Janelle Evans, star of “Teen Mom“, has recently changed her address after paying another visit to jail regarding a glass-throwing incident to the girlfriend of her ex-fiance, Nathan Griffith, last week. Evans said that she would put his items at the end of the driveway, therefore avoiding any conversations or encounters with her ex.
Jennelle Evans is moving on since her most recent arrest for allegedly attacking ex-fiancé Nathan Griffith’s new girlfriend. In February 2015 she was detained for driving without a license, and this past May she was charged with criminal domestic violence after reportedly assaulting Nathan Griffith at his Myrtle Beach home.
However, Griffith’s girlfriend did show up, causing a scene between the two women.
“Jenelle did not intentionally throw a glass at her”, the insider explains. Jenelle has sought to get custody back from her mother, Barbara, who now is responsible for the child.
Johnny Donovan, rep of Evans confirmed that the “Teen Mom 2” has been set up as Evans is now only focused on things that concern her son, New York Daily News said.
On Sunday, Jenelle, 23, shared several photos of her 1-year-old son Kaiser, whom she shares with Griffith, enjoying a day at the beach. She pled guilty and was sentenced to 12 months of supervised probation and a monthly drug and alcohol test. Prosecutors dropped the drug-possession and breaking-and-entering charges, and on May 6 dropped the paraphernalia charge after Evans had completed 24 hours of community service. In May 2011 she was arrested for assault, and arrested again in August 2011 for violating her parole. The lawyer added the 29-year-old was not taken into custody. It was her 13th arrest in five years and the second for this year.
Evans alleged that Nathan framed her but the latter defended that he was only picking up some of the stuff he has left in the house that they once shared in South Carolina.