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Teen Mom 2's Jenelle Evans found herself behind bars yet again on May 20 after a North Carolina judge issued a warrant for her arrest when she failed to show up to court, according to TMZ. The 21-year-old reality star reportedly turned herself in around 4:30 p.m., and was later released on $1,000 bond.

Since Jenelle's currently facing a whole slew of charges, including a possible indictment for felony heroin possession (that court date has been continued until July 1), you probably need a refresher about Jenelle's latest legal blunder. According to her lawyer Dustin Sullivan, Jenelle was due in Brunswick County court today, May 20, to face Cyberstalking charges filed by her ex-fiancé Gary Head in 2012.

"We anticipate to go forward with a not guilty plea," Dustin told us back on April 25. Uh, more like "not present." (She also plans to plead not guilty to Simple Assault — with estranged husband Courtland Rogers as the State's witness — on June 3).

No word yet as to why Jenelle skipped out on court (a Ke$ha concert, perhaps?), but things didn't seem to be going her way earlier this afternoon when she tweeted "FML."

Let's hope Jenelle has a good excuse for blowing off the judge — or else this latest "Get Out of Jail" free card could be her last!

Source: TMZ