AceShowbiz - Jenelle Evans has explained her 911 call in which she reported her husband David Eason for allegedly attacking her. After the 911 call was leaked, the mother of three has set things straight about the incident, saying that her drunken self had a poor judgment about the situation at the time.
"It was a drunk and dramatic misunderstanding," Jenelle tells E! News. "Everything is great...We are totally fine." Addressing her withdrawal from Twitter, she goes on adding, "We are feeling fine. Just taking time off social media...time to focus on ourselves and our family."
As reported before, a woman, who is later revealed to be Jenelle herself, made a 911 call from her and David's home reporting an alleged assault on Saturday, October 13, shortly before 10 P.M. Two police officers responded to the report, but no arrests were made and Jenelle did not file a police report. An ambulance was also requested, but later canceled, and Jenelle was transported to a nearby hospital by a private car instead.
TMZ later obtained an audio of the 911 call, in which Jenelle was heard hysterically telling the operator that she thought her collarbone broke after her husband pinned her down so violently. Sobbing uncontrollably, she claimed that David got violent after he got drunk. "He is in the house and he's been drinking and I think that he got violent because he's been drinking," the 26-year-old said in the audio record.
Her representative, however, downplayed the reports, saying that the trip to the hospital was a result of the star tripping on her own. The rep told PEOPLE that the "Teen Mom 2" star "had friends over Saturday night and they had a bonfire on her property," during which "Jenelle ended up tripping and falling by the fire."
Contrary to the rep's statement, a source tells E! News that Jenelle did not fall into a bonfire and wanted to keep the misunderstanding private, that's why she made up the tripping story.