Former “Teen Mom” star Jenelle Evans’ husband ran into some legal issues over the weekend.
David Eason, 33, was pulled over in Columbus County, North Carolina on Friday, Nov. 12, and was arrested for driving with a revoked driver’s license and possession of an open container, confirming arrest documents obtained by Fox News.
Eason issued a $ 750 bond and has since been released from the Columbus County Detention Center. He is scheduled to appear in court on February 16, 2022.
Eason’s trial date will follow one he has already scheduled a week before for charges stemming from a July 2020 arrest in Pender County, reports The Sun. These charges include driving with a revoked driving license as well as speeding and using an expired registration mark.
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According to the business, Evans once spoke of her husband’s arrest in 2020. When the 29-year-old former TV star communicated with a commentator on social media, it claimed that Eason lost his driver’s license.
“In the state of NC, they will SUSPEND your license until you pay for your tickets. So it was never revoked and only suspended for 2 days,” Evans reportedly wrote.
Evans and Eason were married in 2017. They share daughter Ensley, now 4. Evans also shares sons Jace, 12, with ex Andrew Lewis and a son named Kaiser, 7, with ex Nathan Griffith.
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In November 2019, the former MTV star announced on Instagram that she intended to divorce Eason.
“With the time away from Teen Mom, I’m starting to look at my life differently, and I know I need to make changes,” Evans said at the time. “I’m starting now. The kids and I have moved away from David.”
The reality star said she and her children are “feeling good” despite the breakup.
“We need some time to be together,” she continued. “But you will hear from us again soon.”
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Her message came after Eason admitted the killing Evans’ French bulldog, Nugget, after the dog allegedly snatched at Ensley.
Evans and Eason, however, reconciled last year.
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