'Teen Mom' Jenelle Evans Marries Courtland Rogers In ‘Shotgun’ Wedding

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By Maria Vultaggio | December 5, 2012 12:54 PM EST

Jenelle Evans might have been more worried about a Kesha concert than going to jail on Monday night’s “Teen Mom 2,” but according to her sister Evans has married her fiancé in a “shotgun” wedding.

Perez Hilton quoted her sister Ashleigh Evans, the first one to reveal the news, by saying:

 "My sister got married this morning, it was a shotgun courthouse wedding.”

Her sister continued, “My mother was totally shocked and had to hear it from someone else. Our whole family is shocked because they have not been dating very long.”

Jenelle Evans has gone to rehab and jail because of her addiction to marijuana and her sister Ashleigh believers Evans tied the knot with Rogers to take away attention from her drug charges.

“I'm sure she did this to distract from all the drug accusations that have been flying around and of course she thinks it will help her get custody of Jace back from mom if she is married."

According to Us Weekly, it was only two ago that Evans announced she was engaged, which came as a shock itself since she had only been dating Rogers for three months. 

Not to mention Evans broke off her engagement with ex-fiance Gary Head in May only to start dating Rogers a few months later in September. 

The “Teen Mom” isn’t known for making rational decisions, like when she told her lawyer that she couldn’t go to jail on a specific day because she needed to go to a Kesha concert.

Even after Evans found herself in jail, she still went to the concert after getting bailed out by her friend instead of getting in contact with her lawyer and her mother.

Her sister Ashleigh hasn’t appeared on  “Teen Mom 2” but Evans relationship with her mom is one of the highlights of the show.

Check out new episodes of “Teen Mom 2” on MTV every Monday at 10/9c. 

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