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'Teen Mom 2' Loses Several Advertisers After David Eason Kills Jenelle Evans' Dog

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May. 4 2019, Published 1:37 p.m. ET

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Major advertisers have announced their decision to pull ads from Teen Mom 2 in the wake of David Eason killing his wife Jenelle Evans' dog. Read on for all the details.

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RadarOnline.com reported on April 30 that David, 31, killed Jenelle's dog Nugget. She confirmed the news one day later on her Instagram.

Greenies, a company that makes dog treats, repeatedly tweeted the news that they will no longer be running ads during TM2 on their Twitter Friday, May 3.

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Fellow sponsor Persil ProClean wrote "We are no longer advertising on Teen Mom 2," in response to a fan's inquiry over the situation.

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“We are no longer airing our ads during episodes of Teen Mom," Chipotle tweeted.

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Dove Chocolate echoed the other company's sentiments. "We in no way condone animal cruelty or the mistreatment of animals. We appreciate your feedback and wanted to share that we have stopped advertising on Teen Mom programming."

As did fellow sweets company Twix. "Yes, we have pulled advertising from this program," they tweeted. "Thank you for your feedback."

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Sources claimed on Saturday, May 4, that David is on the hunt for a program or therapist to administer anger management. His temper has allegedly become a strain on his marriage to Jenelle, 27.

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