TEEN Mom fans have seen the moment Cheyenne Floyd found out that her husband could have been going back to jail before the wedding.
The clip, which was posted on the official Teen Mom Instagram account, begins with Cheyenne saying: “I’m trying not to cry,” as Zach tells her: “Don’t cry.”
“When I think about the stuff that we’ve been through, it’s like… we’ve been through hell and back,” she says as she fights back tears.
“It just sucks thinking about everything that we’ve gone through to get here and then to still have to question it, it’s s**t.
“I feel like, if I’m honest, I think that I just need a lot reassurance that this is it, like the past is in the past.
“I need to know that you’re not gonna go back to old ways and dumb s**t,” she continues as Zach tries to reassure her.
“Of course you need the reassurance but there’s no chance in hell that I would risk my family, me being able to be a father to my family and be a husband,” he replies.
“You’ve seen the transition that I’ve already made and you’ve seen me trying, so I just need the consistent support that you’ve been giving me already and I’ll be fine, trust me.”
As she wipes away tears, Cheyenne adds: “But this has to be it,” as Zach tells her: “That’s it, I promise.”
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Earlier this month it was reported that Zach had turned himself into jail to serve time for his DUI case.
The Teen Mom OG star was previously ordered to do so on November 1 after he was sentenced to four months in jail.
Zach, 28, had decided to follow court orders, according to The Ashley’s Reality Roundup.
According to jail records obtained by the outlet, the reality star turned himself in on November 1 at 9:35 AM and was released just 25 hours later on November 2 at 10:16 AM.
In addition to his short jail stint, the TV personality was ordered to pay a $500 fine and was given 60 months of probation.
The Ashley’s added that he also “must complete four days of community labor and participate in an 18-month licensed alcohol education and counseling program”.
Zach was found guilty of driving with a Blood Alcohol Content of 0.08% or more back in June 2020.
Just days after his September 2022 wedding to Cheyenne, he changed his plea to “no contest.”
The mother-of-two previously claimed that her husband would only serve a short stint of his DUI sentence.
Appearing on Think Loud Crew podcast on November 2, Cheyenne claimed that Zach would only have to serve a small amount of that time.
“The fact is that, in California, you only do 10%, so if he was sentenced to 120 days, he only does 10% of 120 days which is 12,” she said.
“So basically, when he goes in, he’s checking in and checking out.”
Cheyenne also appeared to clap back at online critics who have raised questions about her and Zach’s family life amid the sentencing.
“When people come at me and be like, ‘How you gonna feel for four months by yourself, I’m not gonna respond and be like, ‘He’s coming right home the next day’, because number one, I don’t need to respond to a random person online, and number two, It’s not my answer, it’s Zach’s answer.”
However, she did remind listeners of the podcast: “I’m not laughing at what happened. A DUI is really serious.”
However, it’s not the only drama that Cheyenne has had to face when it comes to Zach.
Earlier this year, Cheyenne, Zach and two children were shot at 13 times in their car whilst driving to a doctor’s appointment.
Speaking about the terrifying incident, Cheyenne said: “It’s a miracle that we’re still here. God literally covered us that day because every cop who was there said they don’t understand how we are all alive.
“And hearing it over and over and over I just wanted them to all stop saying it because I had to pinch myself to make sure I understood that I was alive.”
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