Jenelle Evans of "Teen Mom 2" is facing trouble with the law once again.
Evans, 20, was arrested and let go after her charges were read. Her agent, Leo Daniels, told the site, "Duffy filed cyberstalking charges against Jenelle."
"Jenelle was aware of the warrant because Duffy posted all about it on Facebook and Twitter on Friday.Jenelle was in New York over the weekend," Daniels said. "When she returned home, she went up to see what was going on. She was read the charges and they let her go."
Evans had filed cyberstalking charges against Duffy first, back in February, following the release of photos featuring Evans partying. The Brunswick County Sheriff's Department confirmed that Evans was released from jail on March 6 after posting $1,000 bond and is set to appear in court on March 23.
The reality star hinted at her legal woes on Twitter. "Well I'm having a fantastic morning lmao," she wrote on March 5 at 7:48 a.m.
She later posted at around noon, "Bye bye twitter for a month :("
Evans was arrested in January for violating a domestic violence protection order and for making harassing phone calls and threats to her former roommate.
The "Teen Mom 2" star has had several bushes with the law in the past. In March 2011 she was charged with assault after a fight recorded on video. Evans was sentenced to 12 months probation and community service on one charge of drug paraphernalia in April. In August, she was charged with violating her probation after testing positive for marijuana and opiates.
"Teen Mom 2" documents the challenges of four teens' first years of motherhood. It is the spin-off of reality series "16 and Pregnant" and "Teen Mom."