Jenelle Sabotages 'Teen Mom 2' Filming By Bringing Fired Husband To Set
Jenelle Evans sabotaged Teen Mom 2 filming by bringing her fired husband to the set after her shocking road rage gun incident RadarOnline.com exclusively learned.
Cops were called on the reality star on April 26 after a road rage incident where the other person involved claimed she pulled a gun on them, all of which was captured by MTV cameras in the car while her son Jace sat in the front seat.
In the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Communication Center CFS report exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com, a driver claimed Evans “hit his truck, ran over his mailbox and pulled a gun on him.”
A show insider told RadarOnline.com the cameras in the car recorded her with the gun during the frightening incident.
“Jenelle didn’t film all weekend when she had the kids, but she was supposed to film on Sunday with Jace,” the source snitched.
“She showed up with David in the car, which is not allowed. The security guard told everyone to stay back because they were afraid he might have had a gun.”
MTV fired David Eason in February after his homophobic rants, and stopped filming with him immediately. They were under constant fire after posting insensitive photos of Evans holding a rifle after the Parkland School Shooting.
“Jenelle knows there can’t be any filming when David is around. But she ignored that completely and brought David anyway. So, the security guard stood there, and the producers told Jenelle that they weren’t going to film with her. She threw a fit and left.”
Evans’ gun stunt was a network problem at the highest level the insider told RadarOnline.com.
“The president of Viacom was told about Jenelle and the gun. There have been non-stop meetings about her future with the show with the highest execs in the company.
“Jenelle’s a huge liability right now. Everyone is afraid that she always has a gun and that someone is going to get shot.”
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