Call us crazy, but we’re starting to think that Jenelle Evans has bad taste in men.
This is not a story about the many issues of that Teen Mom 2 star for once, however.
But instead a story of one of those men made famous by his associations with Evans.
On Wednesday afternoon, Kieffer Delp was sentenced to 18-36 months in prison for his role in allegedly running a meth lab.
Delp agreed to serve this time in a state correctional facility in exchange for a guilty plea.
He will be credited, however, for the past few months in which he was already jailed, following his arrest in January on these drugs charges.
As The Hollywood Gossip reported in detail at the time, Delp was arrested in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania on January 10.
The man who formerly made love to Jenelle was charged at the time with the following crimes:
- Operating a methamphetamine lab.
- Possession with intent to deliver.
- Possession of substances for methamphetamine.
- Waste in manufacture of methamphetamine and possession and prohibited acts.
Delp is known to MTV viewers and reality TV fans in general for having made a number of Teen Mom 2 appearances back when he dated Evans.
Police Chief Richard Deliman fof McKees Rocks Police Department told Radar Online back in January that authorities “received complaints there was a meth lab operated out of an apartment” and there was “a strong chemical smell.”
Hence why they served Delp with a search warrant on the above date and then made their discovery.
Delp, whose up-and-down romance with Jenelle was depicted on the first four seasons of Teen Mom 2, has been arrested multiple times for various drug charges, including once with Evans herself.
The then-couple were taken into custody years ago for breaking and entering and for drug possession in North Carolina.
These charges were eventually dropped.
Jenelle, to her credit (we guess?), has since moved on in the relationship department.
She’s now to married David Eason (since September of 2017), with whom she shared a daughter.
The veteran MTV star has yet to comment on Delp’s latest legal troubles, but she last spoke publicly about the relationship during a December MTV special titled Teen Mom 2: The Ex Files.
On this special, Delp claimed he didn’t do “hard drugs anymore.”
And this may be true.
He may have simply moved on to manufacturing the drugs instead.
As you can see above, meanwhile, Delp is far from alone in terms of being a Teen Mom 2 cast member who has run afoul of the law.
Just this summer, Ryan Edwards, another ex of another long-time Teen Mom, was also arrested for the umpteenth time.
Let’s hope both of these non-gentlemen have learned their lessons.