After threatening authorities and potential trespassers and showing off his extensive, scary weapon collection on Friday, December 14, Jenelle Evans’ husband returned to social media over the weekend to announce he has been locked out of his controversial Instagram account. In a Facebook live video, the fired Teen Mom star assured fans he would not shoot authorities who came onto his North Carolina property as he had previously stated. “I thought it was a funny quote,” he said. “I’m not stupid enough that I would ever engage in a fire fight with any sort of police authority…What I meant in that comment was anyone that comes on my property that doesn’t identify themselves…I would take it as a threat.” Find out what else he told followers in the shocking, rambling video in RadarOnline.com’s gallery.
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“I guess Instagram is mad,” Eason told Facebook followers, claiming when the Secret Service arrived to his house for alleged threats, he treated them with respect. “I’m not that f**king stupid that I would actually ever try to shoot at some sort of authority that would come on my property. And if I have my gate closed, they aren’t going to come past my gate unless they bust it down to have some search warrant, and then I wouldn't be stupid enough to fight with them.”
On Friday, Eason claimed the State Bureau of Investigations showed up to his home with Evans and their brood. “F**k you, SBI!” he screamed.
On his Facebook live on Sunday, December 16, Eason insisted he’s a good dad, and not a threat to authorities. “I take care of my kids every day, I home school Maryssa every day, I have so much going on that and you would think the Secret Service would have so much going on, there's a lot better things to do,” he rambled.
In addition to promoting gun use, Eason has upset fans by slamming the LGBTQ community — a move that ultimately got him fired from Teen Mom 2.
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 posted on Twitter in February.
Eason also upset Teen Mom watchers when Evans accused him of assault in a disturbing 911 call in October. “He pinned me down on the ground in the yard,” the mom of three sobbed to the dispatcher. “I think I heard my collarbone crack. I can’t move my arm.”
When the operator asked if her husband had weapons, she said, “I don’t know what he has.”
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