Teen Mom 2 viewers watched Jenelle Evans pull out a gun during a road rage incident, but the car drama doesn’t end there! RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal Evans, 26, has been hit with many traffic tickets over the years.
The Clerk of Court for Brunswick County in North Carolina confirmed Evans was pulled over for unsafe passing of a yellow line on September 10, 2011. The charge was reduced to improper equipment and she was forced to pay a $238 fine.
Then on May 31, 2013, she was issued a ticket for failure to wear a seatbelt. The case was voluntarily dismissed, according to New Hanover Court.
On July 19, 2013, Evans was slapped with a ticket for speeding more than 10 but less than 15 mph over the speed limit. She pled guilty in North Myrtle Beach Municipal Court on August 7, 2013 and paid a $133.50 fine.
Then on October 16, 2013, she was busted for speeding 10 mph or less over the limit again. She pled guilty in Central Traffic Court on December 18, 2013 and paid a $81 fine.
Only days later on October 19, 2013, she was hit with a ticket for a seatbelt violation. She pled guilty in Central Traffic Court and paid a $25 fine.
Evans kicked off the New Year with yet another traffic citation on January 3, 2014. This one was for improper start of a vehicle. She pled guilty in Myrtle Beach Municipal Court and paid a fine of $341.50.
Evans had a need for speed again on September 8, 2015 when she was pulled over for the violation again. She pled guilty on March 3, 2016. She still owes a fine of $81 to Central Traffic Court.
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The mother-of-three was caught on camera following a man to his home after he tailgated and cut her off with her 9-year-old son Jace in the front seat.
When Evans knocked over his mailbox with her car, he blocked her vehicle in with his truck. That’s when she pulled out a gun on him.
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