Thu Jul 2, 2020

Teen Mom animal cruelty case closed; Evans reports ‘white powder’

Photographers take pictures of Jenelle Evans and David Eason as they leave the Columbus County Courthouse June 27 following another day of their ongoing custody case. The Department of Social Services removed the couple’s children from their Delco home after Eason allegedly shot and killed the family’s dog in April. Evans and Eason are former stars of the MTV reality show “Teen Mom 2.” Out-of-town photographers have been stationed outside the courthouse for several weeks to document the couple's movements for national media outlets including TMZ. Staff photo by Justin Smith

An animal cruelty case that ended a television career and drew national attention here was fabricated for publicity, according to the sheriff’s office.
In an event that may be connected, the couple at the center of the case called 911 after they received an envelope of suspicious white powder in

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