Jenelle Evans and David Eason have come under fire from Teen Mom 2 fans after years of controversy. But after David shot and killed the family dog, which resulted in them losing all of their children, the backlash has turned dangerous.
RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal a subject sent a white powder substance to their home on the same day Maryssa, 11, and Ensley, 2, were taken from their custody.
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Shocking Incident Report
In an incident report exclusively obtained from Columbus County Sheriff’s Office, David, 30, was listed as a victim for the call for service made on May 15, 2019.
“Subject did send a white powder substance to the victim in the mail,” the incident report read.
Still In Danger
Public Information Officer for Columbus County Sheriff’s Office exclusively told Radar that the case “is still under investigation.”
The call was made on the same day Maryssa, who is David’s daughter from a previous marriage, and their daughter Ensley was taken from their care.
As Radar broke, David shot and killed the family dog Nugget. David claimed he killed the dog for biting their daughter Ensley. But in the video, Nugget could be seen harmlessly nipping the toddler.
The shooting resulted in Jenelle’s firing from Teen Mom 2. David was fired a year ago when he made homophobic comments on social media.
On Friday, May 10, CPS instructed Nathan Griffith’s mom Doris to pick up Kaiser, 4, from daycare. Barbara was advised to keep Jace, 9, who she has full custody of, at her home during his visits with Jenelle.
As for Maryssa and Ensley, they were taken on May 15, the same day of the incident report.
After a week of court hearings, a judge ordered the four children to remain with their guardians. “The judge told Jenelle that she failed to protect the children while they were in her care,” the insider told Radar.
“The judge heard testimony that David and Jenelle were constantly screaming and arguing, and the children were terrified,” the source explained to Radar. “CPS described the state of the home as horrific. It was filthy, and there were holes in all of the walls.”
Back To Court
Jenelle will return to court on Tuesday, June 4 to work out a “solution on how to get her kids back.”
She can have supervised visits with her children once a week for an hour at the Department of Social Services. Radar confirmed they are no longer fighting for custody of Maryssa. “Jenelle and David are saying Maryssa is a liar," a source told Radar, as a second source added, "She had an attitude during the visit.” The Ashley’s Reality Roundup was the first to break the story.