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Yesterday, we learned 'Teen Mom 2' star, Jenelle Evans' dog, Nugget had been shot and killed by her husband of two years, David Eason. His reason? The pup allegedly nipped at the couple's daughter, Ensley to which Eason took Nugget into the woods and killed him. This action devastated his wife so much, she took her children (she shares son, Kaiser with ex, Nathan Griffiths) and fled. Luckily, son Jace, 9 was away on a cruise with his grandma, Barbara but Eason's tween daughter, Maryssa was in the house, as well and refused to leave her room after the incident. Jenelle released a statement on her Instagram afterwards, along with a photo of her and her beloved dog:
"Nugget...I'm crying everyday. I love you so much and I'm so sorry. I'm speechless. You were my side kick and knew the moment I felt bad and would cuddle with me. You still had a lot to learn and a lot to grow from your lessons. Everyday I wake up and you're not here, when I go to bed...you're not here. You're gone forever and there's no coming back. #Heartbroken #Distraught."
Evans also shared on her Instagram statements she has given about whether or not she will divorce David over this incident. She says it is not out of the question, the couple have separated in the past and have not had it easy. David cannot even film with his wife on TM2 so there are many segments she is filmed via telephone or we are just given typed out scenarios. What we have learned through one of her interviews or newly released texts is that David was actually set to go to jail the day after he shot Nugget. But, what for? No one is quite sure but as the day has gone on, Evans continues to share bits she is giving to the press via her social media and followers are not happy. They are tired of her profiting off of her dogs tragic death for her own gain when many believe this still will not push her to leave David. So, what will? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @3icubes!
*Animal Control has since gotten involved and we personally hope this is cited as animal cruelty and Eason finally realizes he is not invincible.
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