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'Teen Mom 2' star released on bond

“Teen Mom” star, Jenelle Evans was arrested after allegedly beating up her ex-boyfriend, officials say. Source: MBPD “Teen Mom” star, Jenelle Evans was arrested after allegedly beating up her ex-boyfriend, officials say. Source: MBPD
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - “Teen Mom 2” star Jenelle Evans has been released after a judge issued a personal recognizance bond Thursday. She was arrested earlier after allegedly beating up her ex-boyfriend, according to Myrtle Beach Police records. 

A trial has been set for June 4 at 5 p.m., according to Myrtle Beach Municipal Court. 

Recent tweets from her public relations Twitter page suggest that there may be more to the story.

According to a police report from the Myrtle Beach Police Department, the victim arrived to the police department on Wednesday around 12:30 a.m. in reference to getting a restraining order against 23-year-old Evans. The victim told police the suspect called him wanting him to come outside, and the victim said he went outside only because Evans claimed to be damaging his vehicle. During an argument, Evans started to assault the victim. Evans allegedly slapped, punched, choked, and tried to kick the victim down stairs. The victim told police he did not hit Evans back.

Police say the victim's neighbors came outside and advised them to “settle down”. When the victim told Evans to leave the property she refused, and tried to force her way into the victim's apartment. The victim managed to lock himself in the apartment safely, but the suspect started yelling, “He has my phone, and he won't give me back my son.”

Finally, Evans left the scene, but she kept calling the victim on the phone, according to police. Evans and the victim share a child together. 

The report says the victim's injuries were consistent with his story.

The following tweets were posted from Evans' official public relations Twitter page Wednesday morning. 

-Jenelle Evans PR (@JenelleEvansPR) May 27, 2015For those asking,Jenelle was at Nathan's to pick up her son. Nathan stole her phone & refused to hand over Kaiser.This is how it started.

-Jenelle Evans PR (@JenelleEvansPR) May 27, 2015

Neighbors called the police after witnessing Nathan run Jenelle over. Her attorney is involved & this will be handled in compliance with LE.

-Jenelle Evans PR (@JenelleEvansPR) May 27, 2015

Nathan ran over Jenelle with his truck before the incident in the police report. Jenelle is seeking charges & is ready to get the truth out.

A warrant request for Evans was sent for first degree criminal domestic violence, according to law enforcement. She was booked into Myrtle Beach Jail Thursday, May 28, according to MBPD records.

A tweet posted at 1:19 p.m. Thursday from @JenelleEvansPR reads:

Jenelle turned herself in this afternoon, as planned. She looks forward to the truth coming out and moving on with her children.

In February, Evans was arrested in Horry County for not having a driver's license

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