Kieffer Delp, Ex-Boyfriend of Jenelle Evans, Sentenced for Running a Meth Lab

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.


Leah Messer: Her New Boyfriend Used to Beg for Meth Online

It’s been a matter of days since fans learned of Leah Messer’s new boyfriend.

While they want to be happy for her, they can’t help but be a little worried at a series of hastily-deleted videos that fans uncovered.

Across multiple strange videos, Leah’s new boo begs for meth. Oh dear.

Just a short time ago, there was a series of disturbing YouTube videos about a West Virginia Meth Man.

One was titled “West Virginia meth man finds his woman?” And yes, Jason Jordan was the man in question.

“Reckon I could be persuaded, given you’re providing some meth,” Leah’s new boyfriend said on camera. 

“Maybe we could talk a little bit?” he continued, suggesting: “Maybe meet up? Have a drink? Maybe? I need my meth!”

In a subsequent video, he resorted to singing.

“Bout to go score me some meth!” he sang. “Meth, I love you. I shoot it in my veins. I snort it up my nose. I smoke it in a pip. Meth, meth, meth, you’re my best friend.”

Remember the world’s collective horror when that elevator video showed Ray Rice punch his fiancee?

Unfortunately, Jason Jordan had some commentary on that.

“Just want to make a little comment about Ray Rice,” he said in yet another West Virginia Meth Man video.

If you’re thinking that there’s no way that this can end well … you’re right.

“Think he can go around punching women in the mouth?” he asked. “Knocking them out cold?!”

The now-deleted video continues: “When I was high on meth one time, I did it and nobody got mad at me!”

“They just expect it out of me,” Jason Jordan concluded.

In his very first video in the YouTube series, he at least avoided joking about domestic violence while referring to meth.

“You do meth for six months,” he lamented on camera. “And people think there is something wrong with you.”

“Come on!” he said. “Everybody’s doing it! I’m fine!”

While all of that would understandably make anyone cringe, let’s be clear — this is not a series of videos of confessing to using drugs.

Instead, these are strange parody videos that Jordan made with the hope of amusing himself and others.

“My meth man videos got me kicked off fb lol,” he tweeted after getting banned from Facebook.

He then advertised that they would be appearing on YouTube … and provided a little context.

“Jason Jordan meth man on YouTube lol,” his tweet continued. “Making fun of West Virginia meth addicts lol.”

So no, Jason Jordan isn’t a meth addict who begs for meth on the internet.

He has just, in the past, exhibited wildly questionable taste. Perhaps he was hoping that his “edgy humor” would make him achieve viral fame.

You have to actually be funny for that, folks.

Whatever it is that Leah sees in him, we hope that it’s not a sense of humor.

But we’re happy for her that she’s moving on romantically. And since he’s deleted these videos, it looks like he’s embarrassed about that chapter of his life online.

If he had tried to defend them, well … that would be another story. If all that someone’s done is cracked some bad jokes, let them move on.


‘Deadliest Catch’ Blake Painter’s Death, Heroin and Meth Allegedly Found at Scene

Blake Painter had a variety of drugs near his body when cops found him in his home, and it appears he’d been dead for several days … TMZ has learned. According to the incident report from the Clatsop County Sheriff’s Office in Oregon … a…


‘Deadliest Catch’ Blake Painter’s Death, Heroin and Meth Allegedly Found at Scene

Blake Painter had a variety of drugs near his body when cops found him in his home, and it appears he’d been dead for several days … TMZ has learned. According to the incident report from the Clatsop County Sheriff’s Office in Oregon … a…


Crystal Methwin Arrested for Crystal Meth, Fulfilling Her Destiny

If you wrote up this story as fiction and sent it to an editor, they'd send it right back with a stern note. Because it's just not believable.

But police say that they arrested a woman for crystal meth.

Her name? … Crystal Methvin.

Crystal methvin

This story, to absolutely no one's shock or dismay, takes place in Florida.

According to the St. Augustine police department, officers acted upon an anonymous tip in order to carry out this arrest.

It is unclear if the tip mentioned anything about drugs — reports say that police were told of a woman sitting in her car on the side of the highway.

When officers arrived, Crystal did not have her driver's license on hand.

This is when police say that they found a bag of crystal meth, along with other items described as drug paraphernalia.

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Officers say that they believe that Crystal Methvin was selling these drugs.

Crystal was arrested and is being held on $ 5,000 bond.

She now faces a third-degree felony charge. Yes, folks, possession of meth is illegal, even in Florida.

Douglas Nickerson was also arrested, but, for some reason, is getting less attention.

Possibly because his name is not intensely hilarious.

Crystal methvin douglas nickerson

Obviously, crystal meth itself is no laughing matter.

Methamphetamines are stimulant drugs that can take various forms, such as powder or pills.

Crystal meth is, well, a crystalline form that resembles shards of glass (or rock candy — but please do not eat it).

By all of its various nicknames, meth is illegal, and considered part of the same class of hard drugs as heroin and cocaine.

In addition to behavioral and health issues that can result from taking the drug, it is noted for degrading the facial structure and teeth of its users.

