Oh, Jenelle Evans. The law just doesn't seem to be on your side. But they do appear to be at your side - quite a bit, lately.
A police report obtained by Radar Online states that the cops arrived at Jenelle's house over the weekend after live-in boyfriend David Eason called 911.
According to police, Jenelle's mother Barbara paid a surprise visit to the home and began feuding with David.
Says Lt. Brewer of the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office:
“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.”
The log indicates that the 911 dispatcher heard people yelling in the background.
After the altercation subsided, Barbara left with the Jenelle's sons, Jace, 6 and Kaiser, 1.
“There was no report taken, because what it appears is that it was a disagreement between him and the mother,” said Lt. Brewer. “She is the grandmother, so she has rights to have the children, and she left with the children.”
However, a source close to the family tells Radar a different story: that the police came simply because Barbara's car was parked illegally and blocking traffic.
So why the screaming match with David? And why the 911 call? Seems a little dramatic over a bad parking job.
It's safe to say this was all unfortunate news for Jenelle, who likely isn't thrilled about any more run-ins with the law.
The Teen Mom 2 star is facing assault and battery charges after allegedly throwing a glass at the new girlfriend of her ex-fiance, Nathan Griffith.
Nice work, David and Babs. You just couldn't keep your yelly sesh on the down low, could you?
Because, nah, what fun would that be?