New Details: Jenelle Evans & Nathan Griffith, The Violent Fight That Ended Their Engagement

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‘Teen Mom 2’ star Jenelle Evans and her then fiance Nathan Griffith had a violent fight on Wednesday March 4th in the wee hours of the morning. The fight led to the police being called and Nathan being arrested for domestic violence. New details of the fight have now emerged and it looks like Jenelle and Nathan are done for good.

According to a source that spoke with E News, Nathan has admitted to cheating on Jenelle for the past 2 weeks. Jenelle had spent the previous night at a hotel and when she returned to gather some personal belongings Nathan demanded her engagement ring back.

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The police report states that when Jenelle refused to hand over the ring Nathan pinned her in the bathroom and wrestled Jenelle to get the ring off her finger, which led to a cut on Jenelle’s finger.

Nathan claims that he never touched Jenelle, he says that she ripped the ring off her own finger and threw it at him. He then went on to tell police that Jenelle is violent and showed them “old scars” that she had allegedly given him.

MTV cameras were there at the time of the incident, so there is a good chance we will see some of this on a future episode of ‘Teen Mom 2.’

Jenelle has stayed silent about the fight on Twitter. Her only tweet was about going on vacation sooner than expected. As far as her relationship with Nathan the source says “It’s over and she is looking for an apartment for her and the baby [Kaiser] today.

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8 thoughts on “New Details: Jenelle Evans & Nathan Griffith, The Violent Fight That Ended Their Engagement”

  1. katie yeager needs to stfu. used to think she was funny but now i’m thinking she’s a judgmental prick. you’re so smart katie your man comes in from 3rd shift in a mine, covered in coal dust and u think nagging from the time he walks in is the way to go? and now you’re so proud of working for discover card, the biggest crooks in america. start u off at 6% and jump u to 29%, talkin bout u can pay it off in 28 years, $10,000. dare to dream to be u. not.

    1. Sounds like someone has had some trouble with their discover card in the past. Here’s a crazy idea. Don’t charge stuff to your credit card if you can’t pay off the balance in full. No, sorry, you’re right, that is too crazy. Can’t believe I would even suggest something like that.

      On a separate subject, why are you even talking about katie yeager in the first place? This article had nothing to do with her. Have you been holding in that rant for a while now and just had to get it out somewhere?

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