Former “Teen Mom 2” star Jenelle Evans had authorities called to her North Carolina home approximately twice a month in the year leading up to her losing custody of her three children, according to reports.
TMZ reported that Columbus County Emergency Services fielded a total of 25 calls: one-third which entailed welfare checks, and six which involved someone requesting to speak with police. The latest call reportedly occurred May 15 when Evans, 27, told a 911 dispatcher that she received an unknown powder in the mail.
The tabloid also highlighted a call from December 2018 when police were asked to investigate Evans’ husband, David Eason, 30, after he allegedly showed off a plethora of guns and ammunition in a video posted to social media.
Radar Online reported that Nathan Griffith, the father of Evans’ son, Kaiser, also called 911 claiming the 4-year-old had “marks all over him” and alleging the child said Eason “hit him with a stick.”
The news outlet also noted that Evans called the cops on her husband in October and December 2018 in domestic-related incidents.
The couple grabbed headlines in recent weeks amid controversy that Eason fatally shot the family French bulldog for biting their toddler daughter, Ensley, 2. Late last month, a Columbus County judge ruled that Evans won’t regain custody of their three children after finding that the couple’s home posed a credible risk.
According to reports, Kaiser is staying with his father and Jace and Ensley were ordered to remain with Evans’ mother, Barbara. Radar reported that Eason’s son, Kaden, is in his mother’s custody and Eason is no longer seeking custody of his daughter, Maryssa.
[Featured image: David Eason, Jenelle Evans/Instagram]