Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans has entered into a plea bargain agreement for the numerous charges filed against her. Evans pleaded guilty to her drug paraphernalia possession charge which brought upon her 12 months of being under probation and 24 hours of community service within the next 60 days, as recorded by the Brunswick County Clerk of Court’s office. The teen reality star was also asked to pay court fees.
According to a feature on E! Online, Evans’ lawyer Dustin Sullivan says she will remain free from any criminal records or convictions for as long as she pays the court, do her community service, behave and abide by the law, and be consistent on her court dates for the next 12 months. Eventually, all charges will be dismissed if she is able to fulfill all her probationary obligations.
By agreeing to the plea bargain, Evans together with her boyfriend Keiffer Delp, will not be charged for a breaking and entering plus possession of marijuana case. It can be remembered that both teens were accused of breaking into an abandoned North Carolina house to smoke pot last October.
The teen mom though will again be appearing in court later this month to face an assault and simple affray charges after an encounter of Evans and her used-to-be best friend Brittany Truett was recorded and posted online. They appear to be fighting and hurting each other that bestowed the same charges on Truett and another friend.
This is not the first time that teens, like Evans, have been involved in such serious allegations. As teen drug and alcohol abuse situations continue to rise, we are clearly seeing the effects of these conditions. Let’s just hope that something good comes out for Jenelle after all her trials.