'Teen Mom' Jenelle Evans and boyfriend Gary Head sling accusations of abuse, drug use
On Sunday, Gary tweeted about picking up Jace for a "fun day," and Jenelle playfully called Gary her "big kid." By the next day, everything had changed.
On Monday, Jenelle posted a YouTube video entitled "TO GARY HEAD." In the video, she sang along to "Face Down" by The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus. The song includes lyrics like "Do you feel like a man when you push her around? Do you feel better now as she falls to the ground?" and a reference to a woman covering bruises with makeup.
She announced on her twitter that she and Gary "broke up for good," and that she was "depressed" over it. "He basically slapped me in my face, and pinned me to my bed," Evans told Examiner. "The way he slammed me down my jaw got popped out of place, and he ended up punching me with his palm." She adds that she had to, "get ice for my cheek bone all night."
On Twitter, Gary says he "never hit Jenelle," and accused Jenelle's friend Nicholas Mullen (with the username @Spaz19891) of bringing Jenelle "hydrocodones every night." Hydrocodone is used in the painkiller Vicodin. He also claims that Jenelle has been using "acid, heroin, shrooms, and drinking. Drugs that barely stay in the system."
Additionally, he tells a fan that though he tried to convince Jenelle to take her bipolar medication, she refuses and says that her pills make her head hurt.