Messer's fiance Jeremy Calvert confirms that he and the 'Teen Mom 2' star are mourning the loss of their child, while Evans' manager reveals that the reality star has been out of the hospital.
"Teen Mom 2" has been plagued with serious health scares recently. Two cast members of the MTV reality show, Leah Messer and Jenelle Evans, were dealing with health-related problem as Messer suffered a miscarriage and Evans was sent to a hospital for kidney infection.
Reports that 19-year-old Messer lost her baby came out just a couple of weeks after it was announced that she and fiance Jeremy Calvert were expecting a child together. "She was having bad cramps for the past two weeks, and then she miscarried," one insider spilled the details to OK! magazine.
Calvert has personally confirmed the heartbreaking news. He told the publication, "It's a devastating experience, but all I can do is support Leah and take things day by day. It's hard, but we will get through it."
As for Evans, the troubled reality star was hospitalized on Tuesday, January 24 night. Her manager told E! News that the 20-year-old was released from the hospital on Wednesday and received antibiotics to treat the ailment. While she tweeted "Hospitals suck" late Tuesday, her rep said that she's "feeling much better now."
The kidney infection marks Evans' latest unfortunate incident in the new year. The mother of one found herself arrested twice in less than a week earlier this month. She was busted in North Carolina on January 10 for harassing former roommate Hannah Inman, and was taken into custody once again on January 15 for violating a domestic violence protective order.