Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans revealed that her ex Nathan Griffith doesn’t visit their six-year-old. On the other hand, Nathan claimed that David Eason abused their child Kaiser. Now it is unclear if both of these claims are true. Let’s investigate.
The tweets from Teen Mom Alum came a day after Nathan claimed that David was abusing his son, Kaiser. He said there were traces on the little boy’s body. He sounded helpless and angry when he shared, “What am I supposed to do but be a panicking parent!” And this was not the first time Nathan spoke to her ex’s husband. In 2019 Nathan complained to D who hit his son with the stick. After that he claimed full custody of Kaiser. Unfortunately he did not get it.
Teen Mom 2: Jenelle Evans Launched A New Website
Jenelle Evans recently launched her website, Jenelle’s World. She tweeted about the same thing, asking her fans to sign up for the website. Evans offers subscription services on her website. She charges $5 a month for those in Friends Status. They get access to monthly giveaways, along with videos and photos. If they pay $15 a month, they will be put in a private group that gives them access to Evans’ podcast. They also get a 15% discount on Evans’ products. However, if someone is willing to shell out $75 a month, they can attend live chats with Evans.
Teen Mom 2: Jenelle Evans Lost Her Job And Sponsorships Because Of David Eason
Amidst all the drama, Jenelle Evans worked hard for the money after leaving Teen Mom 2. Her relationship with David Eason had cost her her job and a few sponsorship contracts. Although the couple broke up after David was arrested, they soon got back together again. However, it doesn’t look like their lives are still sorted.
Jenelle Evans worked in March with the company Peanut, a social networking app for mothers. She made good money with the sponsorship. But when the fans approached the company and expressed their indignation, she stopped working with Evans. A company representative even twittered: “Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We’ll have to deal with it as soon as possible.” The sponsored content was later removed.