Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans said she's finally able to get a divorce from Courtland Rogers one year after they officially separated.
According to North Carolina law, married couples must be separated for a year before they can file for divorce, which can take place April 24 for the couple, Evans told Radar Online.
The 22-year-old married Rogers in 2012 and the relationship ended when they were both arrested for possession of heroin last April.
“I’m ready to get him out of my life and move on with being Jenelle Evans again,” she said.
Meanwhile, Rogers was just released from jail on bond Wednesday, and Evans is expecting her second child, this one with boyfriend Nathan Griffith.