Evans, who technically still carries the last name Eason, took to Twitter on Monday afternoon and thanked everyone for the support while giving some insight to her emotional state:
"I just want to tell everyone, I am sooooo happy with life right now. Everything is perfect 🥰 My support system is so big now, it’s crazy."
It's one of the few personal statements Jenelle has made about her life since the split from David, which was announced at the end of October. In a post to Instagram and Twitter, the former "Teen Mom 2" star announced “The kids and I have moved away from David."
Jenelle also revealed she was filing for divorce.
"Today I’ve filed papers to start that process. I appreciate the support from everybody who has asked how I am. Me and the kids are doing great. We need some time to be together. But you’ll hear from us again soon.”
She Got a Restraining Order
Along with leaving David and taking the kids, Jenelle sought out and obtained a restraining order against her estranged husband that barred him from contacting her or their 2-year-old daughter Ensley.
Jenelle made allegations of verbal, emotional and physical abuse throughout their 2-year marriage. One of those incidents was the brutal murder of her french bulldog, Nugget. Jenelle initially accused David of killing the animal after it nipped at their daughter, but then backed off claims during a criminal investigation only to have it revealed that David had in fact killed the dog
Back On MTV?
It was expected that Jenelle Evans was going to return to MTV in early December when she was listed on TV Guide to be featured in a reunion special for "Teen Mom 2." However, that listing turned out to be incorrect, and Jenelle has still not yet made her return to MTV. There are rumors she is in discussions and may return to the "Teen Mom" franchise in an upcoming season.
MTV has not changed their position or issued any updated statements since severing ties with Jenelle Evans.