Jenelle Evans and Courtland Rogers married in late 2012, but have been apart almost the entire time since. She is pregnant with another man's baby.
Why don't these two just get divorced already?
Turns out they can't, under North Carolina law, until later this month. A YEAR of legal separation is required before any divorce can be finalized.
It has been almost a year to the day since Jenelle Evans and Courtland Rogers got busted for possession of heroin, which marked their de facto split.
They had broken up and she had an abortion terminating the couple's pregnancy prior to that, but the dual arrest marked the formal filing of paperwork.
Their divorce can finally take place on April 24.
“I’m ready to get him out of my life and move on with being Jenelle EVANS again,” the pregnant reality star told Radar after her husband's latest arrest.