'Teen Mom' Ex Courtland Rogers Arrested For Drug Charge DAYS After Son's Birth
Teen Mom 2 ex-husband Courtland Rogers can't stay out of trouble. Jenelle Evans' former man was arrested only days after his son's birth for possession of drugs, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal.
A spokesperson for Brunswick County Jail in North Carolina told RadarOnline.com that Rogers, 32, was booked at 11:19am for possession of a controlled substance and being an habitual felon on April 10, 2018. He was bonded out only at hour later at 12:30pm.
The clerk of court for Brunswick County explained how Rogers appeared in court on April 10. "We had a grand jury meeting and he was indicted on those new cases," the clerk told RadarOnline.com. "He may have been served on those charges in court and was taken into custody to be processed."
Rogers was arrested for a parole violation and habitual felon charges on March 14. He was released on March 22.
On February 22, Rogers was busted for possession with intent to manufacture/sell a schedule III controlled substance. He was also charged with a parole violation. He was released on February 26.
The third arrest this year comes after his wife Lindsey Renee gave birth to their son Camryn Kruze Rogers on March 30.
Rogers was married to Evans from 2012 to 2014. They were both arrested in April 2013 on heroin and assault charges for a domestic dispute.
Evans married second husband David Eason in September 2017.
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