Crystal meth graphic

Some people are scratching their heads over why anyone would be named Crystal Methvin.

While cruel jokes are always a possibility, there is also a decent chance that no one realized what her name could be taken to mean at the time.

After all, some people obliviously name their children after famous porn studios. It's not malicious, it's just … adorably naive.

Still, Crystal Methwin's admittedly hilarious arrest has led some to wonder if she was somehow predestined (or doomed) to do meth.

Others have wondered if anyone else whose name resembles an illicit substance should be quietly reported to police.

(Please do not; your joke could ruin someone's life)

Just another day in the busy life of Florida Woman.

Crystal metheney mug shot

Crystal methwin arrested for crystal meth fulfilling her destiny

Leah Messer: Did She Just Admit to Using Meth?!

If you’re a fan of Teen Mom 2, then you’re probably familiar with Leah Messer’s troubled past.

Leah has struggled with addiction and mental health issues over the years, and there was a time when her difficulties were so severe many viewers reported that they had difficulty watching the show.

When Leah lost custody of her daughters, it seems she hit a personal rock bottom and found the motivation to turn her life around.

These days, she’s a bonafide success story, and fans say they’ve found inspiration in her courageous comeback.

So it came as quite a shock to many when Leah joked about using methamphetamines in a recent social media post.

In a now-deleted retweet, Leah replied “yes” to a meme that began: 

“Here’s a list of date ideas because you pulling up to ‘chill’ isn’t a date.”

Fans immediately took issue with the post, noting that either Leah didn’t read the list in its entirety, or she has a rather dark sense of humor.

The list started off innocently enough, with suggestions such as “mini golf” and “a walk in the park.”

Things quickly took a turn, however, with joking recommendations like  “shooting up a school,” “double suicide,” “running over people,” “killing infants,” “beating up strangers,” and “robbing the elderly.”

Obviously, it’s pretty over-the-top stuff, but surprisingly, that’s not the portion of the list that caught fans’ attention.

No, most who commented on Leah’s tweet focused on the part that read, “Overdosing on meth.”

When several of her followers brought that particular item to Leah’s attention, she took swift action.

“Omgosh some of those are really bad oh my,” she tweeted before deleting the meme.

This appears to be nothing more than an instance in which Leah posted something on social media without reading it in its entirety.

But for many of her fans, it brought up some painful memories.

Leah checked into rehab back in 2015 and has reportedly been sober ever since.

While her period of her hard drug use was brief, it was also painfully intense.

For many viewers, the image of Leah falling asleep while holding a baby is an indelible one that serves as a constant reminder of the severity of the opioid crisis in America. 

At the time, Leah was a living symbol of the horrors of hard drug use.

Fortunately, these days she’s simply a reminder of the dangers of posting something you haven’t read.

Watch Teen Mom 2 online to relive Leah’s road back from addiction.


Adam Lind: Buddy Arrested for Meth

Literally just yesterday, we talked about how Jennelle Evans’ ex Kieffer Delp was arrested for running a meth lab

Today, we’re once again talking about a man who runs in Teen Mom circles … and, in the same breath, we’re talking about meth. And getting arrested.

This time, it’s a friend of Adam Lind’s. In fact, the two are such good buddies that this guy appeared on Teen Mom 2.

Adam Lind testing positive for methamphetamines right before a scheduled visit with the child that he and Chelsea Houska share hasn’t done anything to clear his reputation of being a bit of a meth head.

It doesn’t help that Lind’s arrest for assault actually involved four charges of domestic assault and allegations that he was out of his mind on drugs during his alleged  domestic violence.

At the very least, the guy’s a mess. And based upon the charges and allegations against him, he’s a menace.

Everyone understands why Chelsea Houska moved to strip Lind of his visitation rights. When it comes to children, a child’s safety must always trump parental wishes.

Even if Adam totally manages to get clean and, you know, non-violent, he still might not be a safe person for Aubree to be around. 

Because of the company that he keeps.

Justin Anderson has appeared on Teen Mom 2 more than once, thanks to his friendship with Chelsea Houska’s baby daddy, Adam Lind.

And now, Justin Anderson has been arrested for possession of a controlled substance and for possession or use of drug paraphernalia. 

The arrest took place on Wednesday, January 10th. At the time, Anderson was already on parole for different drug charges.

A spokesperson for the Minnehaha County Jail told RadarOnline:

“Anderson remains in prison with no bond.”

Well, yeah. Drug possession isn’t the worst thing in the world, but if you’re on parole for drugs and you still can’t resist meth … that’s worrisome. Also, not a great idea, since your parole can be revoked at any time.

“His parole officer put a hold on him for breaking his parole.”


“It is the parole officer’s decision on when he’ll be released.”

Justin Anderson was caught by, basically, having bad luck. And perhaps for having some terrible associations.

(And we don’t just mean Adam Lind)

See, police were serving a search warrant on a suspect in a double homicide.

And by “serving a search warrant,” we mean that SWAT was involved. We don’t know if they actually knocked before raiding the place.

They did not find the suspected killer. They did find Justin Anderson and, allegedly, Anderson’s meth.

