TEEN Mom Jenelle Evans' husband David Eason defended his past behavior to a fan who made a nasty remark on his Instagram post.
The couple were famously fired from Teen Mom 2 after he had killed their family dog, Nugget claiming that the pup nipped at their then two-year-old daughter Ensley's face.
Fans haven't forgotten about the incident as one user brought it up again in a comment on David's post.
Earlier this week, David posted a silly photo to social media where the 33-year-old is lying on the ground surrendering his hands in the air as his Shephard-mix dog has its paw on his chest.
However, one person did not find the pic humorous commenting: "He's adorable. Hopefully he won't snap at your kiddo like your last dog, he'll be out back."
David didn't leave the dig unnoticed replying: "You're damn f***ing right just like anything or anyone else that tries to attack my children. Including YOU," referencing the 2019 incident.
The pair were let go from the popular reality show soon after, claiming in a YouTube video that the Teen Mom's production team was afraid to work with David and would ask not to go into their house.
In response to their claim, an MTV spokesperson stated: "MTV ended its relationship with David Eason over a year ago in February 2018 and has not filmed any new episodes of Teen Mom 2 with him since.
“Additionally, we have stopped filming with Jenelle Eason as of April 6, 2019 and have no plans to cover her story in the upcoming season."
Since the scandal, trolls have continued to harass the stars on social media, each time they are spotted with a new pet.
Last week, Jenelle, 29, showed off her new cat on her Instagram Stories sparking outrage from fans.
The Teen Mom 2 alum zoomed in on the whiskers and white fur on the black cat's body.
The caption stated: "This kitten adores me and same."
Reddit users, however, were not thrilled in the comments section with the former MTV mom holding an animal in her arms.
One person wrote: "Why do they keep collecting animals? I don’t understand their thought process."
Another user said: "Jenelle just collects things to post about. In no time this will be a memory like all those other animals."
A third critic added: "This is what I don’t understand. Why do they insist on getting more and more animals? It takes a lot of care, compassion, and money to take care of animals."
One chimed in: "God I hope they treat this adorable little kitty with love. They have a horrid track record, shouldn’t even be allowed to adopt."
While another commentator pointed out: "I’d hope that she’s at least blacklisted from local shelters after the shooting incident. With that being said I don’t know who the hell would give/sell her a kitten knowing her history of neglect and abuse."
Back in June,David shared an online photo of their daughter Ensley hugging her dog, Rosey, as they stood near a pool.
Alongside the snap, he captioned: “If you can't get in your dog's face and give him kisses you need a new dog.”
After a number of his followers slammed him for how he has treated his pets in the past, David took to the comments section to defend himself.
The ex TV personality wrote: “I don’t have to respect any animals ‘boundaries’ in my own home.
“Neither do my children, thanks for your opinion but you can shove it up yours.”
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