Troubled “Teen Mom 2” star Jenelle Evans has added another mugshot to her gallery, after getting into an argument with her baby-daddy Nathan Griffith.
Evans denies the whole incident, but South Carolina Public information officer confirmed she’d been taken into custody for Breach of Peace.
The reality star, who just revealed she was expecting her second child without even having custody of her four-year-old son Jace, can’t seem to tame the drama.
A neighbor said Jenelle Evans and Nathan Griffith got into a shouting match before she locked him out of the house.
Evans’ neighbor said, “He was banging on the door, and someone must’ve called the cops. They showed up soon after and Jenelle was originally hesitant to let them in. When she finally opened up, they went inside and next thing you know she was being brought out in handcuffs”.
Jenelle defended herself on Twitter and denied the whole thing.
She states she was in her house all day and that the neighbor has always need a nuisance and just wanted to sell a story. She wrote, “Went as far as my mom yelling at my neighbors if they don’t stop she will sue them. She did it to sell a story.”
Patrick Dowling, a Public Information Officer for North Myrtle Beach, confirmed Jenelle was arrested. He stated, “She was arrested at about 6pm tonight on a charge of Breach of Peace and has been released on bond. I will not have details until Monday when I can get an incident report”.
This is certainly not the first of the “Teen Mom 2” star’s tangles with the law.
On Oct. 10, 2010, the than 18-year-old was arrested with boyfriend Kieffer Delp when the duo were caught breaking and entering into a vacant property. During a search, drugs were found on the couple. Jenelle pleaded guilty and was sentenced to sentenced to 12 months probation.
On March 28, 2011, the TV personality was arrested again after a video surfaced of her attacking another teen. After she was released on bond, Janelle booked herself into a rehab facility.
She was arrested again the following August for violation of her parole when she tested positive for opiates.
In 2012, Jenelle was arrested again in North Carolina after she was booked by cops for allegedly making “harassing phone calls” and “communicating threats” to former roommate. She was released from jail after posting a $1,000 bond.
In May, she was arrested after failing to appear in court.
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