TV personality Jenelle Evans, best known for MTV's reality show "Teen Mom 2," has had a rocky relationship with her husband, David Eason.
Evans, whose life was chronicled in "16 and Pregnant" before she appeared in "Teen Mom 2," met David Eason on Tinder. Their meeting came after Evans' separation from Nathan Griffith, her fiancé and the father of her second son, Kaiser.
Jenelle Evans' husband shot and killed the couple’s pet dog, Nugget.
JENELLE EVANS AND DAVID EASON'S RELATIONSHIP
In September 2015, Evans and Eason became Instagram official after she uploaded a selfie of them inside a vehicle and wearing hoodies because it was a "rainy day."
A year later, in August 2016, the couple announced that they were expecting their first child together, daughter Ensley, born on January 25, 2017.
Ensley became the youngest sister of Jace and Kaiser, Evans' sons from previous relationships. Eason also has two children from past relationships.
From that point on, things moved fairly quickly. In February of that year, they got engaged. The following month, the couple bought a property in North Carolina, which they called their "Forever Home."
On September 23, 2017, Jenelle Evans and David Eason tied the knot at their Forever Home in what the "Teen Mom 2" star described as a "laid-back" ceremony with a "rustic Southern theme."
Just as 2017 was probably their best year, 2018 has to be their worst yet. First, in February, Eason shared some homophobic tweets that made MTV cut ties with him.
EASON ASSAULTED EVANS
Later, in October, Evans accused her husband of assaulting her. She told the 911 dispatcher that Eason "pinned" her down on the ground and blamed alcohol for his violent behavior.
Shortly after the 911 call was released, she stood up for her relationship and labeled the incident a "drunk and dramatic misunderstanding."
Evans pointed out that she and her husband were fine and taking the time to focus on their family. The same day, they documented a date night on Instagram.
In December, they unfollowed each other on Instagram, triggering split rumors. However, Evans pointed out that married couples had disagreements, and the fact that she and Eason stopped following each other didn't mean they were parting ways.
Two months later, in February 2019, she changed her relationship status to "separated" on Facebook and even uploaded a photo with the caption, "Single AF."
In May, Jenelle Evans' husband shot and killed the couple's pet dog, Nugget, after he claimed that it bit Ensley on the face. The "Teen Mom 2" star briefly left her house with Ensley and Kaiser but came back days later.
JENELLE EVANS AND DAVID EASON ARE WORKING THINGS OUT
In October 2019, although Eason completed an anger management program and they went to co-parenting counseling, Evans announced that she had filed papers to start the divorce process.
However, in March 2020, Jenelle Evans confessed that she and her husband got back together and were working things out.
She pointed out that things changed after their split, adding that they were trying to always stay positive and to talk things out. Evans added:
“I want to tell you guys that David has never abused the children; he’s never abused me. I’ve always had disagreements and those would turn into big arguments.”
EASON WAS ARRESTED AGAIN
On June 12, 2020, Eason was arrested and charged with alleged assault with a deadly weapon following an altercation with some of his wife's friends. He was released on an unsecured bond.
Although Evans was initially planning to move on, she ultimately decided to stay by her man's side.
In July this year, the couple made headlines again after a woman named Britt Walker uploaded a photo of herself and Eason, which created cheating rumors.
However, Evans shut down all those speculations by claiming that Walker was nothing but an obsessed fan and that the photo was taken when she and Eason were separated.
At the moment, Jenelle Evans and David Eason are still together and, as she previously stated, working on their issues. She is convinced that she doesn't want another failed marriage and that she wants her kids to be happy.
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