Yesterday “Teen Mom” star, Janelle Evans, walked out of court after receiving 12 month’s probation in addition to her community service. The punishment related to charges of possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia. She will also have to submit to monthly drug and alcohol tests as a condition of her probation.
Nineteen-year-old Janelle Evans pleaded guilty in a Brunswick County, North Carolina court, to possession of drug paraphernalia. The charges date back to Janelle’s 2010 arrest with her boyfriend, Kieffer Delp.
She was sentenced to a year’s probation and told she must submit to urine tests for drugs and alcohol at her monthly meetings with her probation officer. Her attorney, Dustin Sullivan, reported that as a condition of the probation Janelle must stay out of trouble for the next twelve months. Sullivan then went on to blame Kieffer for all Janelle’s legal problems, saying that she has never been in trouble before she met him.
There was some good news for Janelle in court yesterday, though. The charges of marijuana possession and breaking and entering against her were dropped. After she completes 24 hours of community service the drug paraphernalia charges will also be dropped. The “Teen Mom” star must complete the probation and drug testing, though.
She will also return to court on April 26 for charges in connection with a nasty girl-on-girl fight which was allegedly over her boyfriend, Kieffer. The fight was captured on video and widely publicized so Janelle should expect additional punishment for that.