The ‘Teen Mom: OG’ star just shared a video on Instagram where she shared an inside view of her family putting away the groceries. It’s unclear if this was some sort of advertisement, but in the shocking clip, Jenelle’s husband David Eason can be seen sporting a camouflage-style handgun on his hip.
As you know, David admitted to shooting the reality star’s dog after it allegedly bit their daughter’s face — and her fans are now worried about him brandishing a weapon inside of the home.
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In the IG clip, Jenelle and David address the situation immediately after claiming TikTok shut down a previous live-stream for having something ‘controversial’ in the video.
“TikTok just kicked me off of my Livestream video, because they said something in my video was controversial. I don’t know…,” Jenelle said. David quipped, “I know,” referring to his weapon. “Instagram doesn’t give a f–k, Instagram isn’t as much as a b—h as TikTok,” he snapped.
As the couple put away the food, David’s gun is clearly on the outside of his pants connected to his belt buckle in a holster. Fans of the reality star went nuts on Instagram pointing out the danger in the situation.
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“David carries all the time, I mean no matter what store we go in…we just got home so, of course, it’s on his hip. He has a holster on his belt,” Jenelle said after a fan questioned the gun.
She continued, “It’s an open carry state here unless you have a concealed weapon permit. We don’t, we haven’t taken the classes for it yet.” David chimed in at that point, letting everyone know he has his gun all the time, “Unless I’m sleeping then it’s on the nightstand,” he said.
“Find it mental you’re carrying a firearm around in your pocket I’m from the UK, Its so weird to see quite scary actually,” one concerned fan wrote. Adding, “That dude should not be able to carry a weapon AT ALL.”
Many of the ‘Teen Mom’ fans are pointing to the tragic story involving Jenelle’s dog ‘Nugget’ where David admitted to shooting the pet in their backyard.
David addressed the situation recently, admitting he killed the pooch but explaining it was a necessary decision. “It was a situation where my daughter, her health, her safety was in danger,” Eason said.
He continued, “This was something that nobody wants to ever have to do. The dog was aggressive. Yes, she might not be huge or whatever, but you know when a dog bites a child on the face more than one time, then it should never be around the child again. If you give the dog up for adoption, one day it’s going to be around children again.”
Jenelle’s husband concluded the dog needed to be euthanized and he wasn’t going to pay for something he could do himself.
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