“Teen Mom 2” star Jenelle Evans should start paying rent at her local police department. On Monday, the 20-year-old reality TV trainwreck, who is on probation for a domestic violence protection order violation in January, was arrested again.
She’s already been booked several times — for drug paraphernalia, harassing a former roommate with phone calls, and for a brawl with some “friends” that was caught on camera.
This time, the charges were related to cyber-stalking her former employer, James Duffy. In a twist, Evans was actually the first to file cyber-stalking allegations against Duffy, who posted photos of her partying — along with her home address and phone number — publicly online. Duffy retaliated with similar charges.
“Duffy filed cyber-stalking charges against Jenelle,” her lawyer tells E!. “She has not posted anything about him in a long time. Duffy came up with these accusations.” In fact, Jenelle only learned there was a warrant out for her arrest when Duffy wrote about it on Facebook. “Jenelle was aware of the warrant because Duffy posted all about it on Facebook and Twitter on Friday.”
We’re thinking it’s time for some de-friending.