Jenelle Evans’ husband David Eason was “thrown out” of their supervised visit with the children that were taken away by Child Protective Services after he killed her dog, RadarOnline.com exclusively learned.
The troubled Teen Mom 2 star had Ensley, Kaiser and Maryssa removed from her custody by an order from a judge and her husband lost his temper at their first supervised meeting with the children, a source told Radar.
“Ensley and Maryssa were there, they’re staying with Maryssa’s grandmother,” an insider confirmed to Radar about the two girls.
Scroll through Radar’s gallery for the exclusive details of David’s actions with Jenelle at their first meeting with the children that were taken away from them by CPS.
Jenelle and David met with three of their five collective children on Wednesday, May 15.
Her son Jace, who lives with her mother Barbara Evans, was present at the supervised visit. He had not seen Jenelle since David killed her dog, Nugget.
Kaiser, who was taken by Nathan Griffith’s mother on May 10, was not at the meeting because he was too far away to attend the last-minute requested visit.
“David was thrown out because he was arguing with the social workers,” an insider told Radar about Eason’s volatile reaction.
“He was causing trouble,” the source explained.
“He was arguing with everybody,” the source told Radar, explaining why he was asked to leave the visit.
According to an eyewitness, David trimmed his beard and cut his hair prior to the meeting with the children.
Her Normal Self
Jenelle was “not crying and was not upset at the meeting,” the source told Radar about the mother of three who no longer had custody of any of her children after her husband killed her dog in front of them.
Holding Out Hope
As Radar previously reported, Jenelle and David were scheduled to appear in court on May 16 to fight for their children to be returned to them.
In The Hands Of The Law
“A court-appointed attorney is being given to each child,” the source told Radar.
“A judge signed off on the request,” a source close to the situation told Radar of the Monday, May 13 ruling that took all of the kids out of her custody. “It included all of the children in the home.”