Courtland Rogers, husband of 'Teen Mom' star Jenelle Evans, arrested for domestic violence

By Stephanie Kaplan,
Courtland Rogers, who married Evans in a shotgun wedding, was arrested earlier this week for abuse

Jenelle Evans, one of the stars of MTV's Teen Mom 2, recently made headlines that discussed abuse and rehab day after day. After recently trying to run away, her estranged husband Courtland Rogers was arrested on charges of domestic violence Tuesday, March 5.

According to Radar Online, after the couple found out that they were expecting, Rogers' behavior became erratic. A source told the site, “He wasn’t sleeping and had been out partying and he was acting like a maniac.” It was said that Rogers physically abused Evans, although it was claimed that Evans was trying to rest due to possible miscarriage symptoms.

Radar Online shared that the warrant for his arrest stated he was accused of “picking [Evans] up, throwing her against the wall, bashing her head on the wall, punching her in her head, back, stomach and legs.”

Perez Hilton reports that Rogers was released from Brunswick County jail Wednesday afternoon. Through all of the horrific drama, Rogers took to his Twitter, after his release, nochalantly saying, “shout out to BRUNSWICK COUNTY JAIL for actually taking a nice mugshot pic of me lol……damn i am sexy as a motha fu@c&er.” As of now, Rogers's Twitter account is suspended.

While the status of their relationship is currently unknown, a source stated to Radar Online, “Jenelle wants to get this guy out of her life and she’s not planning on talking to him when she gets out of rehab.”

MTV's Teen Mom 2 currently airs at 10 p.m. on Mondays.

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