Jenelle Evans and husband celebrate Father's Day alone after their children were taken away from them.
Teen Mom, Jenelle Evans, has always been a point of controversy. She became pregnant at 16 years old and "landed" her role on MTV's reality television show that followed teenage mothers while they handled the stresses of being pregnant teenagers and the majority of them choosing to keep their children. As mother's, we can all sympathize with those young girls having babies and them losing their cool. Heck, as adults we sometimes snap at our children. However, Jenelle has always been under scrutiny due to her foul language, dramatic personality, bad temper and her disrespect for her mother and those around her. Teen Mom fired Janelle in February 2018 for posting homophobic tweets.
Jenelle currently has 3 children that she shares with three different men. Her youngest child, Ensley, is two years old and she shares her with her current husband, David Eason. Eason also has a daughter from a previous relationship. Eason is under attack after he shot and killed the family dog. After this horrifying act, the couple lost custody of their children. Despite losing her children and his obvious anger she had decided to stay with her husband.
On Father's Day, Jenelle posted a picture of her empty pool quoting that's "it's too quiet." However, don't feel too sorry for them. The couple celebrated their Father's day without children by going on a sailboat and going crabbing. It appears they aren't too broken up about their children not being with them. The couple even stated that they might move away to make sailboating their new life. They seem to be dealing well with being empty nesters.
Eason is not sorry at all about his choice to kill their dog. Apparently, the dog started showing signs of being aggressive towards their daughter so he shot him. The couple was in court for 4 days and had multiple people testify that they just weren't fit parents. News reports that the children are thriving being away from Jenelle and David.
Eason and Evans aren't sure when, or if, they will get their children back. They said that they are working with the courts as best as they can. They will continue to respect the courts in order to get their children back, but they don't admit that they did anything wrong with regards to their children.