Jenelle Evans Made Up Story About David Eason Taking pictures Her Canine For Publicity, Police Say
Did Jenelle Evans‘ husband David Eason actually shoot and kill their canine? Police have now closed their investigation into the case because of lack of proof and say the fact star made up the story for publicity.
In Could, the North Carolina native had advised Us Weekly on the report that David “killed” her French bulldog canine Nugget as a result of the pet “snapped” at their 2-year-old daughter, Ensley. She including that her husband “simply took her and shot her within the woods…about two acres away from the home.” Jenelle later advised E! Information, “Fortunately the youngsters didn’t see him shoot the canine.” She mourned the lack of the pet on Instagram.
Jenelle misplaced her position on Teen Mother 2 over the reported incident and police, animal management providers and little one protecting providers launched investigations. She and David quickly briefly misplaced custody of Ensley, Jenelle’s son Kaiser and David’s older daughter Maryssa. Following a authorized battle, they just lately regained custody of the youngsters. On Thursday, native police launched a assertion about closing their joint investigation with animal management and particulars of what Jenelle advised them.
“[Jenelle] contacted Columbus County Sheriff’s Workplace by public service. [She] suggested that on April 29th, at roughly 6:30 pm, her canine bit her daughter, leaving a scratch on her face,” the Columbus County Sheriff’s Workplace in Whiteville, North Carolina stated in an announcement to E! Information on Thursday. “[She] suggested that her husband, David Eason, threw the canine outdoors. She then suggested that after David realized that the canine scratched their little one, he went outdoors and shot the canine. Throughout this dialog, Jenelle said that she did hear a gunshot however didn’t witness the incident.”
Police stated that on Could 13, they carried out a search of the couple’s property, which David licensed, and located no blood proof or another bodily proof to validate that an animal had been fatally injured there. A day later, Jenelle was questioned in regards to the alleged incident she had reported.
“Jenelle’s accounts have been inconsistent along with her authentic account of the occasions that occurred on April 29,” the assertion stated. “Jenelle suggested that she was inside along with her kids on the time of the alleged occasion. She suggested that she by no means heard or noticed something to point that David shot her canine. Jenelle suggested that she didn’t need the Columbus County Sheriff’s Workplace or the District Lawyer’s Workplace to proceed with the investigation. Jenelle suggested that this was her determination that she made on her personal free will. She suggested that she was not coerced into making this determination.”
“Jenelle suggested that ‘she do not know the place the canine is,'” the assertion continued. “She additionally suggested that ‘I do not know if she was shot or killed or not.’ Jenelle said that the rationale she filed the animal cruelty report was for the publicity and since she didn’t know the place her canine was.”
Jenelle and David haven’t commented on the police assertion.
After the report of the alleged killing was first made public, David had shared on Instagram a video of the canine showing to snap at Ensley’s face, writing, “I dont give a rattling what animal bites my child on the face… whether or not it’s your canine or mine, a canine is a canine and I dont put up with that shit in any respect. I am all about defending my household, it’s my lifes mission. Some persons are value killing or dying for and my household implies that a lot to me. You may hate me all you need however this isnt the primary time the canine bit Ensley aggressively. The one individual that may decide climate or not a animal is a hazard to MY CHILD is ME.”
David has since deleted the publish.
“Columbus County Sheriff’s Workplace Legal Investigators situated no bodily proof to substantiate that the allegations in opposition to David Eason are factual,” the police assertion stated. “The proof collected signifies that the allegations of animal cruelty have been fabricated. Due to this fact, Columbus County Sheriff’s Workplace is closing this investigation. No costs will likely be filed on this case.”
Police additionally stated they closed an investigation right into a separate incident, by which Jenelle and her husband had on Could 15 obtained an envelope containing a white powder. The substance was examined and deemed unharmful.
The assertion additionally stated that “the amount of calls and emails” that the Sheriff’s Workplace and different businesses obtained in regards to the alleged animal cruelty case was “so plentiful that people needed to be faraway from their regular duties to reply 1000’s of redundant calls,” which “slowed the progress of the investigation, and delayed regular each day operations.”
“Social media generally is a useful gizmo when utilized for optimistic interactions,” the assertion stated “On this case, social media posts have been utilized to incite follower’s feelings to realize publicity.”
—Reporting by Jessica Finn