While Jenelle, 27, has a trip planned to New York City for business with her eyebrow line, an insider told Radar that she was unable to book any meetings about a new TV gig.
“No one is going to put Jenelle on TV after David killed her dog,” the source snitched to Radar. “She doesn’t have any meetings scheduled with any networks.”
Radar readers know, David killed Jenelle’s French bulldog Nugget after he claimed the pup “snapped” at their daughter Ensley, 2.
MTV finally confirmed what Radar first reported, that Jenelle was fired from the upcoming Teen Mom 2 season.
Now her desperate plans to book another television show have been dashed, a source snitched to Radar.
Scroll down for details on Jenelle’s rejection after David killed her dog.
“Jenelle was saying that she is going to get meetings with other networks and that people are interested in her,” a source close to the ex-MTV star told Radar.
“The truth is, no one wants anything to do with David after he killed the dog,” the source explained.
David’s brutal killing of the dog on April 29 was not filmed by MTV because, as Radar exclusively reported first, MTV had stopped filming with her after April 6, 2019.
“David is telling Jenelle that she is going to get a lot of TV offers and that she doesn’t need to worry about their future,” the insider dished.
Jenelle spoke to Us Weekly about her MTV firing, saying, “I'm keeping busy and staying focused on my kids and my animals and my business endeavors, which have been planned for months.”
Her trip to New York City was only for photographs for her upcoming eyebrow line, Radar confirmed.
Jenelle tried to claim that she had big projects in the works.
“Just know this isn't the last of Jenelle Evans! I respect my fans and the network and respect their decision,” she told Us Weekly after she got fired.
Fired For Good
MTV shut down all of Jenelle’s desperate efforts to film after the crew refused to go to North Carolina because they were afraid of David, sources told Radar.
“Everyone was afraid of David and the guns,” a show source told Radar.
David refused to acknowledge the depravity in killing the dog, as he defended himself on social media.
“I don’t give a damn what animal bites my baby on the face,” David wrote on his now-deleted Instagram post. “Whether it be your dog or mine, a dog is a dog and I don’t put up with that s**t at all. I’m all about protecting my family, it is my life’s mission. Some people are worth killing or dying for and my family means that much to me. You can hate me all you want but this isn’t the first time the dog bit Ensley aggressively. The only person that can judge whether or not an animal is a danger to MY CHILD is ME.”