Jenelle Evans' tantrum could easily have ended fatally, the other driver reveals.
The Teen Mom 2 Starin pulled out her gun after a driver had infuriated her because she had her on the highway, footage of which was unveiled Monday on the MTV show.
The Star 26 followed the other driver Robert Robinson Jr. home and began taking pictures of him and his vehicle after the incident. The mother of three, who was in the car with her 8-year-old son Jace, pulled out her gun as she approached the house.
The incident escalated when Evans accidentally walked back into Robinson Jr.'s mailbox, which led to her telling her that Evans was lucky to be alive when he alerted his neighbors when he saw her coming to his house, and they were supposedly armed.
Robinson Jr. told TMZ.
He told the outlet that he also kept a pistol in his truck ̵
Following the popular MTV series on Monday night, Evans got mad when Robinson Jr. dragged her along the freeway just to get past her and once on the brake he was in front of their vehicle.
When he took an exit ramp, Evans decided to follow him s home, where the incident followed. At some point, she loosened her seat belt, leaned forward and pulled out a small pistol while Jace watched
She inadvertently retreated into the man's mailbox, causing him to yell at her, although what he said explicitly was not was heard. RELATED: Teen Mom 's Jenelle Evans pulls a gun with son Jace in the car during the Rage
The incident escalated when the driver returned to his car got off and started to block Evans' car.
"Dude, he just hit my car! Babe, he just hit my car!" She yelled at Eason, who was still in handsfree when she tried to drive away.
"Dude, leave me alone!" She said as she pulled her weapon. (While MTV cameras did not show Evans swinging the pistol, they displayed a black screen saying "At this point, Jenelle pulled out her firearm.")
Evans did not immediately respond to the KNOWN's request for comment.
The incident occurred on April 26 and no driver was charged at the time.
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North Carolina State Highway Patrol said on Tuesday to PEOPLE that they will not resume the investigation.
"A request by our member to watch video footage from personal video recorders was never met by the parties involved," a North Carolina State Highway Patrol Public Information Officer told PEOPLE in a statement.
After seeing the footage broadcast on July 23, 1818, there are no plans to resume the investigation of collisions or other offenses taking place on a state-maintained road. Any additional violation committed outside the jurisdiction of the State Highway Patrol is at the discretion of the Brunswick County Sheriff Department.
The mother of three – Jace, son of Kaiser, 3, and daughter Ensley, 18 months – has come under fire for sharing photos and videos of herself with social media weapons, including as her husband a clip shared by Evans holding and aiming a rifle the same day as at the Florida high school shoot in February, which killed 17.
Evans did not give in and shortly thereafter published a photo of her son Emperor with a toy pistol with the inscription " #CountryLiving ".
She also talked to Jace in a recent episode about the National Rifle Association, telling him she supports the second change.