MTV's "Teen Mom" star, Jenelle Evans, said "everything is fine" on Friday after her 911 panic last week accusing her husband David Eason of attacking her in a drunken attack.
Police confirmed that they responded after the assault report to the North Carolina house that Evans, 26, shares with Eason, 30, and their four children.
Two officers arrived at the house, but a requested ambulance was canceled because "the woman was taken to the hospital in a private vehicle," police told People. No complaint was filed with the police.
"My husband … just assaulted me," the tearful star of reality told the 911 dispatcher on a tape of the October 13 call obtained by TMZ. "He nailed me to the ground … I think I heard my fucking collarbone fracture, I can not move my arm."
He "has been drinking and I think he was raped" because he was drinking. I am recovering from a surgery I had on Monday, "he added, referring to sinus surgery.
Evans told E! The news on Friday that there was a "drunken and dramatic misunderstanding," although she did not elaborate. "Everything's fine, we're totally fine, just taking time out of social networks … time to concentrate on ourselves and our family," he added.
An Evans representative initially told People that he tripped and fell outside during a party at the couple's house.
Evans has been one of MTV's teen moms with the most troublesome past and several arrests.
His mother and the father of one of his children have expressed concern about the program that Eason may be abusive, which both Eason and Evans have denied. Eason can not appear on the show after the homophobic tweets.
Evans and Eason have a small daughter. Evans also has two children with two other men, and Eason has a daughter with another woman.
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