That was fast!
The agreement will last for three weeks, and will then be re-evaluated by the DCFS.
The terms of the temporary agreement, as reported by the gossip outlet, include:
[Image via WENN.]
We were so sad to hear about Jenelle Evans' tragic miscarriage.
But did it all really happen?
The Teen Mom's public behavior after her miscarriage has been so inconsistent, fans are beginning to speculate whether Jenelle was ever really pregnant in the first place.
For instance, Jenelle tweeted she was going to go have some Playstation fun as soon as she got out of the hospital, but then promptly deleted it after an overwhelming negative response.
Ch-ch-check out the pic (below) to see a screenshot of the tweet.
And then there's the fact she's shopping and modeling clothes just hours after supposedly miscarrying?
The (above) pic is from later the same day she was in the hospital. She tweeted:
Mmmmmm…. :) instagr.am/p/U7futRCkER/
— Jenelle Evans (@PBandJenelley_1) January 26, 2013
But why would anyone perpetuate a lie like that?
The rumor is that ex Courtland Rogers is telling people the couple was paid $20,000 by MTV to fake the pregnancy!
We guess the promise of a Teen Mom 2 baby sequel was good for ratings?
We're going to be pretty skeptical of this whole conspiracy theory until we get some kind of confirmation, but if it's true…
Ew. Just ew.
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