When Jenelle Evans was arrested for throwing a glass at her ex-fiancée's girlfriend back in August, the Teen Mom 2 star claimed the other woman started it. But in the police report exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com, the officer on the scene stated they did not believe her version of the event.
The troubled Teen Mom 2 star was hauled off to jail on August 20, 2105, after Nathan Griffith came over to her house to pick up his things and brought his new girlfriend with him.
According to the Horry County Police report, Griffith's version of the story is he and Jessica Henry arrived at the home he previously shared with Evans and "while he was loading up his property into the bed of his truck, he looked up and observed the arrestee Evans throw something threw sic the - front passenger window at the victim's Henry head. This object was later discovered to be a glass mason jar."
The responding officer detailed her reaction via Griffith: "The witness Griffith stated that the victim Henry then began screaming in pain and the arrestee Evans ran back into the residence without saying a word."
"The victim stated that she was sitting in the front passenger seat of the pickup looking at her phone when all of a sudden, the suspect was standing next to her throwing a glass mason jar filled with water at her. The victim stated that the glass jar struck the right side of her head and shattered," the report continued. "The victim stated that she was in shock and the arrestee just ran back inside without saying anything. I did feel a large lump on the right side of the victim's head. EMS was declined after I offered to call for them."
The officer wrote, "I observed water inside of the truck along with glass pieces along the right front passenger seat, floorboard and outside on the ground just below the front right passenger door."
The officer then included Evans' version of the incident, which contradicted with the evidence they claimed they observed.
According to the report, Evans "stated that she walked outside and the victim got out of the truck. The arrestee claimed that she was in fear, so she threw water at the victim and the jar slipped from her hand. The arrestee stated that the victim caught the jar and threw it back at the arrestee, striking her back and then broke."
However, the officer claimed that Evans' description of the incident would have resulted in the shattered Mason jar landing in a different place.
"This would have made the broken glass somewhere farther in the driveway," the officer wrote, adding that Evans also did not appear to have been struck.
"I looked and did not observe any redness or any other injury to the arrestee's back," the officer wrote.
So Evans was arrested and taken to jail where she was eventually released without having to pay a bond. The case was eventually disposed and Evans paid a $500 fine, according to Horry County Sheriff records.
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