Jenelle and her lawyer, Amy S. Lawrence, arrived at the jail on Thursday, May 28 and Jenelle turned herself in around noon. According to The Ashley (who also has photos of Jenelle arriving at the prison), there will be a bond hearing for Jenelle at 4pm EST today, at which point she will most likely be released on bail.
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Upon Jenelle's arrival at the North Carolina jail, she got finger-printed and posed for this mug shot, which is her fifteenth (!!!) total. Jenelle's collection of arrests over the years run the gamut, from possession of drug paraphernalia to, most recently, domestic abuse.
And Jenelle and her lawyer weren't alone—they were joined by a camera crew! Sources on the scene say that Jenelle's camera guys were in tow as she turned herself in, meaning that her legal drama will be chronicled on the upcoming sixth season of Teen Mom 2, which premieres this summer.
This whole debacle began on May 26, when cops were called to Nathan's home after Jenelle allegedly began attacking him. Is it wrong that we hope the MTV camera crew was around to capture that moment, too?!
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