parents. They are good, decent people. This monster can get pregnant at the drop of a hat, and would never have the good sense to give this baby up for adoption.

  16. SandyStrange says:

    To Kristin: No one said they aren’t, but it’s been what, 2 months since she’s been out of rehab? For heroin addiction, at that. She could have been responsible and waited, putting her life on track in the meantime. But no, just spit out another baby. Not that I support sterilization, just fucking common sense.

  17. JL says:

    What a shame.
    The best thing that can happen is she gives the child up for adoption and she is dropped from the show.

    Stop this insanity now!

  18. Dani says:

    Yep, Grandma really wants to clean up this second mess. 50+ and will have 2 toddlers! Poor Barb.

  19. Dawn says:

    Poor baby and poor Barb. It must be hard enough to raise Jace at her age but now to add a baby is going to be so hard. Because someone other than Janelle needs to raise this kid.

  20. potatopatch says:

    oh honestly – just call me old (I am)but I wish that “teen pregnancies” weren’t glorified by having a tv series focus on it. Most of these mothers and their babies continue living with parents, they can’t seem to hang on to a job-if they find one, they have a hard time returning to school, they want to continue living “their teen life” and going out with friends once that baby is born – leaving it at home for mom and dad to take care of. This is responsible parenting? I think most of the “mothers” featured have all used a lot of their earnings from that show for things unrelated to helping their children – as in: tattoos, breast enlargements, Farrah and her face – you name it, it has been done. Where are the trust funds or saving accounts for the little ones? And this person does NOT need another child.

    • Sam says:

      I dislike it because it’s innaccurate. Most of the girls on the show come from middle to upper class backgrounds and don’t really hurt for money or material needs and live in suburban or rural areas. However, in reality, the vast majority of teenage moms are living in cities and they are living below the poverty line. The show (to my knowledge) has never portrayed such a girl – and to me, that creates a skewed picture of teenage motherhood. They should select girls who more accurately represent most teen moms in America.

      • Kim says:

        You know I’ve never seen the show but I’ve seen several Teen Moms on tabloid covers.All of them were White. As a Black woman ,I’m curious are there Black or Hispanic Teen Moms? Is it like The Bachelor with 15 seasons of White bachelors?

      • MonicaQ says:

        As a fellow black woman, I’ve seen one, maybe two (I don’t watch the show often enough to be a fair gauge). And they’re still from middle-middle class families, not in the hood.

      • BeesKnees says:

        There have been several black girls on 16 and pregnant, but none of them became Teen Moms. And Amber, Catelynn (who gave her baby up for adoption), Leah, Kailyn and Jenelle are not from upper middle class homes. All of them had unstable family situations and or had working class families. The only ones who were spoiled and privileged were Farrah, Maci and Chelsea. I hate to admit that I watch this show, but I’m addicted. 16 and pregnant shows a much more diverse array of girls though.

      • Sam says:

        BeesKnees: We’re not talking about wealth. All the girls you listed are middle class. They all own cars, don’t they? They all wear decent clothing, none of them are shown having to pinch pennies or anything like that. The simple fact is that most teen moms in America are living below POVERTY level. That’s not middle class. That’s “going without food and basic stuff for myself so my baby can eat” level. Why does MTV not make a point to show the conditions that most teen moms live in? Unless they do that, they’re not being accurate. From your comment, you don’t sound like you actual know what poverty looks like.

      • Leah says:

        Oh you’d be surprised. There are many, many girls that have been featured on the shows that have come from below upper or middle class families. Some of these girls are struggling to support themselves and a child while still being a teen. Many of them also come from broken homes where the parents are basically absent, on drugs, or just uninvolved in the girls lives.

    • Auruor says:

      Well, interestingly, though, teen pregnancy rates are down across the board in the U.S. They’ve been dropping dramatically for the last decade. I can’t help but believe that in some small part, this is due to the fact that teen girls are more aware of the true nature of young parenthood thanks to shows like “16 and Pregnant.” Not sure about the “Teen Mom” franchise, but shows like “16 and Pregnant” paint a pretty bleak and realistic picture of what it’s like.

      FWIW, I was a teen mom and I never used heroin, went to jail, or endangered my son. I worked multiple jobs to get through college, got a degree and a good job, and eventually got married. Not all teen moms are inherently bad parents.

  21. Gracie says:

    I wouldn’t let her watch my dog. Lol, It may work this time, and if not, maybe the next! LoL

  22. Samigirl says:

    Seems to me she should be worrying about getting custody of the child she already has instead of making another one that someone else will have to take care of. I don’t watch the show, but I know everything about this girl and I cannot STAND her.

  23. Sam says:

    I feel like MTV is sorta aiding and abetting this now. If she didn’t have the show as a vehicle, nobody would pay her any attention. The network loves the drama she (and Amber) generated (they even gave Amber her own special). But the show constantly portrayed the only couple to give their baby up for adoption as always bickering over it and made it into a source of strife for them. Which I sort of felt was unfair (especially since they always maintained that they never regretted it). The biggest responsibility is Jenelle’s but the network probably is just please with this too, since it’ll create an awesome new storyline. And that’s irresponsible, IMO.

