It appears as though Unexpected dad Max Schenzel’s ability to continually skirt the law with little repercussion has finally reached its limits. The 20-year-old pleaded guilty to a felony earlier this month and is scheduled for sentencing in late May. The guilty plea also triggered an automatic probation violation from his previous felony theft conviction in December of 2018. That hearing is scheduled for the same time as his new sentencing.
After months, and months, and months, and months of pregnancy relationship drama, Unexpected star Hailey Tilford (aka Hailey 2) is finally a mom! The 18-year-old welcomed her son Levi Carter on Thursday, April 2, roughly two weeks ahead of her due date.
Unexpected moms McKayla Adkins and Chloe Mendoza are both using their coronavirus quarantine time to try out life as a blonde. Chloe goes all-in with her lighter look, while McKayla opts for the partial blonde Cruella de Vil look. Keep reading to check out both ladies’ new ‘dos and let us know what you think!
Just as it appeared that Matthew Blevins was the undisputed king of Unexpected multiple baby mama messiness, OG dad Shayden Massey tosses his hat (and apparently something else) in the ring! The 20-year old posted a sonogram on Monday with the vague caption: “I’ll just leave this here.” His followers began congratulating Shayden’s new girlfriend Meah, but she quickly chimed in to reveal that the baby isn’t hers! Oh, and isn’t Lexus’ either. Keep reading to find out who is carrying Shayden’s new baby!
We have an update on the court case for Unexpected dad Anthony Vanelli, who was arrested for domestic battery after an altercation with ex Rilah Ferrer in October. Plus, watch some of Anthony’s revolting Instagram live streams in which he verbally attacks Rilah and her new boyfriend.
As we previously reported, Unexpected dad Max Schenzel was arrested again last week in Arizona and charged with four felonies, including theft and aggravated assault on a police officer. We now have an update on his court case, as well as details about the incident from one of the arresting officers.
Less than a week after Unexpected dad Max Schenzel shared a YouTube video insisting that he doesn’t belong in jail because he is a good guy, he is back in jail facing some very serious charges — including assault on an officer!
Unexpected dad Max Schenzel is tired of being painted a bad guy by Chloe Menodza’s mom Jessica, the media, police, social media, the Arizona court system, Unexpected fans, his probation officer, and others. The 20-year-old reality star attempted to clarify things with a YouTube video insisting that he is a “good guy” who doesn’t “belong in jail.” In the video, he blames Starcasm for Chloe’s parents disliking him and says that “99 percent of those articles you see about me online are 99 percent not true.” Keep reading to watch the video, get a recap, and check out our responses to some of Max’s debatable claims.