Nathan Griffith called 911 several days, desperately seeking the answer to one important question:
IS MY SON SAFE?
And he had a pretty good reason to push for a response.
As you must know by now, David Eason brutally beat his family's dog, Nugget, last Tuesday afternoon.
He then took the dog into the woods and shot it dead.
The incident is being investigated by the authorities and Jenelle Evans may or, more likely, may not file for divorce from her violent husband.
But Griffith is the one who actually called 911 after apparently learning what happened from MTV producers.
And because the four-year old son he shares with Evans lives with Jenelle and David... Nathan was rightfully VERY concerned.
“I guess there was a dispute with my ex-fiancée and her husband and he shot a dog. And there’s been multiple 911 calls of abuse,” Griffith says in the video featured here, adding:
“And I’m just trying to figure out where my son’s at and what I should do in this situation right now.
"I’m just so confused right now. … I just want to make sure my son is safe.”
Griffith isn't entirely sure what he's asking of the authorities in this case.
It turns out that Kaiser wasn't home when Eason committed the homicide, but Nathan was unaware of that at the time he made the call.
The former underwear model told the 911 operator that he has not “had contact with [Evans] in almost a year,” and did not know what to do in the wake of the “traumatic” event.
“I just tried to text her. Obviously, she changed her phone number,” he says here.
“I see my son every other weekend, but I have no communication with the mom and I just want to make sure my son is safe right now.”
Did Nathan want police to conduct a welfare check?
Yes, he responds.
The dispatcher then takes down Griffith's information and says someone will be giving him a call shortly.
"The day the story broke, I was frantic,” Griffith has since told The Ashley, adding:
“I tried to reach out to Jenelle, but she wouldn’t respond. I called everyone I could think of — the MTV producers, CPS and the police to do a welfare check on my son.”
He even said he tried to contact Eason directly, despite their intense rivalry.
“I said, ‘I’m not trying to argue, but we need to talk. What is going on? Is there another story I’m not hearing what is going on?’”
It doesn't sound as if Griffith ever got a hold of Eason, however.
He also tells someone else while making this phone call that he's afraid "someone is going to die" at Jenelle and David's home.
Take a listen now.