Rachel Beaver’s mother Stephanie turned her life around after her possession of meth arrest, but the Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant star’s father continues to struggle with drug issues. RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal Jason Beaver was arrested in September 2019 for possession of heroin.
In an incident report obtained from Cobb County Police Department, heroin was located in a vehicle during a traffic stop on September 25th, 2019. Jason, along with another occupant, was arrested.
In court papers obtained from Cobb County Superior Court in Georgia, Jason was charged with felony counts of Possession of a Schedule I Controlled Substance and Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance. The case remains ongoing.
Jason broke probation from a December 11, 2017 arrest for Possession of a Schedule I Controlled Substance: heroin.
He pled guilty and was sentenced to three years in custody. Upon service of one year, the remainder of the sentence was to be served on probation.
Back on March 18, 2015, Jason was arrested for possession of a heroin, possession of methamphetamine, and possession of marijuana, less than an ounce.
The State of Georgia filed an amended petition for bond revocation. Jason allegedly “failed to actively participate in and complete the recommended treatment for substance abuse.” He has not participated in court-ordered treatment since October 11, 2016.
He also failed to submit to a drug screen on October 13, 2016 and failed to appear for a scheduled Bond Compliance Hearing on November 9, 2019.
It was ordered that his bond be revoked for 10 days.
He pled guilty on April 12, 2017 to the possession of heroin and meth counts. He was ordered to be on two years of probation. He was not prosecuted for the possession of marijuana charge.
Rachel’s father hasn’t appeared on Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant.
Like her mother, the Human Services Department also sued him for child support in 2008, 2009, 2016 and 2017 for Rachel, her older sister Malorie, who has appeared on their show, and their younger sibling.
But the legal issues don’t end there, as Rachel’s dad has also been arrested for theft and forgery. Scroll through RadarOnline.com’s gallery to go inside his other shocking arrests and to see all of his mug shots.
On September 14, 2012, Jason was arrested for theft. “He did unlawfully take music equipment, the property of James Beaver with a value in excess of $1,500,” the court papers obtained from Cobb County Superior Court read.
According to court documents, he was given a key to the victim’s storage unit. The victim is Jason’s own father. He entered his father’s storage unit multiple times and removed band equipment valued at over $10,000 without his father’s permission. (The mug shot is from Jason's 2019 arrest.)
He pled guilty and was sentenced to serve the one year in confinement and two years on probation. He also received credit for time served in custody. (The mugshot is from his 2015 arrest.)
On February 26, 2011, he was arrested for obtaining a controlled substance by misrepresentation and fraud. “The said accused did knowingly and intentionally perform acts which constituted a substantial step toward the commission of said crime: appeared at a pharmacy to accept delivery of a controlled substance, oxycodone, and expressed and implied falsely that a prescription for said controlled substance was authorized by Chris Stevens, M.D., who did not give such authority,” the court papers read.
He pled guilty to the charge. He was sentenced to confinement for a period of five years. He was able to serve three years of the sentence with the remaining two on probation. (The mugshot is from his 2017 arrest.)
In the incident report, the reporting officer explained how a Hyndai Santa Fe “paid unusually close attention” to the officer as the driver passed. When the officer checked the vehicle’s tag, it was listed as stolen. Stephanie denied knowing the vehicle was stolen.
Found inside the vehicle was blood sugar treatment products, a large digital scale and a small metal case, and a silver metal box containing a hypodermic needle, a spoon with residue, a glass case with residue, and various injection-related items.” “The items containing suspicious residue, which I suspected to be Methamphetamine were submitted for testing,” the police report read. “Also, a single Promethazine pill in a small baggie was found in the backpack when I was processing the evidence. Other suspicious items not seized were a camouflage mask, a bag containing an old penny and .380 ammunition.”
Although she denied possession of the suspected methamphetamine, she “did admit to using methamphetamine ‘this morning.’” She was arrested and held on $5,000 bond.
In court papers obtained from Cobb County Superior Court, Stephanie was charged with one count of theft by receiving stolen property, one count of violation of unlawfully possessing and having under her control a controlled substance, Oxycodone, and a final count of unlawfully possessing and having under her control a controlled substance, Methamphetamine.
Stephanie pled not guilty. She later accepted a guilty plea for the second and third counts, which were the drug charges. She was sentenced to four years on probation. She was also ordered to perform a minimum of 24 hours of community service, submit to random drug/alcohol screens, receive drug/alcohol evaluation, treatment and counseling, maintain lawful employment and more terms.
Rachel opened up about her mom’s battle with drugs on the MTV series. Fortunately for Rachel, it appears her mom has turned her life around. She threw Rachel’s baby shower and often babysits Malorie’s daughter.
Who’s The Baby Daddy?
While it appears her dad isn’t involved in her life, it seems her daughter Hazlee will have the same fate. Rachel believes her baby daddy is her longtime boyfriend Drew. But there is a chance the father could be his best friend Jacob, as she’s been on and off with them both.
While Drew wants no part in Hazlee’s life, Jacob has stepped up even though she may not be his.
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