These are tough times in the life of Jenelle Evans.
She's been fired from Teen Mom 2; her marriage appears to be on the rocks; and public opinion of Evans is at an all-time low.
Of course, the biggest setback Jenelle has suffered in recent months is the loss of her children.
Jenelle and husband David Eason lost custody of all three kids who were still living with them -- and the fight to get them back will not be an easy one.
The Easons, of course, claim that they did nothing wrong and are being unfairly persecuted.
However, police records tell a different story.
Take a look:
Long before Jenelle and David lost custody of their kids, there were reports of abuse and neglect on the property the couple obnoxiously dubbed "The Land."
Well-Acquainted With the Local Authorities
According to Columbus County police records obtained by Radar Online, cops were called to Jenelle and David's home no fewer than 25 times in the past year.
For the most part, these were complaints from neighbors and requests for welfare checks for the three children of whom Jenelle and David still had custody. (They had already lost custody of two other kids.)
If Ya Can't Beat 'Em ...
Perhaps not wanting to be left out of the fun, David and Jenelle also called the cops on each other quite a few times.
Needless to say, it's been a fun and eventful year on the land. Here are some of the highlights:
According to Columbus County Emergency Services, FOUR 911 calls were placed on the week of June 7. Three were welfare checks, one was a request for mutual aid/assist other agency.
Concern For Kai
At least one of the calls was likely placed by David Eason out of concern for his 4-year-old son Kaiser.
Back At It
Weeks later, Nathan would report Jenelle and David again and accuse the couple of physically assaulting the toddler.
"I received my child and he has marks all over him,” Griffith said during one call. “I picked him up yesterday… there is bruising now.”
Nathan told authorities that Kaiser claimed David “hit him with a stick.”
Jenelle was the next to call 911, claiming that Nathan and his mother were unlawfully keeping her son from her.
Kaiser In the Middle
“The grandparent and my ex are trying to keep my son,” Evans told the operator. “I have primary custody and he has every other weekend. They were supposed to meet me at 5 pm at the gas station and now they’re trying to say, ‘Oh since he has a bruise on him we’re going to keep him and not give him back to you.’”
Another Busy Week
That situation went on for quite some time (with more 911 calls being placed), and Nathan eventually wound up with custody. But shortly after it all began, Jenelle had several unrelated brushes with the law.
Worst. Driver. Ever.
On June 29, 2018, July 1, 2018 and July 2, 2018 emergency responders were dispatched to Jenelle's property for "traffic calls." Details are scarce, but it's likely that police responded to claims of reckless driving.
And then there was the incident in October in which Jenelle called the cops on David, alleging that he had assaulted her and broken her collarbone.
A Frightening Account
“My husband he just assaulted me,” she cried during the call. “He pinned me down on the ground in the yard. I think I heard my collarbone crack. I can’t move my arm.”
Water Under the Bridge
Shortly thereafter, Jenelle and David reconciled. She offered a convoluted excuse for the incident, describing it as "a drunk and dramatic misunderstanding."
David Loves His Guns
Just a week later, police were called to The Land for an incident involving a gun. Again, few details were recorded.
No, He REALLY Loves His Guns
In December, the Secret Service paid David a visit after he posted videos in which he issued violent threats to various politicians.
David documented the visit in a series of videos. “So Instagram since you're so f--king mad send the f--king SBI to my house. I'm going to upload a lot more gun videos," he ranted, likely intending to say "FBI." "And you know what, I got a gun on my hip! F--k you SBI.”
Just over a week later, Jenelle called the police on David, alleging that he had flown into a violent rage over an article he read online.
“My husband is freaking out. He's outside freaking out. He's smashing our front door trying to get inside," a frantic Jenelle told the operator.
"He has a gun,” she said. “He broke my front door, I don't how it looks. I'm in the attic.”
That same day, David called 911 requesting a welfare check on Jenelle.
"I have a David Eason calling for a welfare check on his wife," the dispatcher said to the 911 operator. "He said she's not answering her phone or texts. He's in Wilmington County. He wanted us to send the information because he's driving. He said he's worried. He called 2 to 3 times. She's on Facebook."
In January and February, several more calls were placed and court papers were served at the house, likely in relation to an incident in which David towed an elderly man's truck from a public parking spot without the man's knowledge.
The Nugget Incident
And then, on April 30, cops were called to the home after David shot and killed the family dog after flying into yet another violent rage.
Jenelle called 911, as did Nathan, who requested a welfare check on Kaiser after learning of the incident.
Concern For the Kids
“There’s been multiple 911 calls and abuse," he said. "I’m trying to figure out where my son is at and what I have to do in this situation. I’m so confused right now.”
The resulting CPS investigation led to Kaiser and his siblings being removed from the home. Yet somehow, David Eason remains a free man. Here's hoping that changes soon ...