Jenelle Evans Ex-Nathan Griffith Breaks Silence After Losing Custody Of Kaiser
Jenelle Evans ex-boyfriend and baby daddy Nathan Griffith has broken his silence after losing custody of their son, Kaiser.
Griffith had temporary custody of the 5-year-old boy following CPS removing him and his younger sister, Ensley from Evans and husband David Eason's home. He fought for his son to stay in his care, but last week a judge ordered Griffith to return Kaiser to his mom.
On Sunday, the 27-year-old broke his silence via Twitter, as he expressed his frustration over a judge returning, Kaiser, Ensley and Eason's daughter Maryssa back to The Land.
"I've calmed down a bit and just relying on my faith at this moment. I'm not going to put my two cents in, but if anyone wants to put their input, you can visit:
https://survey.nccourts.org/1480690875 to complete a survey. Any input will help. The judge's name is Pauline Hankins. TY #TeamGriffith" he Tweeted.
Evans has gained custody for now, but it doesn't look like Griffith is giving up his hope of getting Kaiser back. His appeal to fans will not go unnoticed, as social media was in an uproar after the fired Teen Mom 2 star and her husband regained custody of the kids.
Kaiser's dad may be keeping his comments on the judge's decision to a minimum, but Griffith's mom, Doris Davidson did not hold back her disappointment and disgust over the decision.
"Nathan is an absolute wreck over this. He called me saying, 'Mom, I can not believe this.' Kaiser is so loved, sheltered, and protected here. I felt like I was lying to him when I told him I was going to protect him. I couldn't protect him. My heart is broken; it's just broken. We are in shock, absolute shock, at the judge's decision," Davidson shared with E! News.
Jenelle Evans is thrilled to have her babies back, but very few agree with the judge's decision. Nathan Griffith complied with the order to send Kaiser to his mother's home, but he is not happy about it.
Fans are definitely on his side too and are expressing their hope Griffith does not give up his fight for his son.
"I'm so sorry, Nathan. Kaiser should have never been able to go back there. This is such an injustice to those children. Keep fighting and don't quit. You're an amazing father. Team Griffith 100%," wrote @Erin92349698
Evans mother Barbara and Maryssa' step-dad, Shane Rich have also shared their disappointment with the decision, as well as hope the situation for Kaiser, Ensley, and Maryssa is only temporary.