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BOLIVIA, N.C. (AP) - A star of the MTV reality show “Teen Mom 2” has been arrested for the second time in less than a week in southeastern North Carolina.
Jenelle Evans was charged Monday night with violating a domestic violence protection order. Evans was still being held in the Brunswick County jail Tuesday morning, but officials at the jail didn’t have more details on the arrest.
A call to her lawyer was not immediately returned.
The 20-year-old was arrested last week and charged with making harassing phone calls and communicating threats.
Evans was also charged with assault in March. A month later, she received 12 months of probation and community service on a drug paraphernalia charge.
In August, she was charged with a probation violation after testing positive for marijuana and opiates.
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