For Jenelle Evans, the hits just keep coming. In late spring, news broke that her beloved French bulldog Nugget had died. Then it was revealed that her husband, David Eason had shot the dog and killed it. So much has come as a result of the accusation, including Evans being fired from MTV's Teen Mom 2. Now, she posted a picture of an animal and her followers were so angry, she had to turn off the comments.
Evans recently shared a picture of Eason and their daughter Ensley to Instagram. In the picture, the little girl is holding a chicken, with a caption that reads: "So proud of her chickens." Apparently, people were so angry that the family had more animals, they let it be known. Evans had to turn off the comments. After the shared the Instagram post to Twitter, she got even more negative replies. Many tweets included the hashtag #JusticeForNugget.
"Look, it’s their last photo before they get killed. Just waiting for the video that says they pecked Ensley in the face and they had to be killed," was one of the replies.
— Jenelle Eason (@PBandJenelley_1) July 30, 2019
The comment references the fact that Nugget allegedly bit Ensley in the face, causing Eason to get angry and shoot him. In an Instagram post of Eason claimed that he didn't "give a damn what animal bites my baby on the face.” "Some people are worth killing or dying for and my family means that much to me,” he added.
"Will he chicken for dinner if she gets pecked though," reads another tweet, with the shrugging emoji.
Eason's alleged behavior towards Nugget had serious repercussions for Jenelle Evans. As the Columbus County Sheriff and Animal Control got involved to solve Nugget's murder, the couple lost custody of their children temporarily. Though they did get custody back eventually, Evans and Easons allegedly had to take anger management classes. Eason was fired from Teen Mom 2 back in 2018.
After investigating the woods near the Easons home, the sheriff and animal control closed the case, saying there was no evidence that Nugget had been shot. And then they accused Evans of making the whole thing up for publicity, even though the dog has truly gone missing.
Recently, Eason sparked more outrage and concern when he posted a YouTube video introducing the family's new puppies. According to the video, the puppies will be outdoor farm dogs, but naturally the fear that something will happen to them is there.