So much for that restraining order! Despite being hit by a court order that prevents him from posting about his ex or daughter online, David Eason continues to run his mouth on social media