    • RN says:

      Let’s not forget the responsibility of the advertisers and the viewing public. After all, people could choose not to watch this drivel. Instead, they lap it up like the mindless robots they are.

      Actually, let me correct that last statement. I watched a segment of “60 Minutes” on Sunday, profiling how robots are drastically changing the workforce. I think robots are smarter.

    • Becky says:

      Right before Amber went to jail, there were several scenes in which she was clearly under the influence and literally could barely keep her eyes open. In the scenes, she was driving, while talking on the phone, completely out of it. I don’t understand how production didn’t stop taping and make her get out of the car. she was such a danger to all the other cars on the road. How are they not liable? How can they tape something like that and not interfere? It seems stupid from a legal point of view.

  24. handsome man saved me from the monsters says:

    Totally agree potatopatch. They shouldn’t have been rewarded for their behaviour on the first place, it only encourages this type of shit. Hey, she got a tv show out of the first one, why would it be a bad idea for her to do it again?

  25. Joy says:

    Let’s all chip in and get her a Mirena.

  26. erika says:

    this makes me so sick, so so SICK. STUPIDITY – just ignorance, plain, self serving, drugging IGNORANCE.

    i really think these ‘mtv teen mom’ chicks view themselves as ‘celebrities’ why not? they get talked about in all the celebrity blogs so why not? and they do some really SICK S***t and get publicity for it, they tweet, instagram all about their sick, sh***ty teen mom lives like the world gives a damn.

    so sick. God please intervene and help this poor unborn child. it has a drug addict and an idiot for a mother.

    I hope you’re reading you sick, tw*sted twatty….teen mom. do your child a favor, give it the biggest gift and set it out for adoption.

    • Joy says:

      I follow her on twitter because I love a good trainwreck. You can’t imagine all the people who say “oh Jenelle you’re a good mom and you’re TRYING and don’t listen to the haters!” They aren’t haters, they’re realists.

      • virginia5 says:

        Not going to lie I have been recently creeping on jenelle’s twitter page, and I just can’t believe all these girls on there think Jenelle is a good mom. Do they watch the same show as us??? :/

        Its very scary to see people thinking what Jenelle has done is no big deal.

      • erika says:

        now there’s an idea, get on twitter and send her a message tht way…it’s just sick and the cycle goes on, if she has a hand in raising these kids their chances at a successful life are lowered because she’s at the wheel. heroin??? really??

  27. KellyinSeattle says:

    He sounds like a real winner, too. What a catch, both of them.

  28. Madriani's Girl says:

    She may not have custody for long but what will that poor little baby have to endure in the interim until Children’s Services removes it from the home? Dear God.

  29. Sue says:

    Crying for that poor baby!! & the one already here! So sad!!

  30. the original bellaluna says:

    Teen Mom is bullshit. Show me the “teen mom” whose mother told her “there is no ‘your room’ in this house;” who had to go apply for welfare to keep a roof over her baby’s head; who WALKED or took a bus (GASP!! SHOCK!!) to the grocery store (hello, WIC) and doctors appointments for “well baby” check-ups; who traded child-care with a roommate (in a 2 bdrm 1 bath apartment) so she could ATTEND college! AND maintain a decent (3.5) GPA. These girls are just so…UGH.

    THAT’S a teen mom. Not this MTV-funded bullshit.

  31. Cecada says:

    Well, of course. Children don’t add any stress at all; why, they practically raise themselves!!! Surely with TWO churrins she is guaranteed to stay straight!!!!

    (cue EPIC EYE ROLL)

  32. Memphis says:

    That poor child doesn’t stand a chance if left with Janelle and her temporary husband. She’s proven time and again she doesn’t give a shit about anyone but herself. And poor Jace isn’t much better off with crazy ass screaming Barb! Damn, poor kids.

    And she thinks the courts are going to see this as a good thing? How? It’s just round two of the same shit only this time you will have a more to deal with with an ex husband. Neither of you will take on the responsibility and you will be back to begging mom for help.

    I wish the courts would take both children from the whole damn Fuc%ed up family and put them with people that would care for them and love them..A place where they wouldn’t be constantly exposed to all the bullshit and fuc%ed-up-ness this family brings into their lives.

    Teen mom my ass. She is a grown ass woman who continues to make nothing but bad choices.

  33. Rex says:

    OMG that is so messed up!! I’ve been following her/Courtland’s shenanigans on Twitter these past couple of weeks and watching them on their Stickams, and I thought for sure she has been doing heroin these past few weeks because she always has droopy eyes, acts tired, talks about passing out at 8:30 pm and waking up at 4:30 am etc. I really hope she hasn’t been doing drugs (let alone heroin) during her pregnancy… Jenelle has SERIOUS mental issues that could possibly surpass Lohan, all you have to do is read her tweets/listen to her talk, I can’t believe the stupid shit that flies out of her mouth sometimes. I try to give the husband the benefit of the doubt but the dude looks/acts/talks like a big druggie, this is not going to end well. Poor Babs :(

  34. Dreamyk says:

    Horrifying. I don’t watch the show and only know about this girl and her husband from gossip blogs..but holy crap.

