Jenelle Evans’ husband David Eason is known for making controversial comments about the LGBTQ community – but his latest rant is his most disturbing yet. The fired Teen Mom 2 star threatened to slap his children if they are transgender.
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On Eason’s Facebook, a fan asked, “Serious question, what would you do if one of your kids came to you and said, ‘Dad I think I should be a boy/girl?’” He responded, “I would slap the s**t out of them.”
When she responded, “Man you’re really trying to lose your kids,” he replied, “Smickity smack.”
Another fan said, “Kids that feel they r born in wrong body should be able to choose what they want n u should love n support them.” Eason fired back, “Born in the wrong body? Well instead of getting body implants maybe they should have a new brain implanted?”
Eason was fired from Teen Mom 2 because of his controversial comments. “Why don’t you go tell the homo and transgender parents to start teaching their kids better morals? Oh I forgot that’s supposed to be normal,” he tweeted, adding, “No I’m going to teach them not to associate with them or be that way. If you lay down with dogs you get up with fleas.”
The comments are especially disturbing, as Evans’ baby daddy Nathan Griffith accused him of abusing their son Kaiser, 4. In July 2018, Griffith refused to return Kaiser after a visit when he reportedly noticed marks on his butt. In a 911 call obtained by RadarOnline.com, Griffith said, “We asked him about it and he said David hit him with a stick.” Evans and Eason denied the claims.
In September 2017, Griffith’s mom Doris Davidson filed an emergency request for full custody of Kaiser. She accused Evans and Eason of neglect and abuse.
Griffith and Evans are currently fighting for custody. In July 2018, Griffith filed a motion to modify custody, claiming Eason is “violent” and “a danger” to the minor child. The case remains ongoing.
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