Nathan Griffith's Friend Says Kaiser 'Isn't Scared Anymore' After Removal From Jenelle Evans' Home

Ex Teen Mom 2 stars Jenelle Evans and David Eason have been fighting to regain custody of their children, but it appears at least one kid is happier without them.

Jenelle's four-year-old son Kaiser, who she shares with ex Nathan Griffith, has been in the care of his father and grandmother Doris since the 27-year-old reality star lost custody. After David shot and killed Jenelle's dog, all of the children residing in their home were removed and placed with temporary caregivers. A friend of Nathan recently spoke to Hollywood Life on the whole situation, explaining how much better off Kaiser is with his dad.

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Katlyn McCormick told the website, according to The Ashley, "His demeanor as a little boy has changed so much since being with Nathan. Kaiser is so happy and he even told me he isn’t scared anymore." Katlyn was apparently friends with Jenelle first, before becoming closer with Nathan.

Along with his girlfriend Ashley Lanhardt, Katlyn says Nathan is trying to help Kaiser get through the trauma he went through at Jenelle and David's home.

"With everything that happened with Nugget and such, Kaiser knows all of that and at four years old, he’s aware of what happened," Katlyn explained. "He just feels so much love now and attention and everything he’s supposed to have…[Nathan has] really been able to take Kaiser out of his shell and change everything that he went through."

Ashley has been frequently taking to social media to share photos and videos of Kaiser, who in fact does look very happy with the couple. Fans have been quick to post comments of support, with one writing, "He's a totally different child now he's with you two! #teamgriffin." Another added, "This is one of the first time I see Kaiser with a real smile not with a fake one."

We'll see if Jenelle and David end up getting custody of Kaiser back, but we know fans would rather him be elsewhere.