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Jenelle Evans’ Fiancé David Granted Full Custody Of Daughter – Inside The Arrangement

Jun. 5 2017, Published 10:06 a.m. ET

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While Jenelle Evans lost her custody battle with her mother over her son Jace, her fiancé David Eason won his! David’s sister Jessica Lenn Eason revealed exclusive details to on his custody arrangement for his daughter Maryssa.

Pender County Clerk of Court revealed to that Eason was granted temporary primary custody of his 9-year-old.

The Ashley’s Reality Roundup reported that David was granted sole legal custody of his daughter with ex-wife Whitney Johnson earlier this week.

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“David is happy about getting full custody,” Jessica exclusively told Radar.

She insists that the Eason family is “still very close” with Whitney and that she will continue to see Maryssa despite losing custody.

“She still goes to stay with Maryssa’s mom Mary,” Jessica said. “Mary takes her to gymnastics and Whitney is still in her life.”

As Radar reported, Jenelle and her mother Barbara came to a mutual agreement in mediation over custody of Jace.

Barbara will continue to have full custody of the 7-year-old, while Jenelle will get set visitation with her son.

“It wasn’t very emotional,” a source inside the courtroom told Radar at the time. “No one cried. No one fought.”

The mediation is a step forward for Jenelle, who accused her mother of not allowing her to see her son for weeks. She didn’t even have him on Mother’s Day.

Jenelle signed over custody to her mother in 2011 because of her constant trouble with the law.

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