By now, you probably know the story well.
Back in April, David Eason, the husband of Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans, shot and killed Nugget, his wife's 11-pound French bulldog.
At the time, he claimed that the pup was too dangerous to live and somehow presented a threat to the health and safety of his family.
Realizing this made literally no sense, he backpedalled on the story, and Jenelle told the public that the dog simply went missing.
They couldn't have bungled their stories any worse, but now, Eason is finally manning up and admitting to what he's done. Or is he?
Clearly, Dave thinks his confession will help his wife - who's been fired from Teen Mom 2 - rebuild her reputation and sell cosmetics.
We think his timing couldn't be worse.
Take a look at what he's saying - and how Jenelle justifying standing by her (unstable) man after all of this and more - below:
The Monster and the Martyr
In a fit of rage, David beat little Nugget before shooting him at close range with a shotgun. The appalling act made Jenelle's pet an animal rights mascot.
A Brutal Scene
David did all of this while his children were at home, and the ensuing CPS investigation resulted in the Easons losing custody of the kids who were still permitted to live with them. (They had each lost custody of one child already.)
House of Lies
David claimed that Nugget attacked and bit his daughter Ensley. However, the only evidence he was ever able to provide was this photo -- which shows no bite marks or damage.
Evans briefly left Eason over the incident, but she quickly changed her mind and decided to stand by him -- even if it meant losing her kids.
Muddying the Waters
Nugget's body was never found by police, and Jenelle used this fact to try to obscure the facts of what really happened that night.
She claimed she had no knowledge of what became of the dog and suggested that he had simply run away.