Missing her kids?
She shared a two-year-old throwback photo of Jace, 9, after being unable to see him for weeks. She canceled a supervised visitation following a temper tantrum after court on June 4.
The fired Teen Mom 2 star had Ensley, 2, and Kaiser, 4, removed from her care after a CPS investigation. Her mother, Barbara Evans, was told to no longer allow her visitation with Jace after David Eason shot and killed their dog, Nugget. David's daughter Maryssa from a previous marriage was also removed from their care.
Scroll through Radar’s gallery to see the sad photos Jenelle has been posting after losing custody of her kids.
“St. Thomas will always be home to me,” Jenelle captioned the 2017 photo of her son Jace, who was not on The Land when David shot and killed the family dog.
Jenelle left court early on Friday, May 24, 2019, claiming she was sick and was unable to have visitation with her children. Less than 24 hours later, she took a secret trip to Washington, DC with David since they had no child care responsibilities.
“Throwback to Memorial Day weekend #Merica,” she captioned the photos, one outside of the White House.
In December, the Secret Service visited David after his online threats raised a red flag.
Jenelle’s mother, who has Ensley, 2, in her care, posted photos of the little one at the beach and at the aquarium having fun with her siblings.
“Defendant owns many weapons including handguns, shotguns, and semi-automatic weapons, which were displayed in a video defendant made after a visit to his residence from the Secret Service,” the judge presiding over his child support battle with Olivia Leedham, the mother of his son Kaden, wrote in court documents obtained by Radar.
Jenelle and David’s secret trip to Washington DC was a shocking move after losing custody of all of their kids.
“Jenelle and David are just treating this time like it is a vacation,” an insider previously snitched to Radar about their trip.
"They seem to be enjoying having no kids and no responsibilities," the source previously told Radar.
Jenelle, 27, and David, 30, are only allowed supervised visitation with their children at the Department of Social Services once a week for one hour each.
Jenelle posted a video of her “homesteading” on her YouTube page, showing the children with their chickens and the dog Nugget before she was killed by David.
Without her children, Jenelle shared multiple throwback photos of Kaiser, Ensley and Jace, as she is scheduled to appear in court at the end of June in the case.