An ambulance was reportedly initially requested for Evans, though it was later canceled and Evans was brought to the hospital via private vehicle. TMZ obtained the 911 call where she accused her husband of assaulting her. The dispatcher calmly draws more info out of the woman, who says Eason had apparently left the home with a friend, leaving her and four sleeping children in the home.
Following the operator's request for her name again, the star says that Eason pressed her so hard down on the ground that she felt her collarbone break.
Evans shares the home with her husband, David Eason, and their 1-year-old daughter, Ensley.
Interestingly enough, Jenelle deleted her Twitter account after the incident, which is where she normally responds to news stories about her and her family. "All I know is that my collarbone hurts so bad".
According to The Ashley, the chief of 911 operations confirmed "It was called in as an assault".
A representative of Evans initially told People that she tripped and fell outside during a party at the couple's home. Apparently, she chose to take none, as David was not arrested and no police report was filed.
With this history of angry outbursts and potentially violent behavior, it was a red flag when police were called to the Evans-Eason household for an alleged assault.
Evans' rep later released a statement, claiming that the reality TV star had had company over on that Saturday night and had enjoyed a bonfire with them at her house. "He pinned me down on the ground in the yard", Evans told the 911 operator while crying.
David shared several posts of the pair together on his Instagram Thursday, hoping to signal everything is ok. So it seems like the recording is made on Jenelle's end.
David Eason is not letting the alleged domestic violence scandal stop him from posting on social media.
He later turned the comment feature off.
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