Rachel Beaver’s mom was sued for failing to pay over $21,000 in child support – but the Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant star’s sad childhood doesn’t end there. RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal Stephanie Bollen was once arrested for possession of drugs and car theft.
In an incident report obtained from Cobb County Police Department, Stephanie and a man were arrested for possession of drugs and car theft on April 29, 2012.
The reporting officer explained how a Hyndai Santa Fe with damage to the right driver’s side “paid unusually close attention” to the officer as the driver passed. When the officer checked the vehicle’s tag, it was listed as stolen.
The man, who was driving the vehicle, claimed a person named “Beau Mitchell” allowed him to use the vehicle. Stephanie denied knowing the vehicle was stolen.
In the original incident report, the reporting victim indicated an unknown person stole her vehicle while it was parked at a friend’s house. The report contradicted the man’s claims.
Inside the vehicle, officers found a small digital scale, a piece of paper with the writing “30 perc 10’s for $180, 30 Somas for $60, 4 Bars for $20, 2R’s for $40 = $300,” which appears to be the prices of various pills.
Also 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.”
The officer then read Stephanie her Miranda Rights.
According to the report, Stephanie claimed the only item belonging to her in the vehicle was a bag. She claimed that she had low blood sugar. Although she denied possession of the suspected Methamphetamine, she “did admit to using Methamphetamine ‘this morning.’”
In a narrative from another officer, he asked if Stephanie had any weapons or sharp objects on her. She responded that she “had a safety pin on her left bra strap and might have a small blade in her bra.” A small black knife was removed from under the left breast.
She was arrested, along with the man, and held on $5,000 bond. She flashed a smile in her mugshot.
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.
Breaking The Rules
But the trouble didn’t end there. On October 29, 2013, Stephanie’s probation officer claimed she had not performed the 24 hours of community service and had not paid $715 in fines/restitution.
She was ordered to serve 15 days in confinement.
Child Support Drama
As RadarOnline.com reported, Stephanie was sued in 2008, 2009, 2013 and 2016 for not paying child support for her three children.
An arrest order was issued on July 18, 2013 when she failed to appear in court. By February 2014, she owed $20,899.30 in child support. The warrant was returned on March 4, 2014. The Cobb County Sheriff’s Office and Police Department confirmed to RadarOnline.com that they have no record of an arrest for outstanding child support.
She owed $21,384.16 in child support by 2016 when the family moved to Georgia. An agreed order revealed, “This matter only pertains to the $4,176.84 in arrears owed to the state of Georgia.” A judgment was granted in that amount.
On Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant, Rachel opened up about her mother’s battle with drugs.
It appears Stephanie has turned her life around. She helped throw Rachel’s baby shower and often babysits her eldest daughter Malorie’s child.
Who’s The Father?
As viewers know, Rachel believes her baby daddy is longtime boyfriend Drew. But she also believes it could be his best friend Jacob, as she’s been on-and-off with them both.
Jacob has vowed to be involved in baby Hazlee’s life even if she’s Drew’s daughter.