Jenelle Evans’ Husband Shoots and Kills Dog (Reports)

Jenelle Evans' Husband Shoots and Kills Dog (Reports)
Jenelle Evans' Husband Shoots and Kills Dog (Reports)

Jenelle Evans‘ husband, David Eason, posted a meme about “happiness” just hours after he admitted to killing the “Teen Mom 2” star’s dog.

“Happiness depends on your attitude, not on what you have,” the meme posted on Eason’s Instagram Stories Wednesday reads.

Despite confessing to shooting Evans’ dog, Nugget, after the animal allegedly snapped at the couple’s 2-year-old daughter, Ensley, it does not appear that Eason will endure any legal repercussions.

The Columbus County, North Carolina, Sheriff’s Office shared a press release that said police conducted a welfare check at Eason’s home Tuesday night at around 7:30 p.m, but officers found all of the human residents were fine. “There was no evidence to substantiate a further investigation,” the statement said.

“I dont give a damn what animal bites my baby on the face … whether it be your dog or mine, a dog is a dog and I dont put up with that s–t at all,” Eason captioned a video of the incident, adding, “Some people are worth killing or dying for and my family means that much to me.”

The public has since expressed its outrage over the dog’s murder online, and the sheriff’s office said in the statement that it directed all complaints to Columbus County Animal Control. However, a source at the Animal Control center told Page Six that it only handles complaints involving animals that are still alive.

While Eason shares positive messages on his social media, Evans expressed her sadness over the loss of her dog.

On Instagram, the reality star said she is “crying every day,” adding hashtags “#Broken” and “#Distraught.”

“We are dealing with this rough situation,” Evans also told Us Weekly. “I want to focus on what’s best for me and my kids. [Divorce is] in thoughts, but nothing is finalized.”

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