Teen Mom 2: Season 7 Episode 8 Recap


Hello my lovely readers! I’m back at it again with another live recap of everyone’s favorite sh*t show. For all of you who suffered with us through the technical difficulties we experienced last week, I thank you and welcome you to another opportunity for intense schadenfreude. According to the folks over at TV Guide, we can expect this week’s episode to feature stories where “Leah and Corey square off in court over custody of the twins; Jenelle agrees to let Nathan see Kaiser; and Kail struggles to help Isaac, who misses Javi.” Can’t wait to here from everyone down in the comments! So without further ado, let’s get into this week’s episode:

chelsea-houskaChelsea is headed to a town a few hours away this weekend to check out some wedding venues with Cole and a couple friends. Mary comes over to watch Aubree while Chelsea goes away for the weekend and before she even gets inside, she gets her car stuck in a huge snow drift. Chelsea is instantly annoyed and starts slamming cars doors and refusing to help Mary push her car out. Chelsea and some chick named Logyn start to help push. Eventually, Chelsey Grace comes to bring out the big guns. With Chelsey’s help, they get the car out the snow and are on their way!

One the car ride, everyone talks about wedding planning. Chelsea says it’s all very fun and then asks Cole, “Are you sure you want to marry me?” They take a tour of the property and see all the different areas for the ceremony and reception. I’m sure this was cute for a lot of people, but there is seriously nothing for me to say that hasn’t been said already.

The next morning, when Cole is headed down to put the bags in the car Chelsea and Chelsey Grace chat. Chelsea says nothing about wedding planning has been stressful yet. Chelsea says that’s because Cole is a robotic yes man on the same page as her with everything. The court hearing on is on Monday and Chelsea doesn’t want to think about or talk to Adam. She comments that she just hates his stupid face.

Over at Adam’s house, he’s talking to his friend about the child support hearing over pizza while Paislee talks to herself. Her conversation honestly sounded way more intelligent. Adam says that Chelsea’s line of thought is “He has money now, let’s go after that!” Furthermore, he says a judge is going to laugh at Chelsea requesting more child support when she doesn’t even want to adjust the visitation schedule to facilitate a relationship between Aubree and her sister. If this wasn’t Adam talking, he’d almost have a good point.

Chelsea just got out of the child support hearing and heads to Mary’s to pick up Aubree. Mary asks about how everything went and Chelsea explains what went down. The middle man who was supposed to make the recommendation about how much Adam should pay crunched the numbers and says that Adam should be paying close to $1,000 a month in child support. Adam didn’t bother to show up, but Chelsea knows he’ll be pissed when he finds out. She didn’t expect him to show and says she would have been more surprised if he did. Chelsea sulks around for a couple more minutes before collecting Aubree and heading out.

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Everyone is adjusting to life without Javi, and Isaac is having a tough time with it. Luckily, Javi has access to wifi, so everyone can FaceTime with him. He talks to the kids and Kail sweetly, before having to return to work. He promises to call tomorrow morning before Isaac’s field trip. Kailyn sits down to talk with Sterling about everything. Kail is just fine without Javi, but Isaac continues to have constant breakdowns about Javi being gone. Kail hopes for the best in the future.

Jo and Vee sit down at a restaurant with Baby Vivi who turned four months old that day! They talk about Isaac and how he’s adjusting to the change. Isaac has somehow gotten it into his head that Javi is stranded in the dessert with no food or water. Probably because everyone in his household makes it seem like Javi is leaving to fight all of ISIS by himself. Jo thinks it’s funny in a dark way, but feels for Isaac. Vee says that when Isaac is with them, it’s easy for him to forget, but at his mom’s house it’s a lot more obvious Javi is gone. They both acknowledge that he’s young, so he can’t possibly understand everything.

Javi calls on FaceTime again and the family gets to talk. Javi has plans that evening to go sightseeing and shopping for souvenirs off base. He then casually says there’s a lot of ISIS members in Qatar, so he’ll have to watch out for that. Kail begs him to be careful and Javi jokes that if he gets captured, they’ll know where he went. How is that even remotely funny?

