Jenelle Evans Arrested? Cops Called To ‘Teen Mom 2’ Star’s Home, What Happened?

Jenelle Evans and her live-in boyfriend, David Eason, received a visit from police over the weekend. However, despite her bad behavior in the past, it wasn’t Evans who the police were looking for. Instead, it was the Teen Mom 2 star’s mother, Barbara Evans.

According to a Radar Online report on January 20, Eason called the police after Barbara arrived to their North Carolina home uninvited, and proceeded to yell and scream at them in front of Jenelle Evans’ children — Jace, from her relationship with Andrew Lewis, and Kaiser, from her relationship with ex-fiancé Nathan Griffith.

Lt. Brewer with the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office told the outlet that Jenelle Evans’ boyfriend, Eason, whom she’s been dating since the fall, dialed 911 on Saturday.

“David Eason, he is the one that calls,” Lt. Brewer said. “He states that his girlfriend’s mother came to the house uninvited, screaming and yelling at him in front of the children and the subject in the house is Barbara Evans.”

According to the police log, the dispatcher “could hear yelling in the background” during Eason’s call. However, unlike many of Jenelle Evans’ previous fights, which have reportedly resulted in physical assaults and arrests, Eason’s dispute with Barbara was only “verbal.”

“There was no report taken, because what it appears is that it was a disagreement between him and the mother. She is the grandmother, so she has rights to have the children, and she left with the children.”

In the past, Jenelle Evans’ boyfriends, including Griffith, have openly feuded with her mother, and even had screaming matches, which have been seen on episodes of Teen Mom 2. Now, it seems Eason is following in the footsteps of Jenelle Evans’ previous boyfriends when it comes to his relationship with her mother.

As for what started the argument, a source told Radar Online that the parties involved were feuding over Barbara’s parking job, which had allegedly backed up traffic in Jenelle Evans’ neighborhood.

“The cops told him and Jenelle’s mom that she can’t block the street and needed to pull up more,” the source said. “That’s all.”

The source also revealed that Jenelle Evans didn’t appear to play much of a part in her mother’s dispute, and was inside doing her makeup when the police were called.

Meanwhile, although Jenelle Evans’ latest police-related incident didn’t involve her arrest, she is still dealing with legal issues stemming from a fight with her ex-fiancé Griffith’s new girlfriend, Jessica Henry. As Radar Online reported, Jenelle Evans is fighting back against charges of assault and battery after being accused of throwing a glass at Henry, who had traveled to her home with Griffith to pick up the former couple’s young son.

When you’re running around taking care of your baby it’s hard to stay healthy. @310nutrition helps me :)

— Jenelle Evans (@PBandJenelley_1) January 14, 2016

In addition, Jenelle Evans recently met with Child Protective Services after Griffith claimed she left the country without informing him she was doing so (When Jenelle Evans went to St. Thomas with a friend, she didn’t tell Griffith, and opted to have their son stay with a friend rather than leave him with his father).

“They saw Kaiser,” a source told Radar Online after the visit. “The CPS lady told [Jenelle Evans] and David that she thinks everything is okay and that Kaiser is perfectly fine.”

Jenelle Evans will rejoin her co-stars, including Leah Messer, Kailyn Lowry, and Chelsea Houska, later this year on MTV for Teen Mom 2 Season 7, which is currently in production.

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