BOLIVIA, N.C. -- Charges of making threats and harassing phone calls have been dropped against the North Carolina woman who stars on the MTV reality show "Teen Mom 2."
Evans' attorney, Dustin Sullivan, says the woman who filed the charges decided she did not want to pursue them.
Evans is still embroiled in a legal dispute with her former boss, James Duffy. She has filed a cyberstalking complaint against him, and he responded by filing a cyberstalking complaint of his own.
The "Teen Mom" show documents the challenges of four teens' first years of motherhood.