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'Teen Mom' Star Jenelle Evans Says 'Everything Is Perfect' In A New Life Update

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By Clark Sparky

Jenelle Evans took to Twitter on Monday to let her fans know how great things are going for her right now. Less than two months after leaving her estranged husband David Eason, the "Teen Mom 2" alum said that her life is "perfect" right now.

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"I just want to tell everyone, I am sooooo happy with life right now. Everything is perfect. My support system is so big now, it’s crazy," she wrote in a tweet.

Fans are elated for her. "Oh my gosh Jenelle thats great im soo elated for you i want to jump in joy inside im wickedly proud of you im so glad your happy and away from that toxic environment from one DV survivor to another this is exactly what you needed hella proud of you keep taking great care," one said.


"I’m glad for you. Still be careful who you trust. But definitely don’t hesitate to lean on her support system. You will do great. Stay safe," a fan advised.

"I knew you would finally get a good support system behind you! Keep going! Don’t let anyone tell you you’re less than a strong woman! Your past is not your future!" another wrote.

"Im so happy for you and the kids!! Your one of my favorite people! I went thru a bad relationship and he abused me and i got away from my ex 7 yrs ago and im doing so much better now .. Your strong and you can do it by yourself," a fan replied.

Evans announced on social media on October 31 that she was leaving Evans.

"With time away from Teen Mom, I've started to look at my life differently and I know I need to make changes," Evans wrote in part at the time. "I'm starting that now. The kids and I have moved away from David. Nobody gets into a marriage expecting it to end but I know that's what is best for me, and for my kids. Today I've filed papers to start that process."

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"Because of his behavior, I want to leave him," Evans wrote in a courting filing for a restraining order against Eason. "As he has realized this over the past couple of days, he has escalated his threats. David does not currently know where I am, but once he learns. I’m afraid he will try to come find me and hurt me.

"Given his actions and knowing his temperament, I believe he was implying that he would kill himself if I do not come back to him," Evans wrote. "For all of these reasons, I'm afraid that David will harm me or my children, and that he will continue to threaten me using text messages, phone calls, or on the internet."

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