Over A Dozen Pill Bottles Found In Jenelle Evans' Home As Police Check On Children
Authorities responded to Jenelle Evans’ home to conduct a welfare check on her children – and did they have a good reason? Fans became concerned when over a dozen pill bottles were caught on camera in reach of her five children in a Teen Mom 2 sneak peek.
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In the clip, a sheriff knocked on Evans’ door. “There is nothing I did,” she said, refusing to answer. “I’m so sick of this bulls**t. I’ve been here at my house, not worrying about no one. I haven’t hit no one. I haven’t threatened no one.”
When her husband David Eason answered the door, the officer told him, “Someone called wanting a security check on some children.” Eason slammed the door in his face, as Evans fired, “Go call CPS!”
Eason assumed the father of Evans’ son Kaiser, Nathan Griffith, called the Sheriff’s Department. “I’m going to beat his mother f**king a** is what’s going to happen,” he said. “Let me get ahold of Nathan. I’m gonna bust his mother**king head open.”
In the clip, over a dozen pill bottles could be seen on their kitchen counter. “Jenelle Evans and David Eason from TM2 are such great parents to leave 19 pill bottles in reach of children,” one Twitter user wrote, as a second commented on Reddit, “Regardless of what they're for, it's a hazard to have them accessible by children. All medications should be out of reach for the babies. Even the older ones. Especially with the addiction propensity running in the family.”
Although it is unsure what kind of prescription pills they are, Evans has opened up in the past about her bipolar disorder diagnosis. Eason also takes medication from when he battled cancer in 2013. “He has to take medication everyday too because he doesn’t have a thyroid. It sucks so bad,” she once tweeted.
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