Update: Jenelle turned herself in on March 5, Jenelle’s attorney tells HollywoodLife.com. ‘They released her right away’ — and she didn’t have to pay her $1,000 bond.
Jenelle’s former boss James Duffy filed cyberstalking charges against Jenelle on March 2 which lead to a warrant issued against Jenelle.
Jenelle just spent the weekend in NYC filming a reunion show with her Teen Mom and Teen Mom 2 co-stars. She got back to North Carolina on March 5.
Jenelle has a court date set for March 23 — the same day Duffy is expected to appear in court for the cyberstalking charges that Jenelle threw against him.
The new charges against Jenelle “absurd and retaliatory in nature,” says Jenelle’s attorney.
– Lindsey DiMattina & Anna Moeslein
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