Jenelle Evans arrest warrant issued after 'Teen Mom 2' star blew off court date
Jenelle Evans got in some big trouble after blowing off a mandatory court date in North Carolina. The "Teen Mom 2" star was supposed to appear at a hearing for the cyberstalking case leveled against her by her ex-boyfriend in 2012, but didn't show up to the court room when scheduled.
TMZ reports that an arrest warrant was soon issued for Evans. The 21-year-old turned herself into police later in the day, posted a $1,000 bond and was then released.
This is Evans' latest legal trouble after years of arrests. She was recently arrested for possession of heroin with intent to manufacture, sell, or distribute, and also received an arrest warrant for failing to pay child support. Evans' mother Barbara is currently in custody of her son, Jace.