Kailyn sits down with Isaac and Lincoln to take another opportunity to beat into Isaac’s head that Javi is gone for a while. They read a book that’s supposed to help kids understand that kind of situation, but it basically just triggers Isaac. Kailyn and Lincoln hug and comfort Isaac as he cries and Kailyn doesn’t finish the book and instead puts the boys to bed. She gives each boy two kisses, one from Javi and one from her. Lincoln continues to steal my heart until Kail turns the lights out.

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Over at Jenelle’s, David rakes leaves while Jenelle pretends to show interest in Kaiser. Apparently, David and Nathan got a chance to meet recently. David says that it all went well enough. David was less than impressed with Nathan and comments on his chicken legs despite his obsession with the gym. Jenelle complains about Nathan and how horrible it is to have to interact with him. She says wistfully that she wishes there was a third person to act as the middle man between she and Nathan. David offers to be that man. He says that if he and Nathan talk, there will be nothing to discuss but Kaiser, so there should be no problems. Jenelle thinks it’s a good idea and David says he’s happy to because he feels like it’s obligation as her boyfriend. He doesn’t want Nathan yelling at Jenelle or making her cry, so he’s prepared to defend her in any situation.

Jace had a spelling test this week and ended up getting a 40. Babs is shocked to hear about the low grade, and Jace becomes upset and ashamed. Barbara dials back he tone and assures Jace that bad grades happen sometime.

Elsewhere, Jenelle sits down with Jamie and tells her about Nathan’s recent visit with Kaiser. Jenelle did not inform Nathan that David would be the one supervising the visit at an arcade. Jenelle says she thought this was a good idea, because she knew Nathan wouldn’t just turn around and not see Kaiser over it. She goes on to say that she doesn’t know Nathan and Jessica’s plans for the assault charges, but if they plan on taking her to court for custody she’s going to make it the hardest battle of their entire life. Jamie laughs nervously.

Nathan goes to see a family law attorney about filing for full custody of Kaiser. He says that he “thinks Kaiser is about 18 months” and then Nathan spills all the details about not knowing Jenelle’s number, her living with David and the arcade stunt Jenelle recently pulled. The lawyer tells Nathan not to communicate with David about anything but Kaiser. They talk about the pending charges and the lawyer gives him some pretty sound advice about how to move forward. She doesn’t say anything that isn’t obvious to us though.

Outside, Jenelle and Jace jump into a big ol pile of leaves. It actually looks like a pretty good time and Jace is having a blast with his mom. Kaiser sees all the fun from in the house with David and bangs the window so Jenelle will see him waving. If this was anyone else, it’d be pretty heartwarming.

Jenelle goes into the bathroom to talk to her lawyer for some reason. She tells Amy that she offered to let Nathan see Kaiser and asked him about what’s going on with Jessica. The lawyer Amy advises her to stay calm and take care of Kaiser and tells her she’ll be in touch if there’s any news. Jenelle then asks David to text Nathan and ask if he’s gotten the “necessities” for Kaiser yet, as well as the address where he’s staying. Nathan replies and says that he does have the baby stuff, but he’s not comfortable giving out his address. Furthermore, Nathan wants to see Kaiser before showing Jenelle the stuff. David and Jenelle gets all pissy, and David texts back some nonsense about Nathan being delusional. The three of them continue to go back and forth about this ridiculous situation like petty children. Leah 3

The power wheelchair is finally frickin fixed! Leah has it loaded into her SUV and heads home with a friend (is that Kayla?) in tow. They talk about how good it will be for Ali to have again. Back at home, Leah shows Ali her chair. While Gracie and Addy seem excited, Ali looks a bit nervous. Before Ali can even hop on, Addy has taken her place to ride on the back like it’s a motorcycle. However, once she starts riding around she warms up to it. Leah reminds her that she always need to try using her legs, but the wheelchair is there for whenever she feels like she may need it.

Corey sees his lawyer to talk about the upcoming court hearing and talks about how much he just wants this all to be settled. At Leah’s place, Leah rings Mama Dawn to ask her to come to the court hearing, but Dawn has better stuff to do so she offers to be there in spirit. Leah cries about how nervous she is and how much the girls have been suffering. She actually manages to pull herself together quite nicely and head to the courthouse. She and Corey head into the hearing to hear the judges decision.

