Speaking out against claims by Brittany Maggard that she profited from beating Britany Truett to a pulp, Jenelle Evans says she did nothing of the sort.
Did not profit, that is. Jenelle delivered a beating, alright.
Monday, the Teen Mom 2 star was arrested and charged with a misdemeanor for disorderly conduct after TMZ posted a video of her beating up Truett.
Now, the MTV reality star claims that Brittany Maggard, who instigated the fight with Truett, was the one who turned a profit with the shocking tape.
Evans charges that Maggard sold off the clip to the media for $45,000. "She told me herself and I got very upset," Evans told E! "I cried for two hours."
Maggard was arrested for violating probation (stemming from a previous assault conviction) after the video showed her encouraging Jenelle to fight.
Truett, the punching bag, was busted as well, but plans to claim she only got into fisticuffs with Jenelle as a matter of self-defense. Not a stretch.
"I think we have a very solid self defense claim and we are continuing to investigate the matter," Truett's attorney, Adrian Iaplucci, tells E! News.
"We are ready to take care of this as soon as possible."
Jenelle was apparently far from pleased about her ex, Kieffer Delp, making a pass at Truett, or vice versa. Whatever the case, she went OFF.
Evans, the mother to 19-month-old son Jace, who is now under the primary custody of Jenelle's own mom, is due back in court on April 26.