Jenelle met with her probation officer for the first time to go over the terms of her supervision.
Jenelle pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia on April 14, when prosecutors dropped charges of marijuana possession and breaking and entering. The judge placed Jenelle on probation for one year — and mandated that she complete 24 hours of community service, pay all fines and court fees and stay out of trouble with the law until her next hearing date of April 16, 2012.
“Everything went well,” Dustin tells us of Jenelle’s April 19 meeting with the probation officer.
Jenelle’s probation officer has to make sure that Jenelle “shows up to court dates and gets her community service done,” says Dustin. “She has to meet with him once a month — and he has to make sure that there are no new pending charges.”
The probation officer also has to see that Jenelle’s drug tests come back negative.
But Jenelle has yet to start towards completing her 24 hours of community service. “The community service coordinator has not contacted her yet,” Dustin says, to give her a list of places where she can choose to work.
On April 18, Jenelle tweeted she’s “crying my eyes out wishing I never even moved here thanks MTV.”
But today, “Jenelle seemed fine,” notes Dustin.
- Lindsey DiMattina
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