In the hearing, everything got resolved and things worked out pretty well for everyone. Corey and Leah now have a shared parenting plan where everything is split down the middle. On the phone with Jeff, Corey gives Leah a lot of credit and says she’s been getting herself together and getting things done lately. He says that if things go left again, they’ll deal with it accordingly. Leah and Oreo rehash the situation on the way to the car and Leah continues to make everything about her. Victoria manages to make Leah acknowledge that she and Corey worked together to work things out.

Leah goes to pick up the girlses and explains the new custody deal to them. Gracie and Leah exchange sweet words and have a good laugh together. When they get to the drop off, Leah and Corey talk about how they’ll co-parent going forward. Corey lets Leah know that he never wanted Leah to not be a mom to the twins. They are both tired of going to court and plan to work together as a team. This episode actually ended on a high note!

Is Leah Messer Actually Done With MTV?

It’s been six years since Leah Messer made her reality TV debut as a cute, spunky cheerleader on

LEAH MESSERMTV’S 16 and Pregnant, and Messer has continued working with MTV non-stop ever since. In just six years, Messer starred on seven seasons of MTV’s spin-off, Teen Mom 2.



While Messer once was a fan favorite as many envied her seemingly quaint and tight knit relationship with Corey Simms, her subsequent divorce and relationship problems thereafter would end up with her being the subject of a TON of negativity.

In 2014, following rumors that Messer was abusing prescription medication, several sources announced with confidence that Messer was quitting the Teen Mom franchise after Season 5. RadarOnline.com said that Messer was concerned the discussions about her behavior would lead for her to lose custody of her children. Unfortunately, that ended up having just several months later as Messer was denied primary custody of her six-year-old twins, but Messer didn’t leave the show.


Messer went through a second messy divorce with ex-Jeremy Calvert, and just like her previous divorce, the cheating accusations were abundant. Following a stay in rehab for her medication abuse, Messer found love again with personal trainer T.R. Dues, but instead of fans being happy for her, they criticized her for moving too fast. Two months ago, she called it quits and happily announced she was a single mother once again.


Shortly after, Messer began to publicly criticize MTV for editing scenes to paint her in a more negative light than reality would have. She called the show a “fake a#%  TV show” and said she was #SoOverIt, which was not the first time Messer took to her Twitter to blast MTV for its editing tactics.

Several sources say if it weren’t for Messer’s contract, she would leave the show behind in a heartbeat. 

Would you be sad if Messer called it quits? Or would you say good riddance? Sound-off in the comment section. 




Farrah Abraham’s Interesting Week

For those of you who love to hate Farrah Abraham, it’s a good week for you.

Yesterday, Abraham ended the week by starting a new feud with fellow attention-seeker celebrity Blac Chyna – that is, if Chyna choses to engage with her, which she hasn’t yet.

Abraham started the feud on Instagram after, for whatever reason, she decided to refer to Chyna as a “f—ing monkey” in a comment on a video Chyna posted of herself. In the video she’s innocently jamming to a song off Beyonce’s latest release.

While Chyna has chosen not to respond yet, the comment prompted significant backlash from others; “racist” can now be added to the extensive list of names Abraham has been insulted with over the years.

#PressPlay: Let’s just pray that #FarrahAbraham’s Instagram was hacked #BlacChyna

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In the past, Abraham has revealed her incredible jealousy for America’s royal family, the Kardashians, so the fact that Chyna rose to fame of epic proportions following her engagement to Rob Kardashian could have inspired some intense feelings of envy for the Teen Mom.

Abraham is constantly comparing herself to the Kardashian brand, saying previously that she’s doing “very well, if not better” than them. For the most part, the Kardashians chose to ignore Abraham, treating her like the peasant to their royal brand that she is.

Not all Abraham news was bad news this week, though.

Abraham was trending on Facebook last week after trading in her Mercedes for a brand new Maserati- the perfect kind of luxury car for her new Hollywood digs. According to Sarcasm.net, she opted for a  2016 Maserati Ghibli.

But of course, because literally everything Abraham does is annoying, her mom had a “do less” moment when she reportedly shared pictures of the new whip and called it a “kid friendly” option. That’s right, because we constantly need to be reminded that Abraham is unfortunately raising a small child.





Technical Difficulties


Hey everyone! Steve here.

