Teen Mom 2's Jenelle Evans is behind bars (again).
But this time, she turned herself in, just like her lawyer said she would.
On Thursday, the MTV star went to the Myrtle Beach Police Department to own up to her actions, which in this case involved beating up her ex, Nathan Griffith.
She certainly made the po-po's job easier, since they were trying to find her so they could arrest her.
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According to Jenelle's lawyer, Nathan might end up dropping the charges, claiming the police pressured him to press them in the first place.
The mother-of-two is being processed and waiting for her bail hearing.
[Image via Myrtle Beach Police Department.]
Ever since Josh Duggar's molestation confession came to light, the whole incident has opened an entire can of worms.
According to Radar Online, the police documents regarding the 27-year-old's scandal reportedly shows that the rest of the children may have gone through violent discipline.
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Within the report, one of the victims told investigators about alleged abuse by Jim Bob and Michelle.
As written in the police report released by the Springdale Police Department, an investigator asked about being spanked by the Duggars and what they used to spank with.
The reported victim responded with:
What a loss on so many levels.
On Saturday, a Cleveland cop who shot 49 rounds into the car of an unarmed black couple in 2012 was acquitted of manslaughter.
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For those who don't remember the horrifying details, the cop in question, along with two other officers, used what prosecutors deemed as "excessive force" when trying to apprehend an unarmed black couple in a car chase.
Once the car came to a stop, officer Michael Brelo climbed up onto the hood of the couple's car and fired 15 fatal shots, bringing his total amount of shots to 49.
Brelo's defense tried to argue that the officer thought he had been shot at and that's why he acted aggressively.
So, what do YOU think of the acquittal verdict?
[Image via AP Images.]