Fans of Teen Mom 2 know that MTV fired Jenelle Evans’ husband, David Eason, back in February after he made homophobic comments on Twitter. And on the most recent episode, we finally got to see what went on after the termination – Evans refused to continue filming, and a 911 call brought police to their door.
Police were knocking on the door of Evans and Eason’s home at the beginning of the episode, but she told a producer that they didn’t do anything, so the officer could wait. Evans continued by saying that she has been home and hasn’t hit anyone or threatened anyone – and she is “sick of this bulls**t.”
Wait. Did that Neanderthal just threaten someone with the fact that his wife is Jenelle Evans, and that a bunch of people who idolize her, that cannot afford a big gulp, let alone buy a modular home, will not purchase their modular home through that company…? #TeenMom2
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When Eason finally answered the door, the officer told him that he was there to conduct a security check on their kids. But, Eason slammed the door in his face while accusing Evan’s ex and baby daddy Nathan Griffin of calling 911.
But, the officer wouldn’t leave. So, Evans started yelling and told him to get off the property.
“We have been harassed by everyone on the Internet,” Evans yelled. “By you guys, by my ex… We don’t need it anymore. I’ve been harassed about this ever since I’ve moved here last February. CPS has been here 20 times because of 20 reports and they closed every single one of them. Everything’s fine.”
Jenelle Evans, if a Sheriff randomly showed up @ MY door I'd be concerned someone I cared abt had been hurt. Your reaction is very telling.
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Then, the episode shifted to Eason’s homophobic Twitter comments, where he wrote that “homo and transgender parents” should teach their kids better morals. He also wrote that he is going to teach his own kids to not associate with people in the LGBTQ community because “if you lay down with dogs you get up with fleas.”
Not long after Eason’s social media comments, MTV released a statement saying that they had parted ways with Eason. And after the firing, Evans refused to continue filming.
Jenelle Evans’ mom Barbara said that she doesn’t think her daughter has the same opinion as her husband, and she is sure that his comments sickened her. She added that Eason is controlling, and she hopes that her daughter eventually wakes up and sees what her husband is all about because something is wrong at their house.
Elsewhere – in an example of how much things change between filming and the airing of an episode – Javi Marroquin asked Briana DeJesus’ mom Roxanne if he could ask her daughter to marry him.
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When she found out, DeJesus complained to a friend that it was too soon for an engagement and she doesn’t want to have his kids right now because they had only been together for a few months.
But she still expected the proposal to be romantic, and apparently, when it happened, it wasn’t up to her standards. DeJesus said that Marroquin didn’t get down on one knee and there weren’t any flowers. So it wasn’t her idea of the ideal proposal, and she wasn’t going to accept the ring.
Also in the episode, Kailyn Lowry went to court with ex Jo Rivera to discuss custody of their son Isaac. But Lowry explained that nothing changed. And Chelsea Houska found out she was pregnant with baby number three.
New episodes of Teen Mom 2 air Monday nights on MTV.