‘Teen Mom’ Jenelle’s Mom Barbara Angry Over Star’s Custody Win
Many Teen Mom 2 fans were furious when the custody case against Jenelle Evans and her controversial husband, David Eason, was dismissed on Tuesday, July 3 — but no one is as angry and devastated as the ex-reality star’s mom, Barbara Evans. In an exclusive interview with RadarOnline.com, Barbara slammed the judge’s decision to give her troubled daughter custody back of her children.
“It was an injustice to the children,” she fumed to Radar. “We are all sick to our stomachs.” Barbara, who starred on MTV’s Teen Mom 2 until Jenelle’s recent firing, told Radar that her daughter, 27, and David, 31, showed up at her home on the evening of July 3 to take back their daughter Ensley, 2, for good, and also pick up her son Jace, 9, for the holiday. (Barbara has had custody of her daughter’s oldest son since he was a baby, though Jenelle is now allowed to resume regular unsupervised visits.)
But the hand-off was a disaster, she claimed. “David came over my house, and started a fight all over again. Jace was very upset, and he didn’t want to go with them,” she said, adding that Jace ultimately didn’t leave with the couple. Barbara said David screamed at her when Jace refused to go. “He just is the same person he normally is. He’s not going to change. He is an evil f**king person,” she fumed.
But a source close to Jenelle insisted Jace just wanted to stay home for the night to play with his cousin, but is heading over to his mom and stepdad’s home today to spend the holiday weekend. Barbara told Radar that the judge’s decision to return Maryssa, 11, Kaiser, 5, and Ensley and resume visits with Jace could put the kids in danger.
“Now they’re back with this crazed guy,” she said. “He’s back in his mean s**t.” She said David “faked being nice”at Kaiser’s birthday party last weekend thrown by his father, Nathan Griffith: “It was all a set-up. The minute it was dismissed, their whole true colors came out.”
Barbara told Radar that Jenelle and David also plan to pick up Kaiser from Nathan and Maryssa from her maternal grandmother on July 4. However, she’s not going to give up trying to get custody away from her daughter.
“I’m going to fight for these children,” the proud grandma vowed. As Radar readers know, David admitted to shooting and killing the family dog in front of his kids after the tiny pet nipped at Ensley in May. A devastated Jenelle initially left home, but returned to David and has defended his decision. She has accused David of abuse on multiple accusations, but ultimately has changed her tune and stood by his side after each incident.
Radar confirmed cops were called to the family home 25 times in one year for domestic violence accusations, welfare checks and more.
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