Jenelle Is in deep water
Although sometimes things in the Teen Mom world are just rumors and drama, sometimes debates get serious. You know that something is really amping up in feuds when the law gets involved.
When Nathan Griffith’s mother, Doris Davidson, accused Jenelle of having smoked weed during Ensley’s pregnancy as well as being neglectful of her children, she didn’t go to a gossip website… She went to court. With the intentions of regaining custody of Kaiser from Jenelle, Doris accused her son’s ex of criminal acts, including demanding that Jenelle go through a court-ordered drug test. This comes as a result of Doris’s accusation that Jenelle used drugs during her pregnancy.
Now, the court documents between Doris and Jenelle have come out in their entirety, and all of their accusations are out in the public eye. If half of what these documents say is true, Jenelle Evans is in some serious trouble.
In the court documents between Jenelle and Nathan Griffith’s mother Doris obtained by Radar Online, Doris makes some serious claims about Jenelle’s parenting. Although there have been rumors about Jenelle before this, seeing them in court documents is a completely different thing.
Doris claims that she has a “warm, close, and loving relationship” with Kaiser, and that “the close relationship has been severely jeopardized with [Jenelle]’s constant threats, belittling, and name calling.” She also claimed that Jenelle has been violating “the extant Order,” and that if the court gave Doris custody it would “serve the ends of justice.”
She also, clearly, does not want Kaiser’s custody to go back to her son, Nathan. She writes that Nathan “continues to have multiple felony charges in South Carolina that are not yet resolved,” and that although he “currently has supervised visitation [of Kaiser], [Doris] is the primary caretaker for [Kaiser]” during the visits.
In the documents, Doris levels one of the most serious accusations: that Jenelle smoked weed while she was pregnant with Ensley. She writes, “Upon the birth of Ensley, the newborn tested positive for marijuana.” She continues, “DSS [Department of Children & Family Services] became involved due to Ensley testing positive for marijuana and opened an investigation. Upon information and belief, both [Jenelle and David] had positive drug screens for marijuana.” She also writes that Jenelle “has a long history of drug use and criminal convictions for drug use.”
Allegations of David’s Abuse
According to Doris, Jenelle and David are also neglectful of Kaiser’s health. She writes that he “has been in a constant state of congestion for the past several months that never seemed to get better every time he visited. On March 2, 2017, [Doris] took [Kaiser] to Grand Strand Pediatrics where they prescribed a nebulizer. March 19, 2017 he was sick again with runny nose and congestion. Upon information and belief, [Jenelle] does not use the nebulizer on the minor child.”
Neglect isn’t the only thing Doris accuses Jenelle and David of in the court documents. She also says that they may be hitting him. She writes, “There have been several occasions where the [Doris] has seen… bruisings and markings on the minor child that are unusual and more than normal scrapes that a toddler may have… [Doris] is cognizant of the fact that young boys are rough and touch and stumble and fall and get scrapes and bruises, however, [Doris] feels that [Kaiser]’s bruises have been in places that have been indicative of more than rowdy behavior.”
She recalls one time that she saw a specific mark, saying, “On March 31, 2017 there was a bruise on [Kaiser]’s chest of a finger print which appeared as though a finger had been pressed firmly into the minor child’s chest as well as along the minor child’s left arm appearing he had been jearked by the arm.”
If this wasn’t shocking enough, Doris claims that one time, Kaiser told her that David had punched him. She writes that when she picked him up at daycare, “the first thing [Kaiser said was] ‘Nana, David punched me.'” She adds that Kaiser “continued repeating the same over and over, and then took his little fist and put it up to his face and repeated it again.”
She confronted David about this, and he said that Kaiser “was trying to get out of car seat and he reached back to stop [Kaiser] and accidentally hit him.” However, Doris claims that Jenelle “has changed the story of how the injury occurred and told two other versions.”
Of course, Barbara appeared in the court documents. Doris writes that “Barbara Evans, [Jenelle]’s mother, and [Kaiser]’s maternal grandmother, has recently expressed that she is also extremely concerned regarding the minor child. Barbara gained primary custody of [Jenelle]’s oldest child, Jace, age 7, on or about May of 2017. Upon information and belief, Jace and the minor child Kaiser were locked out of the house on a very hot day and not allowed back in for a long time.”
She also recalls a time that Jenelle let Jace play in the woods and then lost him, writing that Jace “was lost in the woods for two hours due to improper supervision.”