Jenelle Evans involved in CRASH while PREGNANT with baby No.3

MTV reality star Jenelle Evans has reportedly been involved in a car crash while 10 weeks pregnant with her third child.

According to new police documents obtained by Us magazine, the Teen Mom 2 star told police she was 10 weeks pregnant after she was allegedly involved in a car crash with her latest boyfriend David Eason.

The report – which was filed on Wednesday July 6 – states that Jenelle and her partner were involved in a two-vehicle accident in North Carolina in which David rear-ended another car while at a traffic light.

It then states that the passenger in David’s car – who is believed to have been Jenelle – told police she was pregnant and complained of abdominal pain before being brought to a medical centre for treatment.

While the 24-year-old mother has not directly announced her third pregnancy, she did take to Instagram last night to address the incident and how it has been received by the public.

She wrote: “‘So sad.  ‘Disappointing.’  ‘She should have her tubes tied.’  ‘Did she have a miscarriage or is she still pregnant?!’  ‘3 baby daddies!’”

“These are only some hate comments I have been receiving since yesterday.  I don’t understand what is ‘disappointing’ or ‘sad’?!”

“Why not ask if I’m ok from the car accident?!  Why not be concerned about my health?!  I want privacy.  All of you disgust me.”

“Funny how someone else comes out with news they are pregnant and the world is overjoyed.”

 

 

I'll talk when I want to talk. #FuckOff

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The words were defiantly coupled with the caption: “I’ll talk when I want to talk.”

Jenelle is currently the mother of six-year-old Jace – whose birth was documented for MTV’s hit show 16 and Pregnant – and two-year-old Kaiser.

The reality star’s battle with drug addiction has been well documented during her time on Teen Mom 2 and she has been arrested 13 times since the show first aired in 2011.

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