AceShowbiz - David Eason apparently hasn't learned his lesson. Just a few days after he was charged for illegally towing another man's truck, the husband of Jenelle Evans could land himself in another trouble for getting into a fight with his neighbor.
The 30-year-old posted on YouTube a video of him confronting a man on an off-road vehicle whom he accused of dumping deer carcasses on his property. The man said he's sorry and promised to pick it up, but David only got angrier when the man claimed he didn't know the property belongs to David.
"No, no, no, tell me one more time, who land you think this is?" David was heard saying in the video. The man responded, "I thought it was the other people's." David told the man, "You are very far off. This is not the first time. Cause you know why? All the other deers you drop here? They're over on my property where my dogs drug it up there."
David added in higher tone, "I really appreciate you scaring all the deer off in the whole area, f***ing up my hunting. This is my motherf***ing property." The man once again apologized, but the former "Teen Mom 2" star said in a threatening manner, "NO! You're gonna be sorry! You ain't sorry yet. You aren't sorry yet brutha."
The video comes just a few days after David was officially charged with tampering with a vehicle and causing injury to personal property for towing a stranger's truck with his own truck because he claimed that the other vehicle was blocking his boat. The incident happened on June 13, but Wilmington Police Department only became aware of it after David posted a video of his action on December 19.
Jenelle, who was filming the clip, was heard laughing and saying in the background, "If you're going to park this close and there's no money in the meter... Pull that motherf**ker out of the way." David also wrote in the caption, "Learn the right way to deal will a**holes who think it's cool to block you in a parking space. Good thing my trailer has a folded tongue that allowed me to get my truck out so I can tow him out of the way, in order to move my boat."