As you have noticed over the past few days, the site has been crapping out. This is because I switched web servers, which happens from time to time, and the new server did not respond well to the massive site being added to it. It required a bunch of tweaks, some hammer smashes, and a little bit of love, but I think the problem has been narrowed down. There is a chance the site could crap out again, as I’ve yet to replicate whatever caused it to crash, but I at least have narrowed down the problems. You know the saying, if it fixes on it’s own, it’s bound to break on it’s own again (is that a saying, or did I make that up?). Anyway, the next time the site goes down for an extended period of time should be the last. That will likely mean I was able to find out what crashed it to begin with, and fixed the issue.

Thanks for your patience through all of this!


Hey Teen Mom Junkies! Tomlin here to do a little introduction for our new recap writer, Rebecca. You all know her from her other articles and I’m sure she’ll do a bang up job recapping for us here too. She’ll now be alternating weekly recaps with me! Now some of you may wonder “What the what happened to Andrea?” Sadly, girlfriend is having some difficulties with her health. She’ll be stepping back from the site for a while, because the last thing she needs is these crazy girlses raising her blood pressure! Let’s all keep her in our thoughts as we snark together, in hopes that she’ll soon be back here with us. Now I’ll stop yacking and let Rebecca take it away.


Hey guys! I’d like to quickly apologize for the late post–I’m on West Coast time.
This episode is titled “Man of the House,” and its description reads: “Javi says a tearful goodbye to his family before deployment. Jenelle meets with Nathan, fueling David’s jealousy. Corey and Leah face off at Ali’s doctor’s appointment. Chelsea and Cole debate changing Aubree’s last


Edit: I am currently experiencing some technical difficulties with streaming this episode. As a result, this recap will be lagging behind the episode quite a bit.

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Chelsea’s segment opens with Aubree crying because she has injured her hand. Chelsea puts a band aid on her finger, but becomes frustrated because Aubree is still upset about the injury. Chelsea exclaims, “you’re overreacting,” and then proceeds to walk into the adjacent room to discuss her upcoming wedding with Other Chelsea. She is, of course, very excited and plans to have a “destination wedding.” Chelsea wants her wedding to include a variety of different “deep colors.” Other Chelsea, being the yes-woman she is, agrees that this is a good idea.
The topic of conversation moves on to Adam and child support. Chelsea is going through her lawyer to try and increase the amount of child support she receives. Apparently, Adam only pays $150 per month. Chelsea is confident the court will increase the child support order. Other Chelsea, predictably, agrees.

Chelsea continues to indoctrinate Aubree into accepting Cole as her lord and savior. “Are you excited for the wedding?” Chelsea asks. Aubree says yes and draws a picture of what she wants her dress for the wedding to look like. Aubree wants Chelsea to have a baby right away (awww) and thinks the process of baking a bun in the oven takes a total of two days.
Adam is hanging out with his friend Tyler (who?). The cameras take a few seconds to show off Adam’s two beautiful dogs. I’m honestly in love with them and wish that 80% of show featured them strutting around Adam’s bachelor pad. Anyway, the father of two tells his friends that he wants Chelsea to sit down with him “like a big girl” and come to a custody agreement. Adam does not understand why Chelsea won’t settle out of court like he and Taylor did. He says that the child support payments are not fair because under this arrangement he effectively “pays double” for Aubree’s living expenses– the $150/ month payments + the cost of bunk beds + her apple sauce expenses when she visits him like two times a month or whatever. Poor guy. Chelsea hangs out at home with her cute little family. Chelsea and Cole both agree that they want kids right away. They express concern that having a child will cause Aubree to feel isolated from the new family. The couple considers changing Aubree’s last name to prevent this from happening.

Chelsea calls Randy about the upcoming court hearing. They talk the same sh*t about Adam that they have been for the last six seasons. Blah, blah, blah Adam sucks…yeah, we get it.

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Javi is being deployed in two days, so Kailyn is thoughtfully making him a surprise “going away video.” She attempts to get Lincoln involved, but he is too camera shy to say anything. He smiles his handsome smile, and I melt into a puddle. Kail follows this up by saying (very quickly and bluntly), “we love you and we’re counting the days till you come home.” End video. A+ for effort, Kailyn.
The scene shifts to Kail and Javi relaxing in bed. Javi is worried about the emotional effect his absence will have on Isaac. Kail wants Javi to reassure Isaac. The boys enter the room and Isaac tells Javi, “I don’t want you to leave.” Javi promises that he will come back and cuddles Isaac. My heart is breaking.

