‘Teen Mom 2’: Why Did Jenelle Evans Call 911 on her Husband David Eason?

Jenelle Evans hasn’t had the best track record when it comes to men. From her first son, Jace’s, father, onwards, Evans has been in tumultuous relationship after tumultuous relationship. And the one with her current husband, David Eason, doesn’t appear to be breaking the trend.

On top of having homophobic views, Eason is reportedly also aggressive towards Evans. In a 911 phone call that was just released to RadarOnline, Evans can be heard calling Columbus County Emergency services, terrified that her husband is going to hurt her.

What did Evans say on the call?

The call occurred on December 23rd, which was just two months after the former Teen Mom 2 star first accused her husband of abusing her.

“My husband is freaking out,” Evans said on the call. “He’s outside freaking out. He’s smashing our front door trying to get inside.”

While on the phone, Evans was hiding in the attic.

“My daughter is in the bedroom sleeping,” she continued. “He said I locked him out and took his phone. He was outside looking for his phone. He got upset over an article. You can hear him yelling. He’s outside smashing stuff.”

The operator then asked if Eason had a gun.

“Yeah he does, he has a gun. He broke my front door, I don’t how it looks. I’m in the attic.”

The operator then questioned their daughter Ensley’s safety, as the child was in her bedroom while Evans hid in the attic. But Evans told the emergency service provider that she could see Ensley’s room from the attic.

What’s really strange is that Eason also called the police on the same day, according to the outlet.

“I have a David Eason calling for a welfare check on his wife,” a dispatcher said to the 911 operator on the recording. “He said she’s not answering her phone or texts. He’s in Wilmington County. He wanted us to send the information because he’s driving. He said he’s worried. He called 2 to 3 times. She’s on Facebook.”

Eason and Evans lose custody of their children

Last week, a judge ruled that Evans would lose custody of her three children, Jace, Kaiser, and Ensley. Jace and Ensley are currently with Evans’ mom, Barbara, while Kaiser is with his father, Nathan Griffith.

The situation stemmed from Eason supposedly shooting the family dog in front of the children.

On April 30th, Griffith asked the Columbus County Sheriff’s department to perform a welfare check on Kaiser.

“The male caller referenced making sure his son was safe because his ex-fiancée’s husband shot a dog in front of him,” a public information officer told People of the call.

Though the situation is being investigated, Evans did confirm the dog’s death on Instagram.

“Nugget… I’m crying every day,” she captioned a photo of her and Nugget. “I love you so much and I’m so sorry. I’m speechless. You were my side kick and knew the moment I felt bad and would cuddle with me. You still had a lot to learn and a lot to grow from your lessons. Everyday I wake up you’re not here, when I come home you’re not here, when I go to bed… you’re not here. You’re gone forever and there’s no coming back.”

No information has been released as to when Evans might regain custody of the children.