Fans of the Teen Mom franchise all know by now how much of a controversial figure David Eason is, and new alleged details about his most recent arrest only prove that further.
Jenelle Evans' husband has made headlines various times in the past couple of years for his offensive behavior—to put it lightly—and was even fired from the MTV series back in 2018 after he tweeted out homophobic messages. As for his violent side, David admitted to shooting and killing Jenelle's French bulldog last year, a move which led to the mom-of-three also being dropped by the network. On top of that, alleged 911 calls have leaked in the past, in which you can hear Jenelle accusing David of abuse. She has since denied any violent behavior from him towards herself or her kids.
So it comes as no real surprise to hear the news that David was arrested last weekend twice in the span of 48 hours. And now, alleged details about one of those arrests have come out, with The Ashley reporting that the North Carolina native threatened to kill one of Jenelle's friends. Yikes.
Apparently, the warrant for David's arrest (per The Sun) alleges that he pistol-whipped one of Jenelle's friends, as we previously reported, as well as threatened his life. The warrant claims that David "unlawfully and willfully did threaten to physically injure the person," and he told the man, "I will blow your f**king brains out." It adds, "The threat was made in a manner and under circumstances which would cause a reasonable person to believe that the threat was likely to be carried out and the person threatened believed that the threat would be carried out."
The Ashley also reports that TMZ was the first to identify Jenelle's friend, whose name is James Spivey, and that James' partner, Josh Galloway, also confirmed it. He took to Twitter to assure everyone that James is "safe," "just sore from the pistol whip incident." He also added that they would be taking David to court.
As for Jenelle and David's relationship, no one is to say if this means they're actually calling it quits for good. The former MTV star released a statement to Facebook after the arrests, saying, "I'm going to take a few days out to myself to gather my thoughts and focus on what's going on so I won't be on social media much." She also told CeleberNation that, "I'm shaking and saddened by this, it's time for me to move on from this relationship and find happiness for my kids and myself elsewhere." However, followers of the controversial couple know that a breakup between them never last forever.
Back in Oct. 2019, Jenelle announced she was leaving David, months after he killed her dog and she was removed from Teen Mom 2. Soon after, though, the two were spotted out together, and sure enough, Jenelle confirmed they had reconciled by March of this year.
As damning as David's actions are this time around, Teen Mom fans are sadly used to this behavior, and seemingly so is Jenelle.