David Eason was in court again last week.
No, it wasn't for his alleged assault on Jenelle Evans back in October.
And it also wasn't for the time he towed a stranger's car without their knowledge, because he apparently doesn't know how to pull out of a parking space.
No, this day in court was all about a January incident in which David allegedly threatened a woman with a gun.
In case you're having trouble keeping track of David's many brushes with the law, here's a brief refresher:
Sandra Britt is a North Carolina real estate agent who says she was checking out a listed property near the Easons' home when David approached her car and brandished a weapon.
Eason says he did not have a gun and merely informed Ms. Britt that she was driving on private property.
Britt says David is lying on both counts, as he was definitely packing, and she “was parked on a public road, not their property."
According to Britt's version of events, David chased her down on a four-wheeler and threatened to shoot her if she didn't drive away,
Obviously, no one really knows what happened that day except for David and Sandra, but given Eason's lengthy history of violent acts and compulsive lying, we're gonna go out on a limb and assume he's once again full of sh-t.
If you follow him on Instagram, you know that David frequently brags about never leaving the house without a weapon on his hip.
And yet, he claims that on the day of his encounter with Britt, he decided to leave all of his guns at home.
That sounds hard to believe, but David has the world's most trustworthy witness testifying on his behalf.
We're talking, of course, about Mrs. Jenelle Evans.
(And we're being heavily sarcastic, in case that's not already abundantly clear.)
“Jenelle testified that his gun was inside of their nightstand at the time that [Sandra] said David had it on him and showed it to her,” a courtroom source tells The Ashley's Reality Roundup.
Astonishingly, the judge apparently bought David and Jenelle's story, because Eason was found not guilty and the charges against him were dismissed.
Of course, the decision was likely the result of a lack of evidence.
The fact that David and Jenelle didn't immediately take to social media to boast about their legal victory is a good indication that the judge in their case issued a gag order.
Despite this unexpected win, however, Eason's legal headaches are far from over.
The 30-year-old father of three is due back in court on June 3 for the car towing incident.
He'll face charges of "Injury to Personal Property” and “Tampering with a Vehicle," and it's unlikely that Jenelle's testimony will save him this time:
David filmed the incident and posted it YouTube.