Teen Mom Jenelle Evans admits she thought she ‘finally left’ David Eason after his arrest for assault with deadly weapon – The Sun

FORMER Teen Mom star Jenelle Evans admitted that she thought she was done with her husband David Eason following his arrest.

The Sun confirmed that David was arrested in North Carolina on charges of assault with a deadly weapon and communicating threats.

Jenelle, 28, posted TikTok video of her and David, 32, following their date night where she lip-synched the now-iconic line from 90 Day Fiance where Big Ed tells Rose that she's his "best view."

However, fans were not at all that happy that she was flaunting her relationship after claiming she was done with him.

One fan questioned her: "Thought you finally left him?"

She responded: "Me too."

However, other fans were a lot harsher and called her out for being with a man she claimed she was scared of.

One fan slammed her: "Do you like being in an abusive relationship? Is your self-esteem that low? I thought you were over him?"

While another clapped at her and said: "Nice, you can joke about your multiple domestic [violence incidents] and breakups."

And another one said: "Oh wow, I thought y'all had split."

Jenelle has shocked fans yet again after she confirmed that she had taken David back after he assaulted one of her friends.

After the couple spent a week arguing, Jenelle reportedly brought two of her friends, one named James Spivey, to her home to pick up some things.

According to a source, David and James began fighting, which resulted in the father of three allegedly hitting the male friend with a gun.

David, who was fired from Teen Mom 2 in 2018, also claimed he was assaulted.

A source told exclusively told The Sun Jenelle's three kids witnessed the attack, though they were unharmed in the scuffle.

Police were called and authorities noted various injuries to James' neck and back.

Following the altercation, Jenelle was quite vocal about where her relationship with David stood.

She told Celebernation: "I'm shaking and saddened by this.

"It's time for me to move on from this relationship and find happiness for my kids and myself elsewhere."

Jenelle responded: "I'm upset how everything ended up and wish the situation was taken in a more serious manner.

"I didn't agree with the unsecured bond."

James, whom David allegedly threatened "to blow his brains out," told The Sun exclusively that Jenelle was not ready to move on.

He said: "She’s claiming she’s with relatives, but it’s the opposite. She’s staying at the property. They’re back together.

“She made it very clear she doesn’t want to be alone. She doesn’t want to live on the property alone.”

In another exclusive interview, James opened up about his fears for Jenelle.

He revealed: “I feel like something bad is going to happen. Someone is going to get hurt on that property.”

While the pair are back together, David still has to deal with the fallout of the alleged assault.

Columbus County Emergency Services exclusively confirmed to The Sun that the District Attorney's Office “has possession” of the 911 call.

The District Attorney's Office will also be prosecuting David on the assault with a deadly weapon and communicating threats charges.

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