Teen Mom really cut and run at the right time because here’s a long interview with People, Jenelle Evans and David Eason–which I can only call an effort to “come out” about him killing Nugget. Which they both had previously denied…. to the police, reportedly. So the happy ending in all of this may be David and Jenelle getting handcuffed for lying to the police! But until then….
31-year-old David Eason admits he’s a dog murderer which is a good thing to say after getting custody of kids back. David and 27-year-old Jenelle spoke with People about the incident where Nugget, a small-ass puppy, allegedly bit their daughter, 2-year-old Ensley.
Any human person whose been around animals and toddlers knows that sometimes those things don’t mix but David is painting it out like Nugget was a future serial killer who was going to smother Ensley in her sleep:
“It was a situation where my daughter, her health, her safety was in danger… 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 call the authorities at that point, the law says the dog has to be euthanized. I’m not going to pay anyone to euthanize my dog when I could do it myself. I mean, I loved that dog.”
So listen, that bite mark on Ensley was nothing. Secondly, if Ensley was bitten “multiple” times, why is your dumbass letting your daughter play with the dog continuously?
Jenelle wanted to keep this private, and blames the father of her son Kaiser, Nathan Griffith–who called the police telling them to check on his son after hearing that his caretaker was murdering dogs through the grapevine. Kaiser also said he’s afraid of David and claimed he ‘mistreats‘ him so…
Jenelle blames David’s bumpkin roots for his murderous attitude:
“David has grown up in the country lifestyle–he hunts, he fishes. The way he was raised is really different than a lot of other places. …His father taught him, ‘Don’t let any animal hurt you’ … and he just thought what he was doing was best.”
Well it sounds like David’s whole bloodline is garbage–not surprising. But don’t worry, David is sorry, even though he had to kill nugget:
“I don’t think the dog should have been re-homed, no. Regardless of what I did, the dog would have been euthanized. … The law says if you don’t euthanize a dog that bites somebody, within a reasonable amount of time, you are held liable for neglect.”
Jenelle says he’s better after counseling:
“I have [forgiven him], and we went to co-parenting counseling sessions… And he’s also taken anger management classes; he took six classes, completed the whole course. …He did do things to try to better himself. We’ve been working out really well ever since. We got over it… Actually, my pitbull Jax, he actually killed one of our pigs recently. So instead of David saying, ‘Well let me euthanize the dog, let’s just give the dog away.’ So we gave the dog away instead … So he’s even taken the initiative to correct his actions and not repeat the same mistakes he’s made before.”
Can you believe it?! The pit bull KILLED a pig–and because David is GROWING and HEALING, he didn’t take the dog out back and killed it like he did Nugget. He has grown to the point that he’s like, “Oh… let’s give someone else this dog which has shown violence to the point of killing my wildlife and grew up around me.” PERFECT!
Yesterday, this guy cut me off on the road, and when I honked at him, he spat on my car–and I thought to myself: “I have never been so angry before in my whole life.” Today, that has changed.