Jenelle Evans pulled out a gun during a road rage fight on this week's Teen Mom 2 – and the drama unfolded with her 8-year-old son terrified in the front seat.
The incident, which RadarOnline.com exclusively broke in April, started when a man in a white truck began tailgating Evans.
"Dude are you kidding me right now?" she asked. "This dude behind me. I will go so slowly if he keeps tailgating me. I will go slow the whole way!"
When her son warned her that the driver is "getting closer," Evans responded, "Won't let him, cause now he's stuck."
The driver then cut her off, as Evans slammed on the breaks to avoid hitting him.
"Are you f**king kidding me dude! Oh my God," she yelled.
She then called 911 and reported the incident.
"I am driving down highway 17 right now and the driver in front of me… he was tailgating me the whole way, he would not stop," she told the operator. "Then he races in front of me and purposely slammed on the breaks at 70 something miles an hour. I almost got veered off the side of the road. That's how bad I had to slam on the breaks!"
She then turned off the highway and followed him to his house. Before she arrived, she took out her gun and moved it next to her transmission.
Her son appeared to have seen, as he said, "If he tried to get out and hurt you I have this nerf gun and it'll whip him."
She then screamed to the man, "I called the cops. They're on the way. I got three cameras in my car and they got the whole thing. I just called the law on you! You were tailgating me you dumb***!"
Evans then "unintentionally" backed into his mailbox. The driver then blocked her in so she couldn't leave.
"Dude he just hit my car," she said as she reached for her gun.
A disclaimer then read, "At this point, Jenelle pulled out her firearm."
As she was driving away, he followed her and continued to tail her.
"Dude, leave me alone," she screamed, as she told her husband David Eason on the phone, "Babe he won't let me leave!"
Eason yelled, "Well don't f**king God damn follow him. You call the police. You don't follow a grown man to his f**king house!"
The man stopped following her and the police pulled her over.
She cried to the cop, "I was on the highway and this guy was tailgating me in a huge truck. He got in front of the car and slammed on the breaks so hard that I swerved off into the grass. And then Jace's head almost hit the dashboard. After that he went down a dirt road and I followed him. He pulls out his truck and tried to corner me in. He yelled at me, 'You're going to jail, you're not leaving.' I was scared! He hit the front of the bumper with his truck!"
When she got out of the truck to talk to the officer, Jace called his grandma Barbara.
"This guy was trying to block us," he explained. "He slammed into us. Then Mommy points her gun at the guy. Then he said, 'You better not f**king shoot.' Then mommy finally turned out and now we got pulled over."
Radar obtained the police report from Brunswick County Sheriff's Office in North Carolina from the incident.
"A crazy lady followed him to his house, she is fixing to get shot," the report stated. "She was driving blocking traffic, he tried to pass her on the inside like everyone else and she flipped out."
Also on the episode, Briana DeJesus underwent her plastic surgery procedure in Miami. Although she felt "comfortable" with ex-boyfriend Javi Marroquin taking care of her, her mother Roxanne believed he was there to be on camera.
"I can call each move he's going to play," she said. "He thinks he's a player. Don't trust him! He's shady. I don't want him near you. If he's going to help you, shut the cameras down."
Roxanne decided to drive down to take of Briana. But she brought DeJesus' ex-boyfriend and baby daddy Devoin Austin with her!
"You got to be f**king kidding me," Marroquin said when they walked in. "Somebody find the nearest hotel cause I'm not staying here. Why is he here? This is stupid. I'm not being a part of this. I'm leaving."
But he didn't leave without Roxanne giving him a piece of her mind!
When Marroquin explained how he flew to Miami to talk in person about their relationship, she responded, "Perfect timing right before surgery with a camera crew here!"
She continued, "I think you're sneaky. Why the proposal when you should've waited? We don't act. We're real. You were reckless cause you want to be in the spotlight. You want to maintain it. It was very disappointing."
Marroquin then said before leaving, "You think me being here makes me look good? I'm the one who lost his image being with this family."
Also on the episode, Chelsea Houska and her husband Cole DeBoer check out a visitation center. According to her new court order with baby daddy Adam Lind, he is only allowed to see Aubree at the center.
Houska explained how it's been months and Lind has yet to schedule a visit with the 8-year-old.
"I don't expect Adam to go there," Houska told her husband on their way there. "This is the last option we would want."
DeBoer added, "Do you think we want Aubree to come down to this crap? I don't want her to have to have to come here."
After they visited the center, Houska said she "almost started crying five times."
"It was nicer than I expected," DeBoer said. "I was very annoyed they contact him to set stuff up. They're being a babysitter. If he wanted to see her he could call and make an appointment. That's ridiculous."
But Houska wasn't the only cast member with baby daddy issues. When Kailyn Lowry returned home from Hawaii, the father of her son Lux called her a "sh***y mom."
"He said I did all the things I said I wouldn't, aka: file for child support. But I'm like, you said you weren't going to cheat on me. You said you were going to be a good dad. You said you were going to work full time. It pisses me off Chris will get cut slack because of my income. If he's capable to work 40 hours a week and he only chooses to work 15 or 20, I don't believe that's fair."
When they went to court, they decided he would pay her $346 a month.
"This was me being nice, I could've asked for more," she told producers. "You can provide way more for your son. I told him it could start next month. You're welcome, Chris!"
And finally, Leah Messer learned the devastating news that her daughter Ali's aid is being dropped. Ali suffers from muscular dystrophy.
"She's not going to have an aid," Messer complained to a producer. "It's a necessity for her. This is how she gets things done in school. She can't carry her backpack. She can't always wipe. So what the hell do I do? It makes me pissed. She wouldn't be able to function and learn without the help of an aid."
When she told her baby daddy Corey Simms, he went off on the school.
"We send our kids to school expected to be taken care of, especially Ali with her condition," he told Messer. "Now we have to worry. We'll keep her home. When the school board sends us a letter saying your kid missed X amount of days, we'll say take us to court!"
Teen Mom 2 airs Mondays at 9/8c on MTV.
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