Tiffany Jenkins is a wife, mother, motivational speaker, best-selling author, comedian, podcast host, and former addict.
Tiffany Jenkins is the funny woman behind “Juggling the Jenkins.” She has over 9 million followers across all of her platforms, and over 1 billion people have watched her videos. Tiffany is best known for her funny videos that go viral on Facebook and YouTube, but she is also very passionate about bringing awareness to mental illness.
She talks shamelessly, openly, and honestly about her past and addiction, as well as her struggles with depression and anxiety. She has been on national television shows like The Today Show and The Doctors.
Tiffany Jenkins is married to Drew, who is her husband and now on the internet, word is getting around that Tiffany Jenkins is divorcing from her husband. Let’s find out if the news is true or if these rumors have any truth or not.
Is Tiffany Jenkins Getting Divorce From Her Husband?
Social media is full of talk that Tiffany Jenkins, is getting a divorce. But the rumors can’t be proven because she hasn’t said anything about the divorce or how bad things are between her and her husband Drew.
On February 16, Tiffany posted a bunch of photos on her Instagram account with her husband and kids on the occasion of their 8th anniversary. She captioned the photos: “Today is our 8th wedding anniversary, and what a magical eight years its been! I rarely post about my handsome fella, but I’m feeling extra grateful for his love today. Happy anniversary boo boo kitty f***, and thank you for loving every part of me. (Even the weird ones 🤣).”
So, going by the looks of how Tiffany hasn’t made any official confirmation or denial about her separation from her husband Drew, we are going to have to assume that they are still together.
Know All About Tiffany Jenkins Past Life
Tiffany Jenkins was a desperate addict who tried to hide it well. In 2012, she was addicted to opioids and spending an average of $200 a day on them. She was also trading sexual favors for pills.
Things got so bad that she sold her boyfriend’s guns for drug money.
Jenkins, from Sarasota, Florida, was the captain of her high school cheerleading team and got her first drink when she was 18. After three months, she stopped going to school. Even though she had a good life, she liked the way alcohol made her feel “numb. I went after that.”
Then a friend gave her painkillers that he knew she needed. But in 2009, when Jenkins had been using drugs for six years, her mother left her some money. Instead of spending it on drugs, she put it toward rehab.
She started dating a sheriff’s deputy, moved in with him, and tried to be the perfect girlfriend. But after a hard day at work, Jenkins couldn’t resist taking some pills that fell out of a coworker’s purse. Before she knew it, she was once again addicted to opioids.
She got good at hiding her tracks while living a shocking life in secret. Jenkins agreed to do a sexual act for her drug dealer in exchange for some Dilaudid, which she then injected. She couldn’t stop, though. She took her boyfriend’s father’s wedding ring and pawned it to get money for drugs.
After getting fired from her job in a restaurant in November 2012, she stole her boyfriend’s guns, including an automatic rifle and the 9mm pistol he used when he wasn’t on duty, and gave them to her dealer to pay off her $7,000 drug debt.
Her boyfriend noticed right away that the weapons were missing, and Jenkins was arrested the next morning.
Jenkins’ withdrawal from opiates was so bad in jail that she used a sheet to try to hang herself from a bunk bed. Thankfully, a guard saved her.
Jenkins admitted to 20 felony charges, including fraud and stealing a lot of guns. She got 180 days in jail and then had to go to rehab for six months. She said that since her arrest, she hasn’t done any drugs. Jenkins doesn’t talk to her ex anymore, but she did write him an apology.
She has been married to Drew for five years, and the two of them share Drew’s daughter from a previous relationship as well as their own young son and daughter. Jenkins started her parenting blog, Juggling The Jenkins, in 2017. On it, she tells funny stories about recovery and being a mom.