Malorie Beaver’s Mom Stephanie Comments On Malorie’s DWI Arrest; Says the ‘Teen Mom: Young & Pregnant’ Star is Injured & “Feels Horrible” About What She Did

“Well, dam damn.”

Malorie Beaver, older sister of Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant star Rachel Beaver, found herself in the back of a cop car Monday morning after being arrested for driving while intoxicated and wrecking her car.

The 20-year-old mom was also cited for underage consumption of alcohol. After the news of Malorie’s car wreck and arrest broke, her mom Stephanie Polo revealed that her daughter was injured and “feels horrible” about what she’s done.

According to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office website, Malorie was booked Monday at 5:05 a.m. and released that afternoon at 2:54 p.m. on a $3,000 bond. 

The police report obtained by The Sun states that the reporting officer arrived to a single motor vehicle crash at 3:16 a.m. on Monday. Malorie stated she was the driver of the vehicle, which “had left the roadway and struck a tree.” 

“Upon speaking with Ms. Beaver, I observed a strong smell of intoxicant about her person, her pupils were dilated and she was unsteady on her feet,” the report continued. “I also noticed that her speech was slurred and she had trouble understanding and answering simple questions.” 

“To be fair, some of those things happen even when I’m not drinking.”

After first denying that she had consumed any alcohol, Malorie eventually admitted to having “a couple” beers, though she “refused” to perform field sobriety tests. Due to “obvious” signs of impairment and her being under the age of 21, however, Malorie was placed under arrest for underage driving while impaired.

The officer also observed broken bottles of Bud Light Lime in the rear passenger floor area of the vehicle and charged Malorie with underage possession of alcohol. 

In February, Malorie was arrested for domestic assault against her grandmother, Janice Bollen, though she was not prosecuted for the charge. 

In the wake of her daughter’s arrest, Malorie’s mother Stephanie Beaver has spoken out on social media, stating that she’s “thankful to God that [Malorie’s] alive and that no one was hurt.” 

” … honestly after a wreck like this she should not be alive and God protected her so I’m not trying to justify what she did I’m just saying that I’m grateful she’s alive,” Stephanie commented on social media. ” … nobody wants to get a call at 4 a.m. in the morning that their child was driving drunk and dead in a car accident. I’m glad I wasn’t the mother who went through that it’s a horrible situation all the way around and I understand she caused it herself.” 

Mama Beaver to the rescue.

“She’s beating herself up right now and feels horrible…she’s in so much pain and very, very upset with herself,” Stephanie wrote on Instagram. 

In another comment, Stephanie went on to defend Malorie’s actions, claiming that “everyone at one time in their life when they were young” drove when they really weren’t in a condition to do so, adding that “everyone makes mistakes.”

” … Mal has been doing a wonderful job [she’s] been working all the time she’s been taking care of her kid everyday and the one night she decided to go out this happened,” she continued. “I’m not trying to make excuses for her but I’m also not trying to beat her up as she’s beating herself up right now … .” 

” … it’s a mistake,” Stephanie said in another comment. “Everybody makes mistakes and she will learn from this mistake.” 

UPDATE! Starcasm reports that Malorie entered a guilty plea on Tuesday to the DWI charge and received 11 months and 29 days of probation. She was also ordered to pay a $250 fine. In exchange for her guilty plea, Malorie had her charge of underage drinking dismissed. 

RELATED STORY: ‘Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant’ Star Rachel Beaver Reunites with Baby Daddy Drew Brooks Following His Release from Jail 

(Photos: MTV; Monroe County Sheriff’s Office)

13 Comments

  1. This was her first time getting caught. I’m sure there were other times before that she drove under the influence. I’m also sure this won’t be her last.

    Mommy is making excuses about not making excuses??? That’s called ENABLER.
    Imagine getting a phone call at 4 am saying your daughter is dead because of a drunk driver who was underage but managed to survive without a scratch on her?

    Yeah, think about that one dumb ass.


  2. These Beavers need a spanking. Someone needs to pound some sense into these Beavers. Someone should give a good tongue lashing to these Beavers. These Beavers also look a little dirty and unkempt. Can you imagine the smell of this Beaver at time of arrest?

    stay lit


  3. Nowhere in mommys defensive comment of drunken Malorie does she state that she’s thankful she didn’t kill an innocent person! Talk about enabling. And Bus Light Lime?! Yuck. Malorie is a cute girl, but she won’t be cute for long living her life like this. Alcohol is terrible for uou, literally rots you from the inside out, my dads an alcoholic and he’s only 66 but looks way older.


    1. I’m 28 and have never in my life driven drunk or even buzzed. My grandpa always told me to only drink where you plan to sleep. There’s no excuse for this, she could have killed an innocent person.


      1. In my whole life I have only known two people that did DUI’s. Besides some “famous” Dutch people.
        Both lost their jobs and officially not because of it but in reality, they did. They lost the respect from almost everyone around them and it would have been hard to work with them for their co-workers. You are socially shit here when you have a DUI. I don’t understand why it’s still half cool and okay in some countries.
        I know one boss pretty well. This boss was afraid customers would leave. This person nearly killed a cyclist in broad daylight and was so far over the limit it made the newspaper. The boss was pissed off too, his kids use the same road.
        The other was able to hide it but got arrested and incarcerated because the arrogant a didn’t bother to pay the fines.
        Both had many (other) issues but nobody besides a few people around them will accept that as an exuse or explanation. You just don’t drive intoxicated, period.


  4. This didn’t just “happen”. She chose to drive while intoxicated. She could’ve call an Uber and get home safely. What if she kills someone or gets herself killed and left her daughter an orphan?


  5. “Im not trying to make excuses” That’s exactly what she’s doing and exactly the reason both of her daughters do stupid shit all of the time! They have never have to accept responsibility or consequences for anything, ever!

    Holy shit, lady! Open your eyes! Your daughter still has a seat belt imprint in her chest from the tree she crashed into from drinking underage! But, you just keep rolling out those excuses. Those excuses won’t prevent her from getting in the car drunk again, killing herself or killing an innocent person or family. Great job on the parenting! I can see why both of your daughters suck at it too, they learned from the best!


  6. “Im not trying to make excuses” That’s exactly what she’s doing and exactly the reason both of her daughters do stupid shit all of the time! They have never have to accept responsibility or consequences for anything, ever!

    Holy shit, lady! Open your eyes! Your daughter still has a seat belt imprint in her chest from the tree she crashed into from drinking underage! But, you just keep rolling out those excuses. Those excuses won’t prevent her from getting in the car drunk again, killing herself or killing an innocent person or family. Great job on the parenting! I can see why both of your daughters suck at it too, they leaned from the best!


  7. No. This hasn’t happened to everyone. Such enabling behaviour and language.

    “The one night she decided to go out this happened”
    No. She made a choice to go out (on a Sunday…). She made the choice to get wasted. She made the choice to drink and drive. This didn’t just “happen”.

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