A North Carolina judge has reportedly approved Child Protective Service (CPS)’s requests to have Jenelle Evans and David Eason‘s daughter, Ensley, and David’s daughter, Maryssa, taken from their home following David’s killing of their family dog.
According to a new report, the judge signed the request to take Ensley and Maryssa on Monday and also signed another document to allow the former Teen Mom 2 star’s middle child, Kaiser, to stay with his father, Nathan Griffith, until the investigation into David’s murder of their dog is complete.
“Jenelle and David heard about the order being signed,” The Ashley’s Reality Roundup revealed to readers on May 14, adding that Ensley and Maryssa are both in their care.
While a TMZ report is stating that CPS is planning to take Ensley to the home of Jenelle’s mom, Barbara Evans, who has full custody of the ex-reality star’s oldest child, Jace, The Ashley confirmed Ensley is not yet with Barbara and also revealed Maryssa has not been placed with David’s family.
There have also been questions and confusion regarding the custody situation of Maryssa, and according to The Ashley, David currently has full custody of his 11-yr-old daughter, whose mother is David’s ex Whitney Johnson. David was reportedly granted legal custody of his daughter back in 2017, with her mom getting visitation as long as she followed certain rules in place when it comes to drug and alcohol use.
While some rumors suggested that Jenelle and David, who’ve both been fired from Teen Mom 2, were “on the run” from CPS after learning of the judge’s signed request, The Ashley told readers they were back home by Tuesday night. As for their daughters, their whereabouts are unknown.
According to TMZ’s report, CPS is trying to locate Jenelle, David, and Ensley but are fearful of entering their property due to David’s ongoing erratic and dangerous behavior. The outlet also said Jenelle’s son Jace has been ordered to stay away from her and David’s home.
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