Jenelle Evans' husband David Eason has been accused of killing her dog in a disturbing 911 call. After the shocking incident, the Teen Mom 2 star fled from the family’s North Carolina home.
In an exclusive interview with RadarOnline.com, Jenelle’s ex-fiancé and baby daddy Nathan Griffith revealed David’s latest act of violence will be used in their upcoming custody battle over their son Kaiser.
As Radar broke, the Columbus County Sheriff’s Department responded to the home after a male placed the call on Tuesday, April 30.
“A call was made today, and it was relayed that the woman’s husband had killed her dog,” the Sheriff’s Department told Radar. “The Sheriff is out there right now investigating and there will be an incident report filed later.”
The incident has left Nathan frantic. “I’ve called several police stations and after hours CPS,” the dad told Radar. "I reached out to Jenelle. She hasn’t responded. I have no clue what’s going on.”
Is She Ok?
Fortunately for Nathan, he was able to get in touch with MTV producers. “They said Jenelle went to her friends house,” he revealed. "She has Kaiser and Ensley.”
The accusation has left Nathan “concerned.” “This is very toxic,” he said. “This is a serious issue. You don’t shoot a dog.”
Wishing Jenelle Well
He said his concern is for both Kaiser and his ex. “She’s still the mother of my child,” he said. “I want her to have the best. I want Kaiser to have the best life. The only way Kaiser will have the best life is if his mom is in a mentally stable and healthy relationship.”
As Radar reported, the two are gearing up for a custody battle over the 4-year-old in late May. Nathan currently has supervised visits with his son, but is fighting for full custody.
“We're going to use this in trial,” he said.
Jenelle hinted that she has left her husband for good. She posted on social media, “Better days are coming.”
A source told Radar following the incident, “she’s devastated.” “She doesn’t want to go home,” the insider said.
As Radar broke, Jenelle accused David of domestic violence in a shocking 911 call in October 2018. “My husband pinned me to the ground,” she cried. She later called it a drunken misunderstanding.