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Reality TV Star Nathan Griffith Faces Arrest After Assaulting His Sister and Making Suicidal Threats

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Horrifying details have emerged surrounding the recent arrest of Nathan Griffith, known for his appearance on the reality TV show “Teen Mom 2”, Your Content has learned.

Griffith’s sister contacted the Las Vegas police on Wednesday night to report an incident involving her brother. Upon arriving at the scene, officers found Nathan outside the residence, yelling and denying any physical contact with his sister. However, they noticed visible red marks on her neck and redness on her eyelids, indicating signs of strangulation.

During their investigation, the police learned from Nathan’s sister that he became angry when she confronted him about his history of aggression towards family members and significant others.

She recounted that Nathan forcefully grabbed her by the throat, causing her to fall onto the kitchen floor. He then proceeded to restrain her, intermittently releasing his grip to allow her to breathe before tightening it again. Allegedly, he accompanied this assault with the disturbing statement, “You’re going to submit to me.”

Based on the sister’s allegations and the evidence observed, the police arrested Nathan on charges of battery by strangulation. However, the troubling incident did not end there.

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During transport, Nathan reportedly banged his head against a rear window and made suicidal statements. He continued to exhibit volatile behavior, screaming and yelling during the booking process.

It is worth noting that Nathan Griffith and Jenelle Evans, his former fiancée, share a child together. However, they ended their engagement several years ago, According TMZ.

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