Jenelle Evans Reportedly Gets Her Restraining Order Against David Eason Extended

Things seem to still be tense between David Eason and Jenelle Evans. She has moved away to Tennessee from him after their breakup and hasn’t been as active on social media.

They are most likely not having any contact with each other because the former Teen Mom 2 star got a restraining order against him. Find out about the extension that was granted and more about their situation.

Jenelle Evans announced she is divorcing David Eason

Jenelle Evans
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Evans took to Instagram to give an update to her fans. She revealed that she is making a major change to her life.

“The kids and I have moved away from David,” read part of her statement. “Nobody gets into a marriage expecting it to end but I know thats [sic] what is best for me, and for my kids.”

The statement ended with, “Today I’ve filed papers to start that process. I appreciate the support from everybody who has asked how I am. Me and the kids are doing great. We need some time to be together. But you’ll hear from us again soon.”

She got a restraining order against him

The former reality star hasn’t just left her husband. She has filed for a restraining order against him on Nov. 4, 2019.

Evans claimed there were “several incidents” of “alleged abuse” by him. The documents read that “she is concerned for her and her children’s safety.”

Evans noted that his threats have “escalated” through text. The mother said, “Because of his recent threats, his history of violence, his erratic behavior and his large stockpile of weapons, I am scared for my life and my children’s well-being.”

A temporary restraining order was granted and it includes her three kids. The order says Eason will not have “contact with Jenelle or the children and will not post about Jenelle on social media or the internet.”

Earlier this year it was reported that there were 25 phone calls to 911 placed from the former couple’s home in the last 12 months, according to TMZ.

Evans called in October of 2018 claiming Eason assaulted her by pinning her to the ground. She then called in December of that year claiming he was smashing things in their house and he had a gun. She reportedly hid in the attic to make this call.

Eventually there was a report that Eason shot and killed her dog. That led to Evans getting fired from Teen Mom 2 and the couple had to fight to get custody of their children back. They were successful.

Her restraining order was extended

According to Radar Online, Evans returned to circuit court on Dec. 11. The judge reportedly granted an extension on her restraining order against Eason.

A Davidson County clerk reportedly said, “there has been a continuance until the 13th of January.” The clerk then said, “The order of protection will be extended until that date.”

Eason and Evans will return to court on Jan. 13, 2020. The mother seems to be looking forward to her holiday with her kids. She recently posted a photo of Ensley in front of a Christmas tree on Twitter and wrote, “Helping Mommy with #Christmas stuff.”