An arrest warrant is issued for the 'Teen Mom 2' star after she misses a court date related to her cyber-stalking case.
Jenelle Evans was sent back behind bars on Monday, May 20, after she failed to show up at court for a hearing in her cyber-stalking case. The 20-year-old "Teen Mom 2" star was initially scheduled to be at Brunswick County District Court in North Carolina at 09:30 A.M. but she arrived late.
"Jenelle was running late to court," Evan's lawyer, Dustin Sullivan told Us Weekly. "I told the court she was on her way and the court said they will keep it open. It was the last case of the day, so they put a $1,000 secure bond on her at the end of the day."
According to Sullivan, Evans later turned herself in and posted the $1,000 bond. "She was virtually under arrest for failure to appear so she turned herself in. I believe she has already been released." Following Evans' failure to appear on that day's hearing, Sullivan said that his client must return at the court on July 25.
Back in 2012, ex-boyfriend Gary Head filed cyber-stalking charges against Evans. Head wasn't the only victims, as Evans was also arrested for cyber-stalking her ex-roommate, Hannah Inman, and her former boss, James Duffy.
Evans arrest came a month after she was busted for heroin possession and attacking husband Courtland Rogers. Previously, along with her then-boyfriend, Gary Head, the troubled mother of 3-year-old Jace was also arrested on drugs and assault charges.