Aside from the fact that this comes right on the heels of Jenelle Evans’ ex getting arrested for running a meth lab …

(If there’s such a thing as bad press for Teen Mom, this surely would be it, right?)

… What, you might ask, does this have to do with Adam Lind?

It’s simple. Even if Adam Lind can drop drugs and steroids and drinking and violence altogether, if he keeps associating with people like Justin Anderson, it’s very understandable for Chelsea Houska (and anyone worried about the safety of children) to have concerns about little Aubree’s well-being.

Does Adam want to be a parent, or do you want to be a ‘roided out meth head with meth head buddies?

This should be an easy choice.


Kieffer Delp: Jenelle Evans’ Ex Arrested For Running Meth Lab!

I see you wiff Kieffah. And crystal meth.

Teen Mom 2 star and former Jenelle Evans flame Kieffer Delp was just arrested for allegedly running a meth lab, which is serious stuff.

Even by standards of Jenelle’s exes.

According to TMZ, Kieffer was arrested after police outside Pittsburgh uncovered a lab they believed was illegally manufacturing methamphetamine.

The cops were reportedly dispatched to an apartment building late Wednesday afternoon, where they made the shocking discovery.

Authorities evacuated the building during the arrest because of a strong, lingering odor inside … typical of such meth labs.

Local officials say they received information about a working meth lab and performed a weeks-long investigation in McKees Rocks, Pa.

Personnel from the Allegheny County Housing Authority and state police converged on the apartment around 4:15 p.m.

The state police’s Clandestine Lab Response Team removed the chemicals and laboratory materials from the scene.

McKees Rocks Police Chief Richard Deliman said Thursday:

“Obviously with all these chemicals together and during the process of making this, it could ultimately explode.”

That, he told the media after the fact, is “why we evacuated the building while the product was being removed.”

The lab was reportedly inside Delp’s apartment, which had previously been the source of multiple complaints by other residents.

Delp faces felony charges related to the manufacturing and distribution of methamphetamines and the improper disposal of chemicals.

He was unable to post a $ 50,000 bail, and is being held in the Allegheny County Jail pending a preliminary hearing January 23.

Kieffer never saw Breaking Bad apparently.

Sure, not everyone has access to a dry cleaning or pest removal front company to mask to smell, but why do you think they used the RV?!

SMH, Kieffah. SMH bruh.

Delp, as the Teen Mom faithful know all too well, is a career drug user with a long rap sheet that rivals his famous ex Jenelle’s.

That’s saying something.

In addition to drug-related offenses, he was also once arrested for punching a girl and her male friend, according to multiple reports. 

Jenelle first met Kieffer in 2010, back in simpler times when she was best known for ditching her first-born son Jace to party.

(See above for some of their greatest “hits” as a couple … we used quotation marks because things did tend to get physical.)

They had a beautiful time together, stealing Barbara’s credit cards for trips to New Jersey and smoking so, so much weed.

Just so much weed.


Fergie: I Hallucinated Crazy $hit While on Crystal Meth!

In promotion of her first solo album in 11 years, Fergie has opened up in a new interview about her past drug use.

And the artist has held absolutely nothing back.

“At my lowest point, I was [suffering from] chemically induced psychosis and dementia,” Fergie tells the United Kingdon’s iNews about her use of crystal meth.

This was back in the early 2000s, she says.

“I was hallucinating on a daily basis. It took a year after getting off that drug for the chemicals in my brain to settle so that I stopped seeing things.

“I’d just be sitting there, seeing a random bee or bunny.”

Wow. That’s pretty crazy and intense.

Fergie also says her weight plummeted to around 90 pounds during this time.

The artist’s hallucinations became so serious, Fergie says candidly, that she believed the CIA, FBI and a SWAT team were following her around.

She eventually sought solace in a church, the only place she felt safe and protected.

But then she had a breakthrough that probably saved her life.

“I remember thinking: ‘If I walk outside, and the SWAT team’s out there, I was right all along.

“But if they’re not out there, then it’s the drugs making me see things and I’m going to end up in an institution.

“And if it really is the drugs, I don’t want to live my life like this any more, anyway.’

“I walked out of the church; obviously there was no SWAT team, it was just me in a parking lot. It was a freeing moment.”

Fergie admits the drugs were “a hell of a lot of fun” for a period.

Until, of course, they weren’t.

“It’s so incredible, I know. I think I must have guardian angels,” the singer says of simply being alive.

Prior to this honest spilling of very personal details, Fergie made news in September for her separation from Josh Duhamel.

The stars had been married for eight years when they made this announcement and they share a four-year old son, Axl.

Early on in this interview, Fergie says she’s proud of Duhamel for directing a new movie and says the pair tries to FaceTime with their child as often as possible when on the road.

They are clearly on solid terms.

Says the singer of her estranged husband and their priorities:

“I’ve just released my first solo album in 11 years, and I’m out promoting it. So there’s a lot going on.

“That’s why we wanted to find our footing with our separation before we announced it publicly: to make sure we really got it together for our kid.

“It’s a constant juggling act.”

Considering where she’s been in the past, though, it’s something we have no doubt Fergie can figure out and make work.

Just take a look at how far she’s come.