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Jenelle Evans Dropping Acid, 'She Does It A Lot, She Fell In Love With It' Claims Pal

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Apr. 4 2012, Published 10:00 a.m. ET

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Trouble continues for Teen Mom 2's resident wild child Jenelle Evans, whose new motto seems to be, “Turn on, tune in, drop out.”

Tori Rhyne, a close pal of the Oak Island, North Carolina native, tells this week’s Star magazine exclusively that Evans has been dabbling in LSD use, "thinking it helps her, but it really doesn’t.

“She does it a lot -- she fell in love with it,” Rhyne tells Star. “It’s just a little sheet that she puts on her tongue and waits for it to hit her: Then she gets all weird.”

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Evans -- who also indulges in vices including Ecstasy tablets, Xanax, Adderall and alcohol -- is currently being drug tested for marijuana as a condition of her probation.

Still, Rhyne says it’s just a matter of time before she lights up again.

“After she gets off, she’s going to smoke a big blunt, that’s what she told me,” Tori says, adding the one thing Evans isn’t putting much thought toward is getting back custody of her baby son, of whom the court has temporarily awarded custody of to her mother Barbara.


“She’s only worried about getting off probation, so she can smoke weed!” Rhyne claims.

Jenelle’s lawyer Dustin Sullivan told Star, “The allegations against my client are absolutely false.”

For more on this exclusive story, check out Star magazine -- available on newsstands Thursday.


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