Sheriff’s deputies responded to a 911 call placed from Evans’s home with husband David Eason in Columbus County, N.C., according to the Ashley’s Reality Roundup. Much of the report was confirmed by People.
An unidentified female reported “an assault” just before 10 p.m. Saturday, the chief of 911 operations for the county confirmed to the website. The chief said an ambulance for the female was “called, and then canceled,” and that she was ultimately taken to the hospital by a private vehicle. She was also reportedly “advised what legal action she could take.”
Columbus County spokeswoman Michelle Tatum told Yahoo Entertainment that no incident report was created for Evans’s address that day.
Evans’s representative did not respond to Yahoo Entertainment’s request for comment. However, a rep told People that Evans “had friends over Saturday night, and they had a bonfire on her property. Jenelle ended up tripping and falling by the fire.”
Us Weekly noted that Evans deleted her Twitter account sometime after the incident.
The Ashley reported that MTV was not filming during the call.
Evans married Eason on Sept. 23, 2017, at their North Carolina home. The two are parents to daughter Ensley, 1. (Evans is also mom to Jace, 9, and Kaiser, 4, her sons from previous relationships.)
The reality star was in the news for calling 911 in July. Teen Mom 2 cameras captured her reporting that another driver was acting aggressively toward her. She then followed the driver home and pulled out her gun while her son Jace was sitting beside her in the front seat.
Since she joined MTV in 2010, Evans has been involved in multiple violent incidents.
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