JENELLE Evans blamed her husband David Eason for her MTV downfall as she claimed he "ruined" her career during their 2019 breakup.

The Teen Mom star recently started a new Youtube Docuseries where she reflected on her time away from her husband.

Jenelle, 29, has started her new series in an effort to clear the air about her tumultuous experience following David shooting their family dog.

The father of three killed their French Bulldog Nugget in April of 2019 after the animal bit his daughter Ensley.

MTV promptly fired Jenelle from Teen Mom 2 due to the shooting, after nearly a decade on the network.

In her new Youtube series, Jenelle shared never-before-seen footage from November of that year, when she felt fed up with her husband and jumped at the opportunity to move to Tennessee.


The reality star packed up her children and moved without first clearing the change with David, and the clips showed her settling in to a hotel in the new state.

In speaking with an agent and her mother Barbara, Jenelle complained that she and her husband had been "up eachother's a** since 2015."

"He ruined it so bad it's like I can't even work now and I want to pursue the goals that I have and it's always holding me back because of his attitude and him not changing," she explained.


Despite feeling constrained by David's actions in 2019, recently Jenelle spoke out to her social media followers about her current status.

On Twitter, she shared: "The opportunities I’ve been coming across are awesome. This is going to be a great year for me."

Jenelle's 1.2 million followers were not convinced by her statement, replying: "You say this every year, yet.. lol."

"She’s always talking about all these opportunities but she never does anything," another slammed.


Since forgiving David and moving back home to reconcile their relationship, Jenelle has also taken to defending her husband in his questionable actions.

Last month the ex reality star claimed there's "no problem" with using the n-word, taking to Facebook to share his opinion.

"What's the problem? They call themselves n***a all day every day.

"Even lifting up the word like it's elegant in their songs. Not that I think it's right but life is a two way street."


"Why do black people get away with calling white people crackers, snow flakes, Nazis, supremacists, etc," he asked rhetorically.

In a second post, he claimed: "Now that I think about it I've been called n***a and n****r at least a couple thousand times in my life.

"Is that racism? My friends didn't care if I said it back to them when I was a kid."


David previously addressed the topic in August when he alleged that white people have been "attacked" and that he believes all "wrongs" to "have been righted".

Jenelle dismissed claims that David's words were harmful, as she insisted there's "no racism" in their family.

In a new TikTok video the young mom assured fans that in her family they "don't judge anyone by the color of their skin".

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