Nathan Griffith Asks Fans to File Complaints After Jenelle Evans Regains Custody of Kids

Teen Mom fans were in shock last week when it was announced Jenelle Evans and David Eason would be regaining custody of their children. And it looks like the people involved were not expecting the news either.

The controversial couple lost custody of their kids--Maryssa, 11, Kaiser, five, and Ensley, two--after David shot and killed Jenelle's dog. Jenelle was soon fired from Teen Mom 2, and Child Protective Services got involved. After a judge ruled that they were not fit to parent, Maryssa went to live with her grandmother, Kaiser was in the care of his father, Nathan Griffith, and Ensley stayed with Jenelle's mom, Barbara Evans. Jenelle's oldest son, nine-year-old Jace, had already been in permanent custody with Barbara.

Now, Nathan has spoken out on his son having to go back to Jenelle and David, as reported by Us Weekly. The father took to Twitter on Sunday to tell his followers that he's "relying on [his] faith," also adding that people can "put their input" in about the custody decision.

The link Nathan includes above takes you to a page to file a complaint, and he's even provided people with the name of the judge: Pauline Hawkins. Per usual, he concluded his tweet with "#TeamGriffith," a hashtag he and girlfriend Ashley Lanhardt often use when discussing Kaiser.

We're not sure if submitting complaints about Jenelle and David's case will ultimately change the decision the judge made, but it looks like Nathan thinks it's worth trying.