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Raising Sextuplets Mom Jenny McClendon Is Pregnant

Raising Sextuplets Mom Jenny McClendon Is Pregnant

Originally posted 11/15/2012 01:10PM

Eight is enough? Not for Jenny McClendon!

The mom from Raising Sextuplets and her new husband, Levi McClendon, who are already raising eight kids – six of hers, two of his – are now preparing to add a ninth little one to the mix.

"I'm writing this as I'm approaching my 28th week [of pregnancy] and I really still feel somewhat speechless," McClendon writes in a guest post on imperfectwomen.com. "I'm so excited for the sextuplets that they get to experience being the 'big' brother or sister."

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Sextuplets Dad Bryan Masche Pleads Guilty, Avoids Jail

Sextuplets Dad Bryan Masche Pleads Guilty, Avoids Jail

Originally posted 11/04/2010 04:30PM

Raising Sextuplets dad Bryan Masche is a free man – if he behaves himself.

The reality star, who got into an altercation with his wife Jenny on Sept. 11, avoided a jail sentence in a plea deal with prosecutors announced in court Thursday.

According to a Camp Verde, Ariz., court official, Masche pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor domestic violence charges: threatening and intimidating, and disorderly conduct.

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Prosecutor: Sextuplets Dad May Not Get Jail Time

Prosecutor: Sextuplets Dad Bryan Masche May Not Get Jail Time

Originally posted 10/08/2010 02:20AM

He just avoided getting zapped with a Taser. And now Raising Sextuplets star Bryan Masche may also escape time behind bars.

The reality show dad, who appeared in an Arizona court Thursday with his attorney, faces domestic violence and resisting arrest charges as a result of a Sept. 11 verbal altercation with his wife and co-star, Jenny.

Each of the four charges – class one misdemeanors – has a maximum sentence of six months in jail and a $2,500 fine, as well as mandatory domestic violence counseling.

But Camp Verde, Ariz., town prosecutor Carrie Kelly tells PEOPLE, "These charges don't mean (mandatory) jail time."

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