Teen Mom 2-star Jenelle Evans saw her French bulldog Nugget die earlier this year, leading to a police investigation, the removal of her children from the house and her resignation from Teen Mom.
After several denials, her husband David Eason finally admitted People TV that he killed the little dog. In a shocking interview, Eason says he killed the dog to prevent them from biting their two year old daughter Ensley and also biting another owner when they gave him away. And he also said that he now misses the dog.
Soon after TMZ reported that his confession was observed by his local police, allowing them to reopen the case. If that happens, he can be accused of animal abuse.
He killed the dog: Teen Mom 2-star Jenelle Evans saw her French bulldog Nugget die earlier this year, which led to a police investigation and the removal of her children from the house. After several denials and lawsuits, her husband David Eason finally admitted to People TV that he killed the dog. Seen on September 7 in NYC
Missed: In July, Jenelle said she had no idea if her husband killed Nugget. She now says she knows he did it
David insisted that he shot the dog with his gun so that his daughter would not be attacked.
(Both have children from previous relationships, such as Jenelle, 27, is also the mother of sons Jace, nine, and Kaiser, four, while Eason is the father of daughter Maryssa, 11.)
And he added that the pooch had already taken the child several times.
He explained that he did not want to give it up for adoption because it might have bitten another child.
Instead of allowing Nugget to euthanize, he thought he would end the dog's life to save the trouble.
Jenelle then intervened and said that this is a & # 39; private family business & # 39; had to be.
Cold approach: he explained that he did not want to give it up for adoption because it might have bitten another child. Instead of letting Nugget euthanasia, he thought he would end the dog's life to save the trouble
Difficult times: the two had to go to court this year to regain custody of their children
Strangely enough, it stopped privately because she posted news about Nugget's death on social media.
Evans added that her husband feels bad about killing Nugget and learned from it. He added that he misses the dog.
In May David said: & I don't care which animal bites my baby in the face. & # 39; Whether it's your dog or mine, a dog is a dog and I can't bear that at all. I'm all about protecting my family, it's my life's mission.
& # 39; Some people are worth killing or dying for and my family means so much to me. & # 39;
Killing the dog had immediate consequences for the family, while MTV fired Jenelle from Teen Mom while the couple lost custody of their children.
In July, Jenelle stepped back to confirm that Eason had killed the dog Nugget, as she claimed TMZ that they & # 39; no idea & # 39; has that Nugget is alive or dead and has transferred the question to her husband.
Family: In a shocking interview, Eason says he killed the dog to prevent him from biting another owner when they gave him away. And he also said that he now misses the dog. Seen with their children Ensley and Maryssa
& # 39; You should ask David – I have not asked David to this day, & # 39; said Jenelle, who said she last saw the dog on May 1st.
Authorities of the Sheriff & # 39; s Office of Columbus County have announced that they will not sue Eason in the case.
At this time, the reality TV stars must be pet-free.
But in July two new dogs were adopted: Buddy and Junior, a pair of Anatolian shepherd puppies that the couple receives on their farm in North Carolina.
They shared a look at the dogs in a YouTube clip.
Eason said in the video description that the dogs are on site as a means to protect our chickens and cattle & # 39; against & # 39; hawks and crows that (always) eat the head of our chickens & # 39 ;.
The latter: Eason showed Buddy and Junior, a pair of Anatolian shepherd puppies who host the couple on their North Carolina farm, in a YouTube clip Sunday. The pair was broken earlier this year in New York
Eason, a welder by profession, noted how the pit bull Jax of the family killed & mutilated chickens, as well as a pig on the grounds that & # 39; about & # 39; Weighed 80 pounds.
& # 39; With that in mind … we decided to give it to a friend, & # 39; said Eason, adding that he found a dog breed that complemented the needs of the farm.
& # 39; After much research, we came across this breed of dog that is called the Anatolian shepherd, & # 39; he wrote. & # 39; They are one of the most unique types of dogs I have ever seen and have the best temperament and character of any dog I have ever had.
& # 39; They are a livestock breed and do not mind eating and sleeping with all our animals on the land! & # 39;
In the 10-minute clip, the dogs were mixed with the menagerie of geese and chickens on the grounds as a relaxed Eason told, stroking the dogs while he described the ins and outs of the animals on the farm.
Functional: Eason said the dogs are on site as a means to protect our chickens and livestock & # 39; against & # 39; hawks and crows (who always eat the head of our chicken & # 39;)
Affection: Eason, who is linked to killing the French bulldog of the family in April, behaved warmly and lovingly towards the puppies in the clip
Nature is rich: Eason showed the geese on the terrain in the clip
Crowded: the welder also showed the chickens that populate the home
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