Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans recently broke her silence about the 911 call she made earlier this month claiming her husband, David Eason, had assaulted her. Evans recorded an on-camera confession while hiding from her kids in the bathroom and addressed the multiple reports about the incident.
“I’ve been in so many domestic violence situations in the past that I would not put up with it now,” Evans confessed in the video. “So, I don’t know why you guys think that I would continue to stay in this relationship if I was being abused.”
— Perez (@ThePerezHilton) October 26, 2018
Evans called 911 on October 13th and cried hysterically while telling operators that her husband had been drinking and they had gotten into a physical fight. In the call — obtained from the Columbus County Emergency Services in North Carolina — Evans said that Eason had assaulted her by pinning her down on the ground, and she heard her collarbone crack and couldn’t move her arm.
But, a rep for Evans has denied that the assault took place. The rep says that the reality star had friends over that night for a bonfire on her and Eason’s property, and Evans tripped and fell by the fire. Shortly after the incident, Evans erased all of her social media accounts, and that caused fans to worry.
However, Evans said she was taking a break from the online world, so she could improve her own mental health.
In the recent video post, Evans said that everyone knows she has been in domestic violence situations before, but every time she opens up about it, people accuse her of lying. But, she insists that isn’t true. She said that she has told the truth about everything that has happened to her in all of her relationships, and if you don’t believe her, she doesn’t know what to tell you.
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Evans says that her relationship with Eason is nothing like what she has experienced in the past, and in the video, she was essentially trying to sweep the hysterical 911 call under the rug. She also said that she doesn’t care if people believe her, despite the fact that the call paints a much different picture than what she is claiming now.
The reality star didn’t mention any names, but she hinted that Eason treats her better that ex-husband Courtland Keith Rogers, who police arrested in August for allegedly assaulting a woman.
Jenelle Evans added that her mom, Barbara, is back in her life, and her friends know the truth.
New episodes of Teen Mom 2 will return to MTV in 2019.