Was Jenelle Evans' Boyfriend Hired by MTV?

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What is it with these Teen Mom girls and fake relationships? First, Farrah Abraham's "ex-boyfriend" came forward saying that their relationship was all made up so that she could get on VH1's Couples Therapy. Then, Farrah finally admitted to hiring James Deen for her sex tape, which she originally said was a personal tape that got leaked.

Now Jenelle Evans is being accused of having a made-for-TV relationship. In the new season of Teen Mom 2, the embattled reality star has a new man in her life and he seems much more stable than the situations she's found herself in with regard to other relationships. As she's talking about what a great guy she is, Jenelle even says that he doesn't have a record and he doesn't do drugs...wow, now that's something special. Unfortunately, in her case, it is kind of unique.

According to Celebrity Dirty Laundry, some think that Nathan might just be too good to be true. In addition to fans questioning whether or not he was hired for the show, they cite rumors going around that MTV wanted a "less scandalous" significant other for the troubled Teen Mom, so it does seem to make sense.

What doesn't make sense, however, is that they are now expecting a child together--would she really go THAT far for ratings? We don't think so. But, what might have happened is that he was brought in as a source of stability in her life, storyline, whatever you want to call it and then they fell in love for real.

Either way, they're together now and the baby will be here later this year. Congrats, guys.

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