Credit: Twitter Photo: Catelynn Lowell, Kailyn Lowry and Maci Bookout Pose for the NOH8 Campaign

In case you missed it, here's all the drama-filled Teen Mom and Teen Mom 2 news from this week, June 24 - June 29.

1. Taylor Halbur Has Worrying Checkup — Is Her Baby OK?

Teen Mom 2's Adam Lind (aka Chelsea Houska's wayward ex-boyfriend) is expecting baby number two with his current gal pal, Taylor Halbur, and the couple couldn't be more excited! Taylor is about eight months pregnant with the fruit of Adam's looms, but her pregnancy has been far from easy. This blonde bombshell just had a routine doctor's appointment, and learned some shocking news about her baby's development!

2. Teen Mom 2 Star Jo Rivera’s Girlfriend Vee Torres Can’t Pay For Her College Books

Who said reality television pays well, because apparently it doesn't sometimes.

Back in April, a court case was opened against the girlfriend of Teen Mom 2 star Jo Rivera for falling behind on payment on her student account at Bloomfield College.

3. Will Jenelle Evans's Boyfriend Nathan Griffith Be on Teen Mom 2 Season 5?

Word on the street is that MTV's currently filming Season 5 of its smash-hit documentary series,Teen Mom 2, and you know what that means! Jenelle Evans and her Alfredo-luvin' self are back in action.

4. Kailyn Lowry Hides Baby Bump in Beach Photo (PHOTO)

Teen Mom 2’s Kailyn Lowry is the queen of discretion, especially when it comes to her new pregnancy. Kail is currently pregnant with hubby Javi Marroquin’s baby (the couple’s first, Kailyn’s second) and during a family trip to the beach (where Kail suffered a bout of dehydration and had to be rushed to the ER), the Teen Mom 2 vet’s baby bump was barely noticeable in her

beach-time gear.

5.  Maci Bookout Sparks Gay Rights Debate on Instagram

On June 26, the U.S. Supreme Court made two landmark decisions in support of gay marriage — and LGBT ally Maci Bookout couldn't be more stoked! Not only did the Court declare the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) unconstitutional, extending all federal benefits to legally married same-sex couples, but they also dismissed the case on Prop 8, bringing an end to California's controversial gay marriage ban.