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Jenelle Evans Breaks Law By Setting Fire To Enemy Kailyn's Gifts, Cops Reveal

Dec. 22 2018, Published 12:05 a.m. ET

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Jenelle Evans is in more hot water after she was caught burning the gift Kailyn Lowry got her in attempt to end their longtime feud.

Columbus County police tell RadarOnline.com exclusively that Evans broke the law when she set Lowry's hair products — given to her as a peace offering — on fire.

According to North Carolina state law, it "is always illegal to burn trash and other non-vegetative materials. Leaves, branches and other plant growth can be burned under certain conditions."

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Evans, 27, could be facing up to $25,000 in fees.

And if that's not enough, police were called to her home Friday morning, after her mom locked her own keys inside the car.

As Radar readers know, Evans took to Instagram and posted a video of the burning in response, sending Lowry the message that she was not forgiven. She poured gasoline on the three highly inflammable hair products. She then said, "Hey Kail, this is to your peace offering," before lighting the products on fire.

"Kail Lowry, for years you’ve been super jealous and envious of all us girls on the show. You try to make your way into the group, then turn into a mean a** person when it came down to me," Evans wrote. "You apologize on/off, claim I need to be apologizing sometimes, then talk s**t constantly about me and my husband to the tabloids?! THEN you had the balls to send me a PEACE GATHERING GIFT?! Don’t send me gifts and then go talk s**t AGAIN!!!'

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