Bombshell court decision!
The triumphant ex-Teen Mom 2 star told RadarOnline.com the big news, which made her "very happy," in an exclusive video outside of the Columbus County courthouse in North Carolina on Wednesday, July 3.
Scroll through RadarOnline.com’s gallery for the exclusive video of Jenelle and David after their shocking custody win.
Leaving court the day before the July 4th holiday, Jenelle was smiling in RadarOnline.com’s exclusive video as she revealed the case was “dismissed." Jenelle said she was “very happy” as she walked next to David. He told RadarOnline.com’s camera: “Just stay on your P’s and Q’s cause some people try to accuse you of things that are not necessarily true; blow things out if the water that are very small.”
House Of Horrors
The couple's children, Maryssa, 11, Jace 9, Kaiser, 5, and Ensley, 2, were taken away after a judge ruled that Jenelle “failed to protect them” after David shot and killed the family dog in front of them.
“Everyone is distraught,” a family insider told RadarOnline.com after the news that Jenelle got her children back.
“These poor kids,” the insider said to RadarOnline.com about Jenelle getting another chance at parenting.
Jenelle and David spent their time without their children by taking secret trips out of state to Washington, DC.
Mom Steps Up
Jenelle’s mother, Barbara Evans, had custody of Jace and Ensley.
No Time Alone
Jenelle and David were only given visitation with their children for one hour a week after they lost custody.
The pair spent weeks fighting to get the kids back after the judge took them away.
According to an insider, Maryssa testified in court, sharing details of her life on The Land, or the controversial couple's house.
Maryssa’s visitation with her father was disastrous, ending with her crying every time she had to be with David.
A source previously told RadarOnline.com that Jenelle and David were not going to fight for custody of Maryssa.
Jenelle and David left court on July 3 sharing the news that they had regained custody of their little ones.
RadarOnline.com previously reported that the police were called to Jenelle’s home 25 times over a six-month period between late 2018 and mid-2019.