Jenelle Evans Fired From MTV’s ‘Teen Mom 2 After Husband Kills Family Dog

Grace Higgins | May 9th, 2019

Jenelle Evans may just be paying for the sins of her husband David Eason. Evans a North Carolina native has been fired from the show Teen Mom 2. Eason had already been fired from the show, for making several racists and homophobic rants on camera. The producers were only filming with Jenelle, her mother Barbara and children since last year. Eason brutally beat and then murdered the family French Bulldog, Nugget. Evans revealed on social media that she was no longer living with her husband. The other cast members from Teen Mom OG and Teen Mom 2, sent a letter to the MTV producers asking for Eason to be fired.

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Jenelle, has three children Everly with Eason, Jace with a former boyfriend, who Barbara Evans has custody of him. A son Kaiser Griffth, with her former boyfriend, Nathan Griffith. After the shooting incident with the family dog, Griffith notified the police, and said that he didn’t feel that his son is safe in the same house as Eason. The department of children’s services have opened a case against Jenelle and David. Nugget’s death is still being investigated by the Sheriff’s department and by animal control.

MTV has said in a statement, that they have stopped filming with Jenelle, and have no plans to feature her in any upcoming season of the top rated reality TV show. Rumors are circulating that Jenelle and David have signed on to do an episode of ‘Celebrity Marriage Bootcamp’, because they are strapped for cash. Fans of the show, have accused Evans of trying to cash in on Nugget’s death by posting on social media and exploiting his death. Evans married Eason in 2017, and has been under constant scrutiny ever since. Evans has been blaming the media and the fans for putting out details about the death of the dog.

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