Police officers shot a shocking video of Jenelle Evans' latest arrest after they responded to an incident involving her ex-fiancé's girlfriend — and RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that the footage is going to be used as evidence in her jury trial.
The 24-year-old Teen Mom 2 star was taken into custody in August 2015 after Nathan Griffith and his girlfriend, Jessica Henry, showed up at her house to remove his belongings. The two women got into a fight and Evans allegedly threw a glass at Henry.
Evans was charged with third-degree assault and battery.
Now, Amy Loving, Evans' attorney, told RadarOnline.com that she is still waiting for the prosecution to turn over "the evidence – reports, videos, etc."
The video, shot on Aug. 20, captured Evans immediately after the alleged incident. She is telling the officer her version of the events.
According to the police reported obtained by RadarOnline.com, Evans threw a "glass Mason jar," at Henry's head and described what happened to the officer.
The report says Evans "stated that she walked outside and the victim got out of the truck. The arrestee claimed that she was in fear, so she threw water at the victim and the jar slipped from her hand. The arrestee stated that the victim caught the jar and threw it back at the arrestee, striking her back and then broke."
However, the officer claimed that Evans' description of the incident would have resulted in the shattered Mason jar landing in a different place.
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"This would have made the broken glass somewhere farther in the driveway," the officer wrote, adding that Evans also did not appear to have been struck.
"I looked and did not observe any redness or any other injury to the arrestee's back," the officer wrote.
The video from the incident will be part of the evidence presented to the jury should the two sides not come to an agreement before the trial. However, the case was continued by a judge this week.
"We don't have a new court date yet," Loving told RadarOnline.com.