“I got one of the letters in the mail today,” an astonished Barbara told RadarOnline.com.
“It comes to our attention that false statements of accusations of drug abuse and child abuse disparaging Mr. and Mrs. Eason’s characters have been made by you,” the letter shared with RadarOnline.com read.
Barbara defended herself to RadarOnline.com. “I don’t say anything that isn’t true.”
Jenelle’s letter also accused Barbara of using “bad language which shows no respect or good will toward the Plaintiff Jenelle.”
She told RadarOnline.com she had given the letter to her own attorney. “I think it is comical myself. My lawyer said ‘What is this? Oh my God. They are crazy.”
Jenelle was accused of testing positive for marijuana when she was pregnant with baby Ensley in court documents filed by Nathan Griffith’s mother, Doris Davidson, and exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com.
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Barbara also dropped another shocking allegation — that Jenelle smoked marijuana while pregnant with Jace as well!
“You should not be smoking weed when you’re pregnant. She was friggin’ stoned the whole time she was pregnant with Jace. I don’t care what it is. It is illegal. She is irresponsible,” she fumed.
Lowry and Houska’s letters were similar to Barbara’s, with Jenelle accusing them of causing “reputational harm to Mr. and Mrs. Eason. Furthermore, such defamatory statements have the potential to impact Mr. and Mrs. Eason’s ability to secure employment in the future.”
Barbara told RadarOnline.com that her daughter’s actions since dating and marrying Eason had dramatically changed.
“It just shows you this totally weird behavior.”
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