Police Reportedly Called to Jenelle Evans and David Eason's Home 25 Times in 1 Year

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 08: David Eason and Jenelle Eason attend the Cosmopolitan NYFW fashion show during New York Fashion Week at Tribeca 360 on February 08, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)
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As ex Teen Mom 2 stars Jenelle Evans and David Eason are working towards regaining custody of their children, more and more details about their troubled home life have been coming out. Just last week, a 911 call from Dec. 2018 was leaked, in which the 27-year-old reality star was hiding from her husband as he smashed their front door.

Now, a new report from Radar Online claims that in the last year alone, police were called 25 times to "The Land," a.k.a. Jenelle and David's home. The site reportedly got their information from a 911 log from Columbus County Emergency Services. Some of the calls made were welfare checks, while others were traffic calls, as well as multiple assault calls.

Fans will remember that in Oct. 2018, Jenelle called the police, explaining that her husband had been drinking and assaulted her, even claiming she thought she heard her collarbone crack. The reality star later said the incident was simply a drunk misunderstanding. "We had friends over and we had a bonfire and I tripped over a hole, and me and David were in the middle of arguing about something," she claimed. "I went and fell down, David wouldn’t catch me, he tripped over the hole and we both fell down together."

Jenelle has remained quiet on the recent reports of 911 calls, instead posting a throwback vlog to YouTube featuring David, the kids, and even her late dog Nugget.

[h/t: Us Weekly]