Jenelle Evans has Little one Protecting Providers on her tail after she misplaced custody of her 14-year-old son.
As we’ve been reporting, Jace Evans ran away from his mother and step dad David Eason on a number of events — till lastly, he was positioned within the care of grandmother Barbara Evans this fall. Since then, David has been charged with baby abuse, and CPS has been checking in on their household life. The most recent? They’ve assigned some mandates to the Teen Mother 2 alum.
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In accordance with an insider for The US Solar, the 31-year-old mother of three is in MUCH deeper than final time CPS got here knocking at her door:
“She’s being pressured to do all this remedy. And this isn’t just like the final time she had CPS investigating her dwelling, that is greater than that. She will probably be in remedy for months.”
In the meantime, she continues to put up on Instagram and X (Twitter) on a regular basis siding with David. So, so unhappy. Much more unhappy is how they’re making her son really feel! In accordance with an insider for the outlet, the teenager disappeared once more over the weekend after seeing a few of these posts his mother was making. Sigh, and he was stated to have been doing so nicely too! Fortunately, he was discovered two days after his escape, but it surely’s simply heartbreaking such a younger child is having to undergo a lot. It’s additionally unclear the place he’s at present staying…
Even worse, although, his step dad posted to Fb throughout his disappearance, with some followers believing he was alluding to the teenager. The put up learn:
“The place’s Waldo? Why is he already hiding and I haven’t even opened the cereal field but?”
Hopefully the court docket makes the most effective choice for Jace and the remainder of their youngsters… and shortly. Reactions, Perezcious readers?
If in case you have honest trigger to suspect baby abuse, name the Childhelp Nationwide Little one Abuse Hotline at 1-800-4-A-Little one or 1-800-422-4453, or go to www.childhelp.org.
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