The episode kicked off with a police officer knocking on her door.
"There is nothing I did so he can wait," Evans told a producer. "I'm so sick of this bulls**t. I've been here at my house, not worrying about no one. I haven't hit no one I haven't threatened no one."
When Eason answered the door, the officer explained how he is conducting a security check on the children. Eason then slammed the door in his face, as he accused Evans' baby daddy Nathan Griffith of making the 911 call.
"Let me get a hold of Nathan," he said. "I'm gonna bust his motherf**king head open."
When the officer didn't leave, Evans told him to get off her property.
"We have been harassed by everyone on the Internet," she yelled. "By you guys, by my ex… We don't need it anymore. I've been harassed about this ever since I've moved here last February. CPS has been here 20 times because of 20 reports and they closed every single one of them. Everything's fine."
The episode then exposed the homophobic comments Eason made over social media.
"Why don't you go tell the homo and transgender parents to start teaching their kids better morals? Oh I forgot that's supposed to be normal," he tweeted, as another anti-LGBTQ comment read, "No, I'm going to teach them not to associate with them or be that way. If you lay down with dogs you get up with fleas."
MTV then released a statement that they are ending their relationship with Eason. Because of the firing, Evans refused to film.
When the producer asked Evans' mom Barbara her thoughts on the firing, she responded, "I'm sure Jenelle was sickened from what David said. I don't think jenelle has the same opinion. He's so controlling. I hope she wakes up and realizes what he's all about. Something's wrong at that house."
Also on the episode, Javi Marroquin asked Briana DeJesus' mom Roxanne if he could propose to her daughter.
"Why does he want to propose right now?" DeJesus asked a friend when her mother told her. "We've had a conversation about what we want in the future. It wasn't like I want to be married with you. I don't want to have your kids right now. We've only been together for a few months so it's super fast."
But when she went to Delaware to visit Marroquin, the proposal wasn't as romantic as she expected.
"He gave it to me, but it wasn't a proposal," she said. "He didn't get on one knee, he wasn't like will you marry me. It wasn't romantic with flowers. That's not my ideal proposal. I wasn't going to accept the ring."
When her mother found out that Marroquin is no longer deploying, she accused him of being "desperate."
"I gave him my blessing thinking he's going to be deployed. What was he thinking?" Roxanne asked her daughter. "I feel like he got desperate. It's so tacky on his behalf. How dare he rush you to move to move in him with to Delaware this summer."
Meanwhile, Kailyn Lowry went to court to discuss sharing 50/50 custody of her son Isaac with ex-boyfriend Jo Rivera.
"Nothing changed," she explained of mediation. "I'm always taking Isaac to extracurricular activities so that was my main thing. As long as he does his part I would be willing to do shared placement. I've always had a majority of custody. No mom wants to give up more time."
But in the end, Lowry decided it was best for their son.
"We were obviously trying," she said. "I took a test everyday and they were always no. It was a no in the morning then I ran some errands and I took another and it had the lightest line!"
"I get wanting to settle down and be with someone, but I'm not going to rush it," she said. "I'm afraid the relationship would be just as toxic as it was before."
She added how she can't go on a date with Calvert because she has "so much stuff going on."
"We'll have to get together and do something with Addie," she said.
Teen Mom 2 airs Mondays at 9/8c on MTV.
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