Nathan Griffith's court date to face off with his ex-fiancée Jenelle Evans over larceny charges has been delayed, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.
"Nathan was supposed to be in court on Monday," a source close to the situation told Radar. "But the court case has been delayed to next month."
According to court records obtained by Radar, Griffith is now scheduled to appear in a New Hanover County, North Carolina courtroom during a morning court session on April 4.
As Radar previously reported, Griffith, 28, turned himself into police on Feb. 3 after Evans, 24, had an arrest warrant placed out on him.
Griffith was not held in custody and was given an unsecured bond, meaning he just had to promise to appear for his day in court.
Following his arrest, Griffith's attorney Megan Milliken told Radar that her client's first court hearing could have three possible outcomes, including setting a date for trial.
"But hopefully the court date will be dispositive, meaning it will be resolved that day," Milliken said.
Evans and Grififth are also scheduled fight later this month during a custody hearing, and next month in a child support hearing.