Kailyn is throwing a going-away party for Javi. She says she has not yet processed that Javi is leaving. At this point in the episode, my husband interjects, “could they sound anymore insincere?” He said it, not me. That evening, the show features Javi’s party. I’ve got to hand it to Kail, she is an amazing party planner. The event takes place at a beautiful venue with a huge amount of attendees. Kailyn attempts to explain to her friends why she does not appear to be upset about Javi’s departure. “I’m not an emotionless b*tch, ” she insists. According to her, she just won’t be sad until Javi actually leaves. Because of their tumultuous relationship, Kailyn thinks that the separation will actually make her and Javi like each other.
Kail’s goodbye video is displayed to the entire party. The video is very touching and makes both Kail and Javi cry. This is the first time Kail displays any emotion about Javi’s deployment. It seems sincere and I now feel bad for doubting her.

The party continues. Isaac breaks down crying, along with pretty much all of the guests in attendance. Thankfully, the couple seems to have an incredible amount of friends and family to support them through this rough time.
The morning of Javi’s departure, he and Kail have a heart-to-heart talk about their marriage problems and the implications of Javi’s deployment. The scene ends on a positive note, and the couple seems to finally be in a good place.

The time finally comes when Javi has to leave for the airport. Isaac, Kail and Javi are all very distraught. Once again, Javi tells Isaac that he’s “the man of the house” and needs to take care of the family while he’s gone.

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We open with Jenelle getting all dolled up in anticipation to meet with Nathan for dinner. She tells Uncle Dave that their meeting will center on Nathan and Jessica’s plans to drop/ not drop the assault charges against Jenelle in exchange for Nathan receiving visitation with Kaiser. Jenelle asks if Uncle Dave he would like to accompany her. Uncle Dave says he would like to be there to support Jenelle. However, Jenelle wisely explains that this may not be a good idea as she already promised Nathan that Uncle Dave would not be attending. She thinks her boyfriend’s presence will only cause a conflict. Dave, due to jealousy, seems uneasy about the dinner, and Jenelle emphasizes the importance of this meeting going smoothly, as a felony under her belt could potentially ruin her life and prevent her from “saving lives.” The argument continues with the couple entering a different room, most likely to escape the MTV camera crew. David says Jenelle is with him now, and that the impending dinner is like a “slap in the face to him.”

Nathan and his girlfriend sit down for lunch to discuss his plans to meet up with Jenelle later that day. I have to say, he is looking better than ever. He is sporting a cool undercut and is actually wearing sleeves. Anyway, Nathan hopes that at the end of this meeting Jenelle will agree to let him see Kaiser. Apparently, he has not seen his son in seven to eight weeks. Nathan optimistically predicts that Jenelle will bring Kaiser so that the father and son can spend some time together. Jessica wonders why Jenelle is suddenly willing to cooperate with Nathan after weeks of not answering his phone calls. Nathan speculates that Jenelle wants to arrange visitation in exchange for Jessica dropping charges. He says very firmly that that is “not going to happen.” Nathan appears genuinely distraught as he expresses worry about Kaiser living with Jenelle’s felon boyfriend.

Jace is helping Babs garden. While at times she does seem a bit too impatient with him, Barbara praises him for successfully transplanting the shrub. She hugs and kisses him with what seems to be the same passion and love I provide my own children. It is hard to deny the bond between those two.
Next we transition to Jenelle’s house where she and David are continuing to debate over whether or not he should attend the dinner with Nathan. Jenelle seems to have changed her mind and now wants her boyfriend to accompany her. David pouts as he says Jenelle clearly doesn’t want him there. The back and forth continues, and at this point I am not following their logic at all. David: “Well if you want me to I will.” Jenelle: “Well if you don’t want to I’m not going to force you.”
Later, Uncle Dave ends up escorting Jenelle to the dinner. In the car, they vent about how Nathan is telling everyone she is not letting him see Kaiser. If only Nathan would meet Jenelle’s stipulations (owning a car seat, providing the baby with his own room, etc.), they would agree to visitation.

