On the most recent episode of Teen Mom 2, Jenelle Evans revealed that she and her husband David Eason are living in a house of horrors – the ceiling and crown molding is cracking, and their house is sinking. The couple says it isn’t their fault, and they are ready to go to court to prove it.
In the episode, Evans pointed out the ceiling and crown molding problems to a friend and explained that she and her husband have been arguing with “the house guy in Wilmington” over their structural issues. Evans says the “house guy” claims Evans and Eason put too much dirt on their land to fill puddles, and it is causing water to go under their house.
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But Evans says that the company didn’t make their house pad big enough, and Eason says this is all the company’s fault.
According to Radar Online, when the Vice President of Corporate inspected Eason and Evans’ home, he told them about their county’s requirements.
“The county requires us to have positive drainage away from the house,” he said.
But Eason’s response was, “You can take that idea and shove it up you’re a** because my house is falling in the mud. I want my house on stilts or raised up or dirt underneath.”
Eason told his wife that he explained to the company from the beginning that their land was a wet area and they needed at least a foot of dirt under the house. But, they only put four inches of dirt, and the inspector said that was fine.
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But Eason told them that was wrong, and there was going to be a problem. He says he knew that before it happened. So, the company can be heroes and raise up the house, or bad guys and Eason will take them to court.
In the inspection report of Evans and Eason’s home that Instagram user Deadbeatmom_jenelle posted, the company wrote that water was ponding underneath the house. They also wrote that the septic tank and drain field were within ten inches of the home and are at a higher elevation than the house’s crawl space.
On top of that, there is two to three inches of soil on top of the tank and six inches of soil over the drain field.
The inspector’s recommendation was to install a six-inch perforated French sock pipe, so water could properly drain away from the house. He also said Evans and Eason should hire a soil engineer to deal with the cracks in the ceiling and crown molding.
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The report concluded that they should raise the house, and the French drain is one of the only solutions they can use right now. They can also add additional soil at the end of the house to help stop the water from ponding.
As for Jenelle Evans’ future on Teen Mom 2, some reports claim that she is holding out on signing a new contract until MTV agrees to bring Eason back for filming – or at least allow him to be around while she is filming. MTV fired Eason earlier this year after he made homophobic comments on Twitter.
New episodes of Teen Mom 2 air Monday nights on MTV.