#TeenMom2 North Carolina’s Child Abuse/Neglect Law Revealed — MTV Turns Blind Eye to Jenelle Evans’ Screaming Child!

Posted on Oct 12 2017 - 3:26pm by BeachSpin

Teen Mom 2 star, Jenelle Evans, has come under fire, after MTV exposed a scene that has fans screaming foul.

Jenelle and her new husband, David Eason, were captured entrenched in a “save the date” photo session, while Jenelle’s three-year-old son, Kaiser, screamed for attention in the background. David was seen roughly grabbing the toddler and dragging him across the yard. Kaiser was filmed screaming “FEED ME,” while Jenelle and David ignored his cries, in order to catch the perfect photo kiss. 

‘Feed Me!’ Jenelle Evans and Husband David Curse, Abuse and Neglect Son Kaiser To Take Engagement Photos (Video)


Jenelle and David
are being raked over the social media coals — but they aren’t the only ones being held accountable for turning a blind eye to the sickening spectacle. Fans have been screaming for MTV to intervene in the horror show — and not only because they should — but because it’s the North Carolina law.

#TeenMom2 Twitter Erupts After MTV Mocks Jenelle Evans’ Abuse of Her Toddler Son!


North Carolina has a mandatory reporting law, when it comes to child abuse or neglect. The North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault outlines the mandatory reporting requirements within the state. The site states that North Carolina citizens have a “legal duty” to report “cases where there is suspected child abuse and/or neglect by a parent, guardian, custodian or caretaker.” Failure to report abuse or neglect makes an individual subject to arrest, and a Class 1 misdemeanor charge. The MTV crew might technically dodge the state citizenship parameters — but the message is clear.

#TeenMom2 Jenelle Evans Threatens to Quit After MTV Exposed Her As Neglectful Mom!


A film crew and at least one producer were on Jenelle’s property during the incident, and production later captioned Kaiser screaming “FEED ME” — revealing that they had full knowledge of the evident neglect. Fans noticed, and have been blasting MTV since the episode aired. Reportedly, the caption has since been removed from repeat airings of the episode.

MTV is feeling the heat—but do you think that they will make a move?

Teen Mom 2 airs Monday nights, on MTV.

 

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  • RealitytvJunkie

    When will someone step in and save the child? They going to wait until he’s dead. I can see David killing them all and burning down the house in a violent standoff with the police.

    • we”r”family

      That is what is most upsetting. The neglect, the emotional abuse, the meanness has been documented. CPS apparently has been to her house several times. Yet the poor kids are still with her.

      • Why is this happening to us?

        The poor kids are still with her and she just keeps popping out more! Smh…

    • ScrappieONE

      Or drowning in their NEW in-ground pool… WAKE UP PEOPLE

  • TrueBlue73

    Now MTV will cave to Jenelle’s demands and will make sure that abuse scenes don’t air to cover everyone’s asses! I think the abuse/neglect should air so that the parties that have the children’s best interest (the grandparents) have more of the puzzle pieces of what goes on in that household to present in court. This is about innocent children and the only ones advocating and trying to give the kids a voice are the grandparents. Give them a little help, MTV!!!

    • Evil Queen

      Hope Nathan’s Mother gets full custody of Kaiser!

  • Ravello

    MTV doesn’t seem to care so it is time to contact their parent company, Viacom. I just sent a note of concern through their web site , the contact us section. Please consider doing the same and pass on the word.

    Beach spin, thanks for continued coverage of this tragic situation.

  • Liz C

    MTV is a cesspool. They are using the ignorance of fame at any cost young women, and using it to attract viewers, making a meme of kid crying with the words “Feed Me” seriously?
    I maybe old and out of touch with the young people of today, but you don’t have to be hip to know abuse and trash when you see it.
    Young girls wanting to become pregnant in the hopes of making it to the show, sickening what we are allowing our world to become.

    • Evil Queen

      Amen! when did Society approve of unwed Mothers?
      20 years ago, one was called a whore, trash, embarrassment to your family, an outcast, if you were a teen mom.
      Now it’s perfectly normal? I am all for progress, but this one, not a fan.

  • Melba59

    All About the Tea- PLEASE look up the actual statute and edit the requirements for mandatory reporting. Misinformation is sometimes given when looking at another website like the Sexual Coalition. I am not a lawyer, but it looks to me like MTV and crew do not have to be NC residents. IMO they should report it whether it is law or not!!!!
    Look up NC 7B 301 a. “any person or institution who has cause to suspect that any juvenile is abused, neglected or dependent…shall report the case…to the director of the department of social services in the county where the juvenile resides or is found.
    b. Any person or institution who knowingly or wantonly fails to report the case…or knowingly or wantonly prevents another person from making a report is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor.

  • Oscar Moto

    MTV and their lawyers more than likely have some lame, ridiculous defense that will unfortunately keep them off the hook, which sickens me. They are just as bad, if not worse. Not only for allowing it, but to also exploit these abused children for the entire world to see, and label it entertainment. Sick.