Janelle Evans From “Teen Mom 2″ ArrestedBy: Daryl Nelson - December 15, 2013
If you’re familiar with Jenelle Evans, one of the stars of the popular MTV series “Teen Mom 2,” then you already know she’s doesn’t do a very good job of keeping out of trouble, and this past weekend was no exception.
According to reports, the 21-year old wild-child was arrested for disturbing the peace outside of her South Carolina home, after having a heated argument with her boyfriend Nathan Griffith.
Based on Griffith’s account, the two had a spat inside the home they share, which made Evans lock him out of the house. Eventually, all of the screaming made one of the neighbors call the boys-in-blue and once they arrived, they convinced Griffith to calm down and go for a walk.
But fortunately for Griffith and Evans, the cops left without slapping the cuffs on anyone, but had to return later that day after Griffith climbed through a window to get back inside. This forced Evans to lock herself in the bathroom, which sparked round two of the verbal melee. And anyone who’s ever watched the show “COPS” already knows, if the police have to come back to the same place for the same kind of incident, someone’s going to jail, and this time it was Evans.
She was booked into the Horry County Jail on Saturday evening around 5 p.m., after swearing at the police and refusing to settle down. And what’s Evans’ version of the incident? The complete opposite of course, as she said her neighbor has a penchant for calling the police for no reason at all.
“Dude u can say what u want,” she Tweeted. “The cops r sooooo annoyed by my neighbors constantly calling the cops on our dog and s–t. I’ve been in my house all day long. She even said Nathan was outside yelling at my mom on the phone…..Lmfao no he wasn’t.”
Evans then accused her neighbor of always trying to sell a story to the press.
Hopefully, the reality star will take a needed hiatus from all of the legal drama she’s been running into lately, especially since she’s pregnant again and still on probation from an earlier arrest this year.