    Nothing is ideal about this situation. The two of them are both crazy immature.

    It saddens me the damage that unborn child has or may experience because of drug use. My sis-in-law is missing chunks of her brain because both her bio mother and father were active heroin junkies and her son was born with several birth defects because her DNA is so janky.


  35. Noinin says:

    I truly despise her. She also had a reason to be clean before!!! I really hope the kid is taken away as soon as she/he is born. Those two are selfish and dumb as rocks.

  36. Sarabeth says:

    Well she bragged about smoking weed with her first kid. There’s no reason to believe she won’t use drugs pregnant this time. She needs to be sterilized. The worst of humanity

  37. Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

    Don’t act so shocked.

  38. Melissa says:

    I don’t think this is true at all (at least I’m hoping). Her husband is quoted in Star Magazine, so he and Jenelle must have made some money off of this.(Jenelle can’t make a quote herself due to her MTV contract) Plus, when has Star Magazine ever been reliable? I won’t be surprised if this story disappears and there was never baby; just two addicts who needed more money for their fix.

    I rather it be a situation where they’re just looking for money versus there actually being a poor child caught up in this mess.

    • j says:


      I have followed it a bit on Twitter and look at some of her ex-friend’s accounts occasionally as well. I wouldn’t be surprised at all if they two of them sold the story to Star to get money. She mentioned very recently on her Twitter that she’s broke (can’t afford school, etc, etc) and they are living with Courtland’s parents right now.

      She does have some serious issues though and goes off/on her bi-polar meds. And in some ways I feel bad for her because all these guys she has been with are totally using her because she’s on MTV.

  39. dorothy says:

    Her poor mom. She’ll be raising 2 babies. I’ve no doubt the State will take this one away as well.

    • Noinin says:

      The mom is probably not the best role model either…. I think the roots of Jenelle problems (teen pregnancy, drugs, bazillion of loser boyfriends) are still in an unhealthy family life… I don’t adhere to the theory of the black sheep. I hope Jace manages to grow up and become a balanced individual.

  40. qtpi says:

    Meanwhile my amazing sister has battled infertility for 8 years with no success. One of the harshest things we have to learn to accept in this lifetime – that a lot of things aren’t fair.

    • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

      Tell her not to give up! After 11 years, 5 miscarriages and one stillbirth, my mom had me. I’m also infertile and was able to have two healthy little boys. Best of luck to your sister!

  41. Jennifer12 says:

    The grandmother has raised her kids (the other one seems normal) and shouldn’t have to raise her grandkids, but that seems to be the norm with this generation. They want to have a baby and don’t know that’s different from being parents. You can’t spend time on Twitter and leaving at 3 a.m. and putting your business on the street when you’re supposed to be raising a child. Neither of these two idiots have any interest in careers or an education or any kind of stability. I’ll go there-sterilize them both. All three kids are going to suffer, along with the many half siblings they will have eventually. I know so many people who have struggled for years to have kids, or have emptied out their retirement funds to adopt- why these two can procreate is beyond me.

  42. DanaG says:

    If she can’t look after the one she already has what makes her think she can look after this one? I see another custody hearing and the baby being taken away. They aren’t even a stable couple..girl is an idiot. Guess she has gone through all her teen mom money. Poor Barb bet she is thrilled. Jenelle can hardly call herself a mother Barb has raised Jace. Jenelle comes and goes as she pleases and does whatever she wants she doesnt get that kids take first priority and I doubt she will with the next one. If she has it……

  43. CocoBelly says:

    Jenelle is a hot mess indeed. The mention of Amber Portwood being in jail for violating probation made me think of Lohan, who has done seemingly more bad things than Amber and yet goes free. It’s insanity!!!!! Chaps my hide!

  44. Lee says:

    Two words…..mandatory sterilization….for both of those morons….

  45. Sunny says:

    Omg! Yay! Congrats to the new family!

  46. Erika says:

    I hate when ppl ^^^^^^ like to judge on what they see & hear on tv !! No one is perfect and make huge mistakes !! No one should be judging unless y’all are perfect. She was a teen for god sake. Let her live her life & unless you support her don’t talk shit

  47. fridayhype says:

    I’m surprised Keefer Delp didn’t knock her up when those two were an item. Jenelle extends her 15 minutes of fame and gets a new storyline on MTV.

    Remember Jenelle all good things comes to an end like the original Teen Mom cast. Whatcha gonna do when the checks stop rolling in?

  48. ashleigh says:

    I was using heroin…got pregnant and got clean. now, I have been clean for six years and have two beautiful boys! Sadly, stories like mine are the exception rather than the rule.

    She needs to focus on her sobriety first…this is messed up.