Jenelle Evans has come under fire for illegally burning items on her property — but that isn't stopping her from gifting her son a wood-burning kit! The Teen Mom 2 star gave her son Jace a controversial present for Christmas.
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Evans, 27, posted a photo of her children on Christmas morning. "The happiest boys on earth #Christmas2018," she captioned a photo of her son Jace holding a water gun. In a second photo, her 9-year-old is holding up a wood-burning kit.
The gift comes after Evans' Teen Mom 2 co-star and enemy Kailyn Lowry sent her products from her haircare line Pothead. Evans posted a video pouring gasoline on the products before setting them on fire. "Hey Kail, this is to your peace offering," she said in the video.
She captioned the shocking video, "Kail Lowry, for years you've been super jealous and envious of all us girls on the show. You try to make your way into the group, then turn into a mean a** person when it came down to me. You apologize on/off, claim I need to be apologizing sometimes, then talk s**t constantly about me and my husband to the tabloids?! THEN you had the balls to send me a PEACE GATHERING GIFT?! Don't send me gifts and then go talk s**t AGAIN!!!"
Columbus County police exclusively told Radar that Evans broke the law when she set the products on fire. According to North Carolina state law, "It is always illegal to burn trash and other non-vegetative materials. Leaves, branches and other plant growth can be burned under certain conditions." She could face up to $25,000 in fines.
Although Evans disabled the comments, Reddit users bashed the controversial MTV star for the gift. "News story about Jace being rushed to the hospital after burning himself in 5, 4, 3, 2, 1," one user wrote, as a second commented, "I think that's a cool and creative gift, but I don't think it was chosen for either of those attributes."
As readers know, Evans' husband has also been bashed for setting a massive fire on their land with a blowtorch.
Eason is currently facing charges after he illegally towed a man's truck because he was blocking him in. Although the Wilmington Police Department declined to press charges against Eason, the man, Terry Hill, announced he is doing so.
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