Jenelle meets Nathan for dinner while Uncle Dave waits in her car. (Side point: Can we put aside any hatred for Jenelle and just agree that she looks amazing? She has been looking so beautiful in the last few scenes.) Nathan immediately expresses disappointment that Jenelle did not bring Kaiser. Jenelle says that if Nathan can simply prove to her that he has the equipment necessary to take care of a baby (like a high chair) that she will let him see his son. Nathan almost leaves in frustration, but changes his mind and sits back down again. He brings up the fact that Uncle Dave, the felon, should not be living with Kaiser. Jenelle obviously argues the opposite. Nathan asks if he can, at the very least, see Kaiser on Christmas. Jenelle immediately agrees. She then breaks down into tears. Nathan demonstrates a surprising amount of sympathy and asks if she’s okay. They both seem to have matured a great deal since last season.
Jenelle asks Nathan what Jessica is planning to do about the assault charges. If convicted, she says that this charge could potentially ruin her life. Jenelle: “I’m just trying to be a better person and let you see Kaiser.” I almost believe her. Nathan says he will talk to Jessica and see what they can do.

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Leah meets at the park with her best friend, Kayla. She recounts her dinner with Jeremy, claiming it was a “really good talk” and that, while she is not completely over the break up she is, “just not ready to be in a relationship right now.” I must have terrible memory, because that is not how I recall the dinner scene at all. 
They then move on to the subject of Ali’s disability. Leah explains that Ali really needs to be using her wheel chair but can’t because it is broken. Leah hopes that during the upcoming appointment, she will receive better news about Ali’s condition.The segment ends with Ali heart-breakingly falling off of a swing and hurting herself.

Leah is alone with Ali, getting ready to take her to her next doctor’s appointment. She calls her cousin Chasity to inform her that a date for the hearing to readjust the current custody agreement has been set. Leah is very excited. She says that there is no reason the girlses can’t be with her Thursday through Sunday now that she has her life together. She is not going to let Corey Tyler push her ’round no more. Leah plans to fight for her girlses till the very end.

Corey meets Leah for Ali’s doctor’s appointment. They awkwardly avoid talking to each other. Leah and Corey are relieved when Doctor Tsao concludes that Ali’s condition has not worsened since he last saw her. Once again, he advises Ali’s parents to have her use the power wheelchair as much as possible.
Before they leave, the hospital wants to discuss the changes to Ali’s home life. Corey and Leah explain the current custody situation. The social worker asks Corey and Leah if they have been able to effectively co-parent the girlses. Neither replies. End scene.

Leah leaves Ali with Corey. Before they exit the parking structure, Corey tells Poppaw Jeff about the appointment. Corey reveals that he is angry with Leah for telling the social worker that custody might change again in front of Ali. Poppaw Jeff comforts his son and lets him know that Corey is ultimately in the right.
Leah calls up good ol’ Cousin Chasity to update her on Ali’s appointment. She accuses Corey of getting “pissy” when speaking to the social worker. Leah claims that Corey is mad that she is “clearly” doing better. Okay, Leah.

Cue the dramatic ending montage.

Once Again, the Law Does Not Apply to Jenelle


For the upteenth time, Jenelle has suffered zero consequences from committing a crime. As you all may recall, Jenelle recently attended two trials: the first regarding Nathan’s accusation of cyberstalking, and the second regarding the assault and battery charges pressed by Nathan’s current girlfriend, Jessica.

Jenelle was quite happy to provide the TM2 fan base with the outcomes of both these trials via twitter.

1. Cyberstalking


2. Assault and Battery


Despite Jenelle’s long history of managing to get her charges dropped, many fans suspected that the assault and battery trial would finally put an end to her lucky-legal-streak. After all, Jenelle 1) admitted to the crime, 2) had two people witness the crime, 3) had a police officer acknowledge that there was clear evidence that the crime had been committed (police report: http://tinyurl.com/jzl9xo2) and finally, 4) was told by her own lawyer that she was “caught red handed.” Can there be a more clear-cut case? And yet, we’re all left in awe, and maybe even envy, of the magic that is Jenelle Evans (or more likely, her very expensive lawyers).

It now seems very unlikely that Jenelle will lose the upcoming case against Nathan for custody of Kaiser.

Possible questions for discussion:

-How did Jenelle pull this off again?
-How do you think the verdict of either case will effect the custody battle, if at all?

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