The court trial between “Teen Mom 2” star Jenelle Evans and Jessica Henry is coming up soon and each side is preparing for their time in court. However, a surprising turn of events has come up that will give jury members a chance to see the proof for themselves. According to “Radar Online,” Feb. 29, 2016, when police officers arrived on the scene, they shot a videotape and it will be allowed as evidence in the courtroom.
Apparently, Jenelle was moving to a new place in about 14 days, so he told Nathan to come and remove his possessions. When Nathan arrived at the house, he brought his new girlfriend, Jessica Henry. As he went to remove his possessions from the property, Jenelle and Jessica got into an altercation, which resulted in a mason glass being thrown at Jessica.
According to the police report, Jenelle “stated that she walked outside and the victim got out of the truck. The arrestee claimed that she was in fear, so she threw water at the victim and the jar slipped from her hand. The arrestee stated that the victim caught the jar and threw it back at the arrestee, striking her back and then broke.”
When the officer checked out Jenelle’s version of the story, he could not find any evidence of a broken Mason jar or pieces of glass, to confirm her statements. He also could not see any evidence of harm done to Jenelle by being hit by a glass.
“This would have made the broken glass somewhere farther in the driveway, I looked and did not observe any redness or any other injury to the arrestee’s back.”
Nathan Griffith had a different version that he told the police officer that seems closer to the truth. He said while he was gathering up his belongings, he looked up just as Jenelle threw a glass at Jessica who had remained sitting inside his truck. He said that Jessica began screaming in pain while Jenelle hurried back inside her house.
Jessica Henry told the responding officer that she was sitting in Nathan’s vehicle looking at her phone when suddenly Jenelle appeared just outside her window. She threw a mason jar filled with water at her and the jar hit her on the side of the head with such force that it broke.
The officer wrote in his report, “I observed water inside of the truck along with glass pieces along the right front passenger seat, floorboard and outside on the ground just below the front right passenger door.”
Jenelle was arrested on Aug. 20, 2015, and charged with third-degree assault and battery.
How do you think the court trial will turn out in this case? Will the jury members believe Jenelle Evans story on the events of the incident, or will they side with Jessica Henry and Nathan Griffith? Post your thoughts below in the comment section.