Jenelle Evans Joins Tinder One Day After Arrest, Fight With Ex-Fiance Nathan Griffith

Jenelle Evans
Jenelle Evans created a profile on the dating app Tinder just one day after being charged with domestic violence against her ex-fiancee Nathan Griffith Bruce Glikas/FilmMagic

No mugshot for the profile pic! Jenelle Evans has joined the dating app Tinder just one day after being charged with domestic violence, Us Weekly can confirm.

The Teen Mom 2 star posted two stunning selfies to her account, and is clearly ready to date again. "Surfside area. Graduating in July for Medical Assistant," her profile reads. "Mother of 2 boys. Going back to school for Surgical Tech. Want to know more? Ask away."

Evans, 23, turned herself in on May 28 after Myrtle Beach police in South Carolina put a warrant out for her arrest. The day before, the reality star allegedly attacked her ex-fiance Nathan Griffith outside his home. The couple, who share 11-month-old son Kaiser, split months ago.

"I think that in her heart she thought that maybe with them breaking up that they would get back together because they have a child together," Evans' lawyer, Amy S. Lawrence, told Us Thursday. "And I think she’s just very hurt that he has moved on."

"He will do everything that he can to get these charges dismissed for Jenelle," Lawrence added. "He understands that she’s hurt because they’ve broken up, and he’s dating somebody else and things escalated in a way they shouldn’t have. But he does not want her to have any kind of criminal consequence for this."

Evans was previously engaged to boyfriend Gary Head, and briefly married Courtland Rogers back in 2012. She's also mom to son Jace, 5, whom she had with ex Andrew Lewis.

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