Jenelle Evans' Husband David Eason Admits To Drug Use In Shocking Video

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Feb. 4 2019, Updated 6:00 p.m. ET

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Jenelle Evans' husband David Eason is making headlines once again over a video that was posted to her Instagram account. The Teen Mom 2 star shared a clip of her husband admitting that he used drugs with their children in the home.

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In a video Jenelle shared on her Instagram story, David is seen attempting to cut garlic. The clip shows the former MTV star struggling with the task.

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In the video, David is heard saying, "I took a f*****g Adderall, I shouldn't have taken that s**t."

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In Jenelle's video, children were heard in the background, but weren't seen in the video.

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Jenelle then deleted the clip.

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The jaw-dropping video comes amid David's bizarre behavior. In December 2018, he was charged with tampering with vehicle and injury to personal property after he posted a video on YouTube illegally towing a man’s car. In January 2019, a real estate agent filed charges against Eason for threatening her with a firearm because she was close to their land.

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And in October 2018, Jenelle claimed her husband abused her.

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