TEEN Mom: Young and Pregnant star Rachel Beaver’s sister Malorie will be off the hook for “assaulting” her grandmother if she pays a court fine.
The Sun can exclusively reveal Malorie, 20, will not be prosecuted for her assault charge if she pays a court fine of $288.
Rachel’s sister Malorie only has to pay a court fine in her assault case[/caption]
The clerk of court for Monroe County in Tennessee confirmed to The Sun that Malorie does not have to appear for a March 24, 2020 court hearing if she complies with the court’s request.
As The Sun exclusively reported, Malorie was charged with assault against her grandma Janice Bollen, who has appeared on the show, on February after she was arrested two days before.
In the police report obtained by The Sun, Janice, 65, claimed Malorie arrived home intoxicated.
Janice claimed her granddaughter went into the bathroom and “fell” into the door, waking up her daughter Emerson, , and “causing her to cry.”
She was arrested on February for allegedly assaulting her own grandmother[/caption]
The report obtained from Madisonville Police Department in Tennessee continued: “Ms. Bollen advised she picked up the infant child to comfort her and Ms. Beaver insisted on taking her to the bedroom.
“Ms. Bollen reluctantly gave Ms. Beaver her child, as she was concerned about her falling.”
The report continued: “She advised Ms. Beaver began being loud and it scared the child so she wanted to sit in her lap, which hurt Ms. Beaver’s feelings.
“She advised Ms. Beaver began saying bad things about her and then grabbed her arm in an aggressive manner twice.”
Grandma Janice claimed Malorie grabbed her arm during a fight[/caption]
Janice threatened to call the police if she grabbed her arm again.
But the Young and Pregnant star allegedly “told her to go ahead and continued to be verbally aggressive toward her.”
According to authorities, Malorie “appeared to be intoxicated due to her being unsteady on her feet and having slurred speech.”
The arrest came right after Malorie moved in with her grandma after feuding with her sister Rachel and their mom, Stephanie.
Malorie moved in with her grandma after a fight with Rachel and their mom[/caption]
She posted on her Instagram story prior to the arrest: “@Stephbpolo is just mad because I am getting my s**t together. Like damn you’re supposed to be my mama why can’t you be happy for me for once?”
Malorie went back to living with her mom and sister home following the arrest.
She revealed her side of the arrest on Instagram Live: “Literally, all I did was grab my nana’s wrist [and] moved her hand so I could get Emerson.
“The only reason they arrested me for domestic assault is because they didn’t want to arrest me for a p.i. [public intoxication] because I was at home, so you can’t even really arrest me for that.
“They just wanted me out of the house… There was no marks, no evidence. No one saw anything. They couldn’t even arrest me for domestic assault, but they did anyway.”
But Malorie said over Instagram that officers just wanted her out of the home[/caption]
But Malorie isn’t the only one who has had a run-in with the law.
The Sun exclusively reported their dad, Jason Beaver, who has talked to Rachel over the phone on the show, has been in jail since his September 25, 2019 arrest for possession of heroin.
In court papers obtained by The Sun, Jason was charged on January , 2020 with one count of possession of a schedule I controlled substance: heroin and one count of possession of a schedule II controlled substance: methylphenidate, also known as Ritalin.
He is being held on no bond for violating his probation and on $11,220 bond for the possession charges.
He is to appear in court for his arraignment later this month.
Rachel learned she is pregnant with her second child on Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant[/caption]
As for Rachel, she learned she is pregnant on this week’s episode with her new boyfriend Koty.
After contemplating abortion, she decided to keep the baby.
She is also mom to toddler daughter Hazlee with ex-boyfriend Drew.
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