Jan 21, 2014 03:12 PM EST | Jonathan Lambert (email@example.com)
It's time for another Teen Mom update. Jenelle Evans recently admitted that she had an abortion. Amber Portwood's ex revealed that he wouldn't budge on custody, and Farrah Abraham's ex came clean about why he appears on Couples Therapy.
It's been a big week for unplanned pregnancies. Shocking comment of the week, however, is reserved for Jenelle Evans, who revealed that she had an abortion.
The frequently arrested reality star appeared on a promo for the upcoming season of Teen Mom 2 and told audiences that she had an abortion when pregnant with Courtland Rogers' baby.
Unfortunately, Courtland wasn't aware that Jenelle had an abortion. In fact, he found out that Jenelle terminated her pregnancy the same time as the rest of the nation, as he told Radar Online:
"Nobody told me anything. I did not know that Jenelle had gotten pregnant and she didn't talk to me about getting an abortion."
Understandably, Rogers took the news pretty hard. To find out his child was aborted on television really rubbed Courtland the wrong way:
"It's not fair that I found out about the pregnancy on a Teen Mom commercial! I didn't know anything until I got out because I was trying to stay away from the drama. It breaks my heart. It hurts a lot inside. The fact that I had a kid and I didn't even know I had a kid."
Another Teen Mom ex is also speaking out. In an interview with OK! Magazine, Gary Shirley revealed that he would not be extending custody to Amber Portwood anytime soon, despite her progress:
"Well, everyone knows that she went to jail for drugs and stuff. I'm not saying she'll ever get back into that, but I hear stories of how easy it is to relapse because that pressure is always there. I don't want to screw myself over [by agreeing to joint custody] and then have to fight for Leah. So I think it is going to stay the way it is, just to protect Leah."
Farrah Abraham's ex, Daniel Alvarez, is also speaking up. The reality star told The Ashley's Reality Roundup why he agreed to do Couples Therapy:
"I agreed to appear on the show because I saw an opportunity for me to clear the air regarding Farrah and [my] past relationship. In addition and most importantly, I felt it was a good time to give Farrah some direct and honest feedback on what I experienced during our time together."
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