AceShowbiz - Jenelle Evans has to be separated from her and David Eason's daughter. It appears that the former "Teen Mom 2" star has once again failed to convince a judge that her kids are safe with her despite her husband's recent dog-killing scandal.
The couple went to court on Friday, May 17 in attempt to keep her children in her care after they were taken away from their California home by Children Protective Service. However, The Ashley's Reality Roundup reveals the latest custody hearing doesn't work out in their favor.
The new report suggests that a judge orders their youngest child to be placed in care of Jenelle's mom Barbara Evans. It is said that the change is an order signed by a judge on May 13. It also rules for the removal of David's daughter Maryssa from their marital home.
Prior to being under care of Barbara, Ensley was reportedly staying with Maryssa's maternal grandmother. "It made sense to the judge why Maryssa was with [her mother] Whitney's mom, but it did not make sense that Ensley was there too, as Ensley is not related to Maryssa's grandma in any way, so the judge ordered Ensley be moved to a family member's care," a source said to the news outlet.
Now that Ensley and Maryssa had left "The Land", it means Jenelle and David are the only ones living there at the moment. Their other kids had been moved out way before this, meaning that there are "no more kids currently in the care of Jenelle and David."
Jenelle's son 4-year-old Kaiser was removed from "The Land" on May 10, and is currently living with his dad Nathan Griffith and Nathan's mother Doris. As for Jenelle's and ex Andrew Lewis son Jace, the 9-year-old is in the care of Barbara.
TMZ previously claimed that at the time of Kaiser's alleged removal from home, Ensley remained there because authorities thought it was "treacherous to enter the property” because of "David's temper and his firearms." David also brought a gun when he and Jenelle attended the hearing last week.
A rep for Jenelle confirmed the report, telling Us Weekly, "In the state of North Carolina, if you aren't a felon you can have a gun with no permit. The gun has to be in 'plain sight' if you do not have a concealed carry permit. This is so when the cops pull you over or you're out in public you cannot even have your shirt over the holster or you will be charged with a felony."