As Radar readers know, the Teen Mom 2 dad shot and killed the family dog Nugget. The murder resulted in Evans’ firing from the MTV series and in Child Protective Services removing all of their children from their care.
Now that the children are back in their custody, Evans has been posting endless photos of her brood.
She recently shared photos of her son Kaiser with ex Nathan Griffith and stepdaughter Maryssa, who is Eason’s daughter from his first marriage.
The snaps reveal what the children want to be when they grow up.
Evans, 27, posted a photo of her stepdaughter holding up a sign that read, “Maryssa’s first day of 7th grade.” The board also read, “I want to be a vet when I grow up.”
The choice is interesting, as Evans and Eason have been accused of animal abuse multiple times in the past.
As Radar broke, Eason admitted to shooting and killing Nugget in an Instagram post. He claimed he killed the pooch because she nipped at their daughter Ensley, 2.
Maryssa, 11, Kaiser, 5, and Ensley were removed from their care in May 2019. Evans’ son Jace, 9, was ordered to stay with mom Barbara, who has full custody of him. The judge told Evans that she “failed to protect the children while they were in her care.” The source previously told Radar, “The judge heard testimony that David and Jenelle were constantly screaming and arguing, and the children were terrified.” The insider added, “CPS described the state of the home as horrific. It was filthy and there were holes in all of the walls.”
The two temporarily lost custody of the children. Then on July 3, a judge dismissed the case and the children were returned to the couple.
No charges were filed against Eason either, as the Columbus County Sheriff’s Office claimed in a media release that there was “no blood evidence or any other physical evidence to validate that an animal had been fatally injured on the property.” Jenelle’s claims then became “inconsistent” with her original story.
As for Kaiser, who is entering Kindergarten, he wrote that he wants to be a police officer when he grows up.
The ex reality stars have kept the Columbus County Sheriff’s Department busy, as authorities were called to the residence 25 times in the last year.
The calls included domestic abuse, welfare checks, a white powder substance being sent to the home and more.
Although Evans has had her kids for weeks, she’s still defending herself to haters.
When a fan said good moms don’t get their kids taken away, she responded, “So I guess Leah’s not a good mom? She got her kids taken and given back just like me.”
Evans is referring to Leah Messer, whose custody was reduced amid drug rumors. Since then, she has shared 50/50 custody of twins Ali and Aleeah, 9, with her ex-husband Corey Simms.