The fired Teen Mom 2 star laughed while leaving the Columbus County Court in North Carolina as her husband David carried an armful of papers that he claimed was “new evidence.”
Radar readers know the couple lost custody of all of their children after David shot and killed the family dog, Nugget.
But they claimed to have discovered a secret that would help them regain custody of their children.
Radar has exclusive photos of Jenelle in pants and a cream blazer that she wore before to court over a flowered blouse and David wore a white blazer
Scroll through the gallery to see the exclusive video of Jenelle and David as they left court again without any of their children.
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Jenelle, 27, and David, 31, left court on July 1, 2019 without any of their children. In the video exclusively obtained by Radar, David pat a stack of papers and said: “new evidence,” while Jenelle laughed in the video.
The ex-MTV stars put on a united front as they departed from the courthouse without any of their children, Maryssa, Jace, Kaiser, Ensley or Kaden.
Were there any clues about the “new evidence” David bragged about outside the court in Radar’s video?
“Jenelle and David are digging into a government worker’s past who is involved in the case,” an insider previously told Radar.
“They claim to have found a criminal record from a decade ago,” the source said about Jenelle and David, each of whom have been arrested themselves.
The couple claimed to be happy with the new judge in the case, hoping that their children would be returned to them, an insider previously told Radar.
The custody battle “will go on for months,” a source told Radar.
Jenelle and David spent the weekend at Nathan Griffith’s mother’s home celebrating Kaiser’s 5th birthday.
Jenelle’s mother Barbara Evans posted on her social media that the attorneys arranged for Jenelle and David to be allowed to attend Kaiser’s birthday party.
Barbara still has custody of Jace and Ensley as of July 1.
David shot and killed the family dog Nugget in April. After an investigation by CPS, the judge told Jenelle she “failed to protect the children while they were in her care,” a source previously told Radar.
As Radar reported, Maryssa, 11, testified on June 25 and 27. “She just told the truth of the things she witnessed and was exposed to,” an insider said.