After 26 days of what was surely wedded bliss, fans were lead to believe that Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans had called it quits with her husband Courtland Rogers.
The duo were fighting on Twitter on Dec. 30 and hinted that they had split. "First of all why is yr daughter up at 11pm anyways when u were 'talking' to her on the phone?! Haha right," Evans tweeted yesterday about Rogers being on the phone late at night, and then wrote to him, "IM SINGLE."
If you're confused about what happened, don't worry; Courtland gave a very lengthy description of his side of the story on the social media site, but then quieted talks of a split just days later.
"So I just got broke up with because of talkin to my lil girl on the phone last night finally getting to here her tell me she loves dada! Wow. I cannot believe this," he tweeted.
"Now she is threatening me to tell the world I do herion so everyone hates me just because I hear my daughters voice and realized I have to father to Jaja no matter what because that is my blood and I love Jaja to f--king death so if u are gonna leave me because of that then bye. I want my wife to realize that I have a daughter that I love nd that wen I hear her lol voice tell me she loves me it melt my heart. Whoever thinks I am wrong for hearing my little girl tell me she loves me and goodnight dada f--k that I love jordan !!! She comes first."
Rogers even tweeted Janelle's ex, Gary Head, telling him, "i am sorry I shoulda never disrespected u I wish I would of listened to u bro she just divorced me for talking to my daughter."
However, Courtland tweeted today, Jan. 1, that he and Evans are still together. "For the record I never broke up with jenelle we took a day break with our families to enjoy time with them I love her with all my heart," he wrote. "Jenelle and I are happily married I don't know why the news said we were officially getting a divorce when clearly we are together lol."
The troublesome reality star tied the knot in a quickie courtroom wedding to her then-fiancé on Dec. 4 in Brunswick County, N.C.
"They came in [on Monday] and I issued them a license," a court official told E! News. "They went next door (to the courthouse), got married and brought it back signed."
(Originally published Dec. 31, 2012, at 4:43 p.m. PT)