Teen Mom Jenelle Evans & husband David Eason STILL owe $46K in taxes two years after she was fired from show

TEEN Mom Jenelle Evans and her husband, David Eason, still owe over $46,000 in taxes two years after she was fired from the MTV show.

The Sun previously reported Jenelle, 29, and David, 33, were slapped with a state tax lien in the amount of $46,406.70 for the 2017 year on June 1, 2020.

Now, The Sun can exclusively reveal the lien remains active, as a clerk for the courthouse confirmed the amount has not been paid off. 

The tax debt comes after the mother of three was fired from Teen Mom 2 in May 2019 when her husband admitted to shooting and killing the family’s French bulldog for nipping at their daughter, Ensley, 4. 

David was fired from the series a year prior for homophobic social media comments.


Since the show firing, Jenelle has turned to social media for income. 

The mother of Jace, 12, Kaiser, 7 and Ensley promotes various products on her Instagram Stories. 

She also promotes products on her TikTok page, where she often posts dancing videos. 

The former reality star has a YouTube channel and hosts The Jenelle Evans Podcast.  

Jenelle is also entering the fashion field, as she announced her activewear line last week that is set to launch on November 17. 

She captioned a photo wearing a long-sleeve crop top and high-waisted gray camouflage pants: “My big secret I’ve been working on that I can finally announce! Soon I will be launching [a] new activewear/loungewear clothing line! 

“Each piece has [been] specifically designed with moms in mind: high waisted, great quality fabric, and printed on demand. My collection #StayCozy will be available Nov. 17th! #SaveTheDate."

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But Jenelle isn’t the only Teen Mom in tax debt. 

Teen Mom OG stars Catelynn, 29, and Tyler, 29, were slapped with a federal tax lien for $535,010.97 on November 19, 2019 for the 2016 and 2017 years.

The couple received another federal tax lien in the amount of $321,789.06 on December 16, 2019 for the 2018 year.

According to a Michigan court, the liens remain unpaid. 

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