Jenelle Evans: CPS Has Been Called To My House 20 TIMES!

Jenelle Evans was never anyone's idea of the perfect mother, but this week's episode of Teen Mom 2 stunned viewers with the revelation of just how many times Jenelle's parenting has been called into question by law enforcement.

A visit from the local sheriff's department prompted Jenelle to remark that Child Protective Services has been called to her home no less than twenty times!

Fans were floored, and many took to social media to demand that Evans' children be removed from her home pending further investigation.

But if you think Jenelle will be giving up custody without a fight, you don't know the Carolina Hurricane …

1. Another Day at Evans Manor

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In the episode’s most memorable scene, a TM2 producer alerts Jenelle to the fact that a sheriff is knocking at her door. Evans is remarkably unfazed by this news.

2. Taking a Chill Pill?

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Jenelle gets angry about pretty much everything, and yet the visit from law enforcement seemed to have no effect on her whatsoever. Fans have several theories as to why that might be.

3. Drugs or Drama?

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Are all those pill bottles an indicator that Jenelle is taking something for her agitation? Or has she finally become immune to the constant drama in her life?

4. Still Stonewalling

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But just because she’s able to remain calm, that doesn’t mean Jenelle is happy about the situation. In fact, she flat-out refuses to answer the door.

5. David to the Rescue

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Her husband, David Eason, answers instead, tells the sheriff to kick rocks, and remarkably, it works. But that’s when the real drama begins.

6. Angry Dave

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“Let me get a hold of Nathan,” Eason fumed. “I’m gonna bust his motherf–ker‘s head open.”

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Prince Harry CALLED HIS EX Right Before the Royal Wedding!!!

In case you’ve spent the past week on Mars, living in a cave with really crappy wi-fi, allow us to bring you up to speed on recent events on this planet:

Prince Harry married Meghan Markle at Windsor Castle, and … well, that’s just about it for good news, so why don’t we just leave it there?

Yes, the royal wedding had something for everyone, including a few unexpected surprises.

(The sight of a bunch of stuffy Brits attempting to pretend they weren’t freaked out by the fiery sermonizing of Michael Curry was worth waking up for on its own.)

Of course, the one person you don’t want to surprise on the day of a wedding is the bride.

So hopefully everyone agreed to wait until the honeymoon to break it to Meghan that Harry rang up his most recent ex, Chelsy Davy, just a few days before the wedding.

Yes, not only did Harry give Chelsy a call, the conversation got so emotional that she ended up in tears, wondering aloud if she should attend the ceremony at all.

“It was their final call, a parting call in which they both acknowledged Harry was moving on,” a source close to the situation tells Elle.

“Chelsy was quite emotional about it all, she was in tears and almost didn’t go to the wedding. In the end, she went and promised Harry she wouldn’t try and gatecrash the party.”

Yes, it seems Chelsy was invited to the ceremony, but not the “more intimate” reception that followed.

And she probably made the right call by not busting through the door and giving a sloppy-ass toast.

As insulting as it is to be invited to the ceremony but not the reception (“Oh, so I have to bring a gift, but I can’t take advantage of the open bar? Neat!”), crashing a party thrown by the royal family is probably not a good idea.

People have been beheaded for less.

And how did Meghan feel about all this?

She’s pretty much the first royal in history that could accurately be described as “chill,” so she was probably relatively cool about the whole thing.

Still, her position must have been a little uncomfortable, as it’s not like Chelsy was just some fling from Harry’s past.

Harry and Chelsy broke up in 2011 after seven years of on and off dating, but they attempted to rekindle their romance in 2015 – just a few months before Harry met Meghan.

Apparently, it was Chelsy who broke it off (!!!) after deciding she wasn’t cut out for such a public life.

It seems she missed quite a party, as the royal reception included dance competitions and beer pong.

Unfortunately, it was the last fun Meghan will ever be permitted to enjoy.

You dodged a bullet, Chelsy.


Woman Called a “Smelly Fatty” on a Flight … But Then a Hero Intervened

Flying on an airplane is an exercise in misery. This is even more true for people who are even slightly larger than average.

One woman’s worst nightmare became a reality when the man seated beside her referred to her as a “smelly fatty.” She broke down into tears.

She says that this is when a heroic other passenger stepped in.

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In a lengthy post to Facebook, Samantha Phillips shares the story of her humiliation.

“I am only sharing this story of what happened to me today in hopes that the person who stuck up for me will somehow be recognized..”

She gets her wish. Whoops, sorry, that’s a spoiler.

“I’ve been on airplanes for the past three weeks. My flight to Chicago was changed to an earlier flight because of storms, so I didn’t get to pick my seat like a normally do.”

Not ideal at all.

“I always try to sit in a row where I don’t have to sit next to anyone.”

That’s good. Even a window seat is preferable to being stuck in the middle.

“I’m not the biggest person on the airplane, but I’m not the smallest.”

That’s true for most people. Technically, that’s true for all but two people on any given flight. But it seems that she is self-conscious about her weight.

“My worst nightmare is someone being uncomfortable because they have to sit next to me.

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“My seat was assigned at the gate, and when we boarded I was sitting next to an older guy who said he was a comedian.”

That’s how you know that it’s going to be either a great flight or a terrible one.

Samantha got the latter.

“He looked like he was in his 60s and had on bright yellow sunglasses. He stood up so I could get into my seat next to the window.”

This is when the trouble started.

“As soon as I got buckled, he sat back down. The flight attendant started the safety speech and he got his phone out (with huge font and the screen brightness turned all the way up).”

As people age, often eyesight can fail, requiring that they zoom in a little more on their devices. The results can be that it looks like people are using some sort of Fisher Price edition of their phone’s OS.

It also makes their texts almost impossible to not see for those around them.

“His phone was maybe 12 inches from my face and he proceeded to text someone that he was sitting next to ‘a smelly fatty.'”

That is … unspeakable.

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As you can imagine, this woman was mortified and crushed.

“I don’t even know what the rest of his text said. I turned my head away as fast as I could.”

Some have tried to shame her for “snooping.” When words are that size, you can’t help but see them. And she was not the only one who saw.

“I was shocked and it was like confirmation of the negative things I think about myself on a daily basis.”

It’s everyone with a self esteem issue’s worst nightmare — learning that others see them the way that they see themselves.

“Before I knew it, I could feel hot, salty tears coming down my face. I sat and cried silently, hoping this guy didn’t try to make small talk.”

Sometimes, something hits you in the emotions before you can safely dissociate. It catches you off guard and the tears come out.

“Because I didn’t trust how I would react and I didn’t want to get kicked off the plane. I was so hurt.”

Of course. What a horrible, impossible situation.

“The pilot came overhead and said there would be a 30 minute delay before he could take off — great. Just more time I would have to sit next to this creep.”

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“We sat on the runway waiting for the OK to take off for about 10 minutes- I sat there unable to stop silently crying.”

Sometimes, humiliation and emotional pain has a snowball effect and cannot be easily silenced.

“I was scrunching myself up against the wall as far as I could. All of a sudden, someone from behind us taps on the guy’s shoulder and says, ‘Hey- I need to talk to you.'”

That someone from behind them was a guy named Chase Irwin.

“The guy next to me takes out his headphones. Someone behind us says, ‘We are switching seats. Now.'”

Way to take charge, dude.

“‘The guy next to me said, ‘OK- why?’ And I hear someone say (removing curse words), ‘You are texting about her, and I’m not putting up with that.'”

When you’re texting in a big-ass font that people beside you and seated on another row can read, you might as well be speaking out loud.

“A guy comes and sits next to me and is shocked when he sees me crying. He asked if I saw the texts and I nodded yes.”

That was probably difficult to admit.

“He encouraged me not to let that guy get to me and that everything was going to be fine. We talked about Ross and the kids, his two year old son, our jobs, amongst other things. “

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“He said he just happened to see that guy’s text messages he started shaking he was so mad and knew he had to do something.”

Most people would probably just sit there and feel sorry for her, or sit there and wish the rude texter dead, or both. This guy actually did something about it.

“He stopped the flight attendant and told her what he was about to do.”

So this wall all sanctioned by the flight crew.

“I told him thank you for what he did and that it meant the world to me — and that he would be my husband’s new favorite person.”

Ours, too!

“The flight attendant kept trying to give him free drinks and told him that he was her hero.  “

As pictured, Chase even got recognized by his place of employment. It’s what he deserves.