“I’m just beside myself,” the former Playboy Playmate and animal advocate told the paparazzi over the weekend. “What kind of a sick f**k does that?”
D’Errico said that nothing the dog did warranted that kind of abuse.
“Little kids get in puppy’s faces and they don’t know how to treat a puppy and the puppy’s gonna do what a puppy does,” she explained. “But seriously, to go and beat the little defenseless puppy and shoot it with a f**king shotgun, are you kidding me? Seriously? Why is he not arrested? Why is he walking around?”
She then made an interesting analogy comparing the brutal incident to punishing a child.
Donna D’Errico wondered, “What if he decides to spank his daughter one day, does that give the mom the right to take him out back and crush his skull against the house a few times? Or beat him and shoot him with a shotgun too? By his own reasoning, is that a just kind of punishment for that?”
As The Blast first reported, Jenelle Evans and David Eason are under investigation by child protection officials in North Carolina after receiving a complaint that the children in the home could be in danger.
Eason was seen brutally beating Nugget inside the home, and in front of the minor children, before taking the small dog outside for execution.
Jenelle has remained quiet regarding her feelings toward her husband, only saying that she’s “devastated” over the loss of Nugget.
The reality star has hinted that she may seek a divorce and has not been at home since her dog’s death.