Jenelle Evans, seen here in a mug shot taken after a 2011 arrest in Oak Island, North Carolina, no longer has to worry about recent charges that she threatened and harassed a former roommate.
It's a mighty good day for Jenelle Evans.
The "Teen Mom 2" star shared on Twitter that the charges made against her by former roommate Hannah Inman for allegedly threatening and making harassing phone calls have been dropped.
"COURT IS OVER WITH. CHARGES WERE DROPPED WITH THE HANNAH CASE. :) she dropped them," Jenelle tweeted.
Evans was arrested and charged in January after a tangled web of accusations came out between the reality star and Inman involving alleged threats and naked photos being posted on Facebook.
Although these charges were dropped, Jenelle still has one pending case against James Duffy, Inman's roommate and Evans' former boss, who claimss the "Teen Mom 2" star allegedly " cyberstalks " him.
The court date for that case is set for this Friday.
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