'David Punched Him!' Jenelle Evans' Husband Accused Of Hitting Her Son

May. 8 2018, Updated 12:04 p.m. ET

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The season premiere of Teen Mom 2 kicked off with a bang, as Jenelle Evans learned she could lose custody of her son. On this week's episode, Evans discovered her baby daddy Nathan Griffith's mom filed an emergency custody order to take Kaiser away from her.

"Nathan's mom tried to file emergency custody on me to take Kaiser away immediately," she said. "She said she was worried about the bruises he comes over her house with. I told my lawyer Kaiser came home with finger bruises on his butt from being spanked. Don't go behind my back and file emergency custody."

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Griffith, who has supervised visits with the 3-year-old every other weekend, explained how his mom filed the order because they fear her husband David Eason is being physical with Kaiser.

"He told me David punched him one time," Griffith claimed. "It does seem he has tendencies to be a violent person."

Evans blamed her estranged mother Barbara for joining forces with Griffith's mom.

Barbara alleged of the accusation, "I'm pissed off. Jace tells me the other day Kaiser pulled his diaper down and had poop and David got mad and was spanking him so hard. Jenelle says it's a lie. Jenelle always protects the man she's with. She's putting this guy again over her children."

When Evans saw RadarOnline.com's exclusive article where Barbara explained the alleged abuse, she defended her husband.

"He doesn't touch the kids like that," she said. "David punches Kaiser in the face. He plays around! That's what Kaiser means. She's taking this out of proportion. Everything is fine and everyone else thinks it's not."

Also on the episode, Leah Messer and Briana DeJesus go to the MTV Video Music Awards together. DeJesus revealed to Messer that she is staying in the same hotel as Kailyn Lowry's ex-husband Javi Marroquin when he comes to visit her in Florida with his son Lincoln and ex-stepson Isaac, Lowry's son with ex-boyfriend Jo Rivera.

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Although DeJesus insisted they are not dating, Messer told Lowry they are staying in the same hotel.

"He told me it's none of my f**king business," Lowry said when she confronted Marroquin. "Javi wants to be with her I think."

But DeJesus ended up not staying in a hotel with him.

"The original plan was for us to be in a hotel sweet with four different bedrooms and a big a** apartment," DeJesus said. "But we're not anymore. So it doesn't matter. Where the f**k did she get that information from?"

When Marroquin told DeJesus that Messer spread the rumor she responded, "I know her loyalty is with Kail, but still."

Also on the episode, Chelsea Houska revealed she is changing her daughter Aubree's last name from Lind to Lind-DeBoer after marrying Cole. But her deadbeat baby daddy Adam Lind isn't making the name change easy for her.

"He will be willing to agree to the name change if you eliminate child support, adjust child support, or take into consideration Mr. DeBoer's income," she explained to her father. "Why the f**k would we eliminate child support to hyphenate her last name?"

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She then explained how instead of giving in to one of his options, she is going to file a motion in court and have a judge decide.

"Eliminate all the back child support and child support? Forgive the 10k and future child support and you can hyphenate her last name?" she said. "We'll move forward with the motion."

But the drama didn't end there, as Houska revealed Lind was arrested for domestic simple assault and had a restraining order taken on out him by ex-fiancée Stasia Huber.

"It detailed all this crazy s**t," she said of the restraining order, which was exclusively obtained by Radar.  "There was one night where he broke her arm and locked her in the house. His drug use is out of control and his depression is getting worse. His visits need to be at a visitation center. He's a psychopath and he's getting worse."

As Radar revealed exclusive details on, the judge granted the motion to hyphenate her last name and to have their visits at a visitation center instead of supervised by his mother.

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