Following the shooting of Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans' dog Nugget last week by her husband David Eason, new details have come out from TMZ revealing that Evans' ex-boyfriend was reportedly the one to who called the cops after the incident occurred.
Nathan Griffith allegedly requested that police perform a welfare check since he believed the son he shares with Evans, four-year-old Kaiser, was in the house at the time that Eason reportedly slammed the animal against the back deck before taking it into a wooded area and delivering the fatal shot.
#TeenMom star Jenelle Evans is heartbroken over the death of her dog, which was shot and killed by her husband, David Eason.— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) May 1, 2019
He shared a video for justification of the dog snapping at baby Ensley as she's moving closer to its face for a kiss. pic.twitter.com/HlrxdHZpiv
While Jenelle allegedly left the house after the incident to stay with a friend, Griffith said to someone in the room with him at the time of the phone call that he believed that if Evans returned to the house where Eason was, "somebody [was] going to die." You can listen to the distressed 911 call here.
The events unfolded after Nugget, the couple's dog, allegedly nipped at their two-year-old daughter Ensley and scratched her face after she got too close and spooked the animal.
Jenelle Evans' Ex-Boyfriend Called 911 After David Eason Shot Dog https://t.co/A6WV13ELlZ— TMZ (@TMZ) May 6, 2019
Evans is reported to have moved back in with Eason, and the pursuance of legal action over the events remains unclear at this time.