‘Teen Mom’: Jenelle Evans Deletes Video of Her Screaming at Her Daughter After Being Called Out by Fans
Jenelle Evans has gotten into some trouble over her parenting style in the past. Fans have mostly been upset that the former Teen Mom 2 star allows her husband David Eason to be around their kids despite past allegations of abuse. Now, Evans had to delete a clip from one of her recent videos after fans called her out for mistreating her daughter Ensley.
Jenelle Evans lost custody of her kids
Fans have been keeping a close eye on Evans and her kids since she was fired from Teen Mom 2. Last year, Evans briefly lost custody of her kids after Eason shot a dog in front of them.
“It was a situation where my daughter, her health, her safety was in danger,” Eason told PeopleTV’s People Now of the incident.
“This was something that nobody wants to ever have to do. The dog was aggressive. Yes, she might not be huge or whatever, but you know when a dog bites a child on the face more than one time, then it should never be around the child again. If you give the dog up for adoption, one day it’s going to be around children again.”
Eason later addressed the incident again in his and Evans’ new YouTube video series I Have Something to Say.
“She was a loving dog to me, but she was not loving toward our kids at all,” Eason said. “I loved the dog, the kids loved it. But she didn’t love the kids. Anytime we were taking a video of the kids riding their bikes, playing outside, we’d have to delete the video, not even be able to post it because she didn’t play nice. She would bite their feet, she would bite the wheels on her bicycle. She wasn’t always vicious, but she had a lot of vicious tendencies. She really was kinda mean. We put up with it for a long time.”
Allegations of abuse
When Child Protective Services took Evans’ kids, they made reports on each of her children. On the documents, two checked boxes caused alarm to fans. One stated “the juvenile has suffered physical injury or sexual abuse” and the other said that the child was exposed to a risk or physical injury or sexual abuse “because the parent, guardian, custodian, or caretaker has created conditions likely to cause injury or abuse or has failed to provide, or is unable to provide, adequate supervision or protection.”
In the second video of the YouTube series, Evans refuted the claims that her daughter Ensley had been abused.
“The allegations of abuse was lies and it was about physical abuse against my son, nothing to do with my daughter,” Evans said.
“Some of you have commented to say ‘you posted the documents and Ensley’s name was in those papers.’ Even though there were allegations against us, against Kaiser, the same allegations were on every kid’s paperwork, so all the paperwork had the same allegations for every single child and that is why Ensley’s matched Kaiser’s matched Maryssa – they all matched each other.”
Jenelle deletes a video
The original version of the first “I Have Something to Say” video featured a scene where Ensley walked into the room and Evans yelled at her to get out.
When people started calling her out for deleting the clip, Evans admitted to doing it and defended herself.
“Yeah, I told my daughter to get out because it was a very emotional day,” she said in a comment captured by The Sun. “You’re trying to tell me you have never told your kids to get out of your bedroom?! Righhhhhht.”