'TM2' Star Jenelle Evans Appears To Be 'Lying' In Video Denying Husband David's Abuse

Jenelle Evans defended her husband in a YouTube video after accusing him of domestic abuse in an explosive 911 call. Although the Teen Mom 2 star claimed she isn't in an abusive relationship with David Eason, a body language expert believes she could be lying about her situation, can exclusively reveal.

Evans, 26, begins the video, which was filmed in her closet, with, "Hey you guys, I've been wanting to get some things off my chest lately... I'm reporting to you from my closet right now because I'm trying to hide from the kids while I make this video."

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Dr. Lillian Glass, who watched the closet confessional, told, "In the beginning of the video, she puts her head forward and has her eyebrows raised. When people know they are going to lie about something we see a lot of that language."

Evans continued in the video, "I know everyone is concerned about me. Everything is fine. I've been in so many domestic violence situations in the past that I would not put up with it now. I don't know why you guys think I would continue to stay in this relationship if I was being abused."

"She's licking her lips, looking up and away from the camera, saying 'um' and being defensive, she doesn't seem to be telling the truth," Dr. Glass said. "She's either trying to minimize what's going on or she's in denial. She's leaking out many body language deceptions. It looks like it's not honest or genuine."

In the 911 call obtained from the Columbus County Emergency Services, Evans cried, "My husband he just assaulted me. He pinned me down on the ground in the yard. I think I heard my collarbone crack. I can't move my arm."

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"He got violent because he's been drinking," she continued of the October 13 incident. "I'm recovering from a surgery on Monday. I can't breath. I have four kids in the house with me right now. They're all sleeping. I don't know what to do. He left the house. I don't know what to do right now."

Dr. Glass said of the call, "When you listen to the 911 tape, it's so genuine compared to what she's saying here. You hear the franticness, anguish and pain in her voice. I do indeed think she's in some type of denial."

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