Ex-Teen Mom star Jenelle Evans and husband David Eason tease they are returning to television after MTV firing – The Sun
JENELLE Evans and her husband David Eason have teased their return to television after being fired from MTV.
The couple – who left Teen Mom 2 after David shot and killed Jenelle's dog Nugget last April – were seen filming a mystery project.
In a video, Jenelle and David sat in chairs as they gave advice on travelling with kids in front of a camera crew.
Jenelle, who has three children – Maryssa, Kaiser and Ensley – advised always charging iPads and making sure there are games downloaded onto it.
As fans flocked to the comments to ask if they were returning to Teen Mom, David replied: "Hell no."
He added: "We are filming our own show."
Another fan wrote, "yay back to TV?" and he confirmed: "Yes!"
Weeks after David shot her dog, Jenelle was fired from Teen Mom 2, following nearly a decade on the show.
Producers said at the time: “MTV ended its relationship with David Eason over a year ago in February 2018 and has not filmed any new episodes of Teen Mom 2 with him since."
Jenelle told iClickTV's Dirty Reality afterwards: "I'm being punished for my husband's mistakes."
After they were axed, CPS removed their children from their home.
In early July, Jenelle and David regained custody of the kids.
In October 2019, Jenelle announced that she had split with David and filed for a restraining order just days after.
In the restraining order request, she listed eleven alleged incidents of abuse.
She dropped the request in January and the two rekindled their romance.
Jenelle told Hollywood Life: "There are some people who are being critical about us getting back together, but there are also a lot more supporters messaging and reaching out.
"Fans are happy that I decided to work out my marriage and save it rather than throwing it away immediately."
She added: "I’ve had long talks to David about why we had fallen out of love – [he] keep opinions to himself, and [we] discuss a disagreement before it turns into an argument."
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