#JusticeForNugget lying for weeks. Worried Teen mother 2 fanatics and animal lovers have campaigned for justice for the 12-pound French bulldog who was allegedly killed by David Eason. In May of 2019, CPS intervened and took the children out of the house after the accusations. On July 3, Evans and Eason obtained custody of their three children after a judge considered the evidence presented by CPS to be "rumors." The decision seemed inexplicable at that time and shocked the Twitter-verse collective. However, it seems that the decision might not have been so extravagant. There is no real evidence that Nugget was brutally murdered, and it is possible that the whole situation was represented as a publicity stunt.
Police believe that Nugget's death could have been a public relations stunt
According to WECT News 6Police searched the property and found no blood evidence to suggest that Nugget or any other animal was shot on the property. After the event, Eason moved to social networks to share a video in which he claimed that the dog had remained in Ensley, 2. In the now-deleted publication, he admitted killing the dog for the transgression.
While everyone went online to cast hatred at the couple, a crucial fact remains for the police, Nugget's body has not been recovered. Without the remains, they have no evidence to suggest that the dog was killed. Evans was asked if the dog was "lost" for advertising purposes. According to Page six, she admitted having invented the story, but Evans denies the accusation. According to MY!, Jenelle also changed her story repeatedly during the investigation.
Evans denies the accusation but says he has no idea where
Evans keeps talking about the whole thing when it would probably be better for her to sit and be quiet. According to Cosmopolitan, the mother of three children alleges that she has no recollection of what she said to the police. At least, he does not remember what he said during the initial investigation. Evans even states that she can not be sure if she said she heard a gunshot.
In addition, the problematic star of reality TV affirmed that he listens to shots in his house "all the time". Apparently a neighbor regularly fires a canon. She did not give details about why someone would be shooting a canon.
Evans went on to say that while she believes that Nugget is no longer with us, it is difficult to say for sure. She has no answer about where the dog is. She also accused the Sheriff's Department of trying to work out her own public relations trick by accusing her of generating the story for publicity.
Once a reward was given for information about the puppy.
Nugget's location, whether alive or dead, remains unknown. A charity had offered a $ 10,000 reward for the information that led to the site of the dog's remains, but as of July 2019, the dog has not yet been recovered.
The charity organization The Animal Hope and Wellness Foundation was looking for information about the remains of the dog so that the police could go ahead with their investigation. Without a body, the sheriff supposedly could not make an arrest for animal cruelty.
Although once the fate of Nugget was assumed, things seem to be a little more murky now. The nugget would not be the first Teenage mother Mascot to die an untimely death or disappear mysteriously. What is known is that the dog does not currently reside with Evans and Eason. If the couple knows where the dog is, they do not say it.