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TMI! ‘Teen Mom’ Jenelle Evans Tweets: ‘Getting New Birth Control In Now’

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Jun. 29 2012, Published 9:30 a.m. ET

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By Alexis Tereszcuk - Entertainment Editor

Jenelle Evans is a teen mom, but she’s making sure she doesn’t get pregnant again and has all the details about what protection she’s using.

“Getting new birth control in now, it's very important to get yrself birth control ladies!!” Jenelle Tweeted on Friday.

She recently showed off a picture in her bikini, saying she wasn’t pregnant, and in her latest post she shared a picture of the label from her birth control, IMPLANON, which is an implant that prevents pregnancy for up to three years, according to pharmaceutical company Merck.

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The troubled MTV star does not have custody of her young son Jace, who lives with her mother Barbara Evans, but exclusively reported that she is planning to ask the court to reinstate her parental custody.

"Nothing has been filed but Jenelle has expressed an interest in getting custody of Jace back," her lawyer Dustin Sullivan previously told

"She would really like to have Jace back with her again."

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Jenelle is ending the crazy week that started when she was arrested following a fight with her fiancé Gary Head. exclusively reported that Gary “beat the sh*t out of her,” and even “strangled her with a bed sheet.”

They two have apparently broken up, and Jenelle often goes back to her ex-boyfriend Kieffer Delp, but she’s making sure that she’s not going to get pregnant again!




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