Jenelle Evans, star of reality program Teen Mom 2, turned herself in to law enforcement Thursday amid allegations of domestic violence, according to CBS News.
CBS reported that Evans’ ex-fiancé Nathan Griffith filed a police report Tuesday that claimed Evans assaulted him.
According to TMZ, Evans, 23, was released Thursday afternoon.
This was not Evans' first brush with the law; she was arrested in February for driving without a license.
The sixth season of Teen Mom 2, a spinoff of 16 & Pregnant, is scheduled to premiere on MTV on July 9.
Evans’ arrest is the latest in a series of legal issues and scandals surrounding reality stars, including 19 Kids and Counting’s Josh Duggar’s admission of child molestation and a report that Here Comes Honey Boo Boo’s Mama June was in a relationship with a convicted child molester.
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