Jenelle Evans' children removed from home by Child Protective Services after David Eason shoots family dog

Jace and Kaiser are no longer with Jenelle Evans and David Eason but their 2-year-old daughter, Ensley, is said to be in the house


                            Jenelle Evans' children removed from home by Child Protective Services after David Eason shoots family dog

Jenelle Evans’ 4-year-old son, Kaiser, was picked up from school by Child Protective Services (CPS) on Friday, May 10. Evans’ 4-year-old son, Kaiser, was removed from the house on Friday and is currently staying with his father, Nathan Griffith and Nathan's mother, Doris. Kaiser was in the house when Evans' husband David Eason beat and shot the family dog, Nugget.

Jenelle Evans (Photo by John Lamparski/Getty Images for Indonesian Diversity)

Griffith previously filed for full custody of Kaiser in July 2018 after alleging Evans did drugs during her pregnancy. Us Magazine stated Evans is “trying to get Kaiser back” from Doris. Evans' 9-year-old child, Jace, who she had with Andrew Lewis, isn't allowed to return to her home to visit, per orders of CPS and Evans' mother currently has custody of Jace and Evans' visitation rights. The same publication reported that CPS has banned visits to Evans' home because of the dog-killing incident earlier this month and no visits will be entertained until the investigation is complete.

It has also been widely reported that Evans is in conflict with her mother, Barbara Evans, over her eldest son's custody. Barbara has had custody of the 9-year-old for the majority of his life and Us Magazine stated that mother and daughter are not on speaking terms. As for Eason and Evans' 2-year-old daughter, Ensley, TMZ stated she is still in the house. CPS’ involvement in the case comes after the news that 27-year-old Evans was fired from 'Teen Mom 2.'