Jenelle Evans is very supportive of her husband's new metalwork business, but unfortunately he may be feeling the heat for lifting the company name of another blacksmith.
David Eason, who may or may not have killed his wife's dog, just announced his plans to launch an Etsy page for custom blacksmithing and metalwork, while showing off his first knife.
"My first knife came out pretty good I think," Eason wrote, adding that his first piece was made with hand tools; including a file, forge, hammer and sharpener.
Along with photos of the creation process, Eason included a logo touting the name "Black River," and also featuring an anvil.
"I will have this and many more for sale on my Etsy page soon. I will also have a video on my YouTube next week doing some final touches and making a sheath. Go follow that page (David Eason) on YouTube if you want to see the final product and have a chance to purchase!" he explained.
Jenelle couldn't hold back praise for her husband, writing that, "This is his #FirstTime trying to make a knife out of a railroad spike. More things to come, so many possibilities!"
However, the former "Teen Mom" stars may not know of another outfit with the same name ... and they're not too happy.
Black River Forge is a custom metalwork shop out of Texas, and has been flooded with messages on their FB page by fans warning them of Eason.
"Just to let you know. A guy named David Eason is using your name. Google him. It is not good for business," one message read.
Another person wrote, "I came here to say the same thing. He's a scary guy and i wouldn't allow him to associate your brand with his name. He has a reputation I'm sure most have heard about."
BRF heard the messages loud and clear, and are now investigating the situation.
"Thank you for bringing to our attention that someone is using the same business name. We are not familiar with David & will look into this matter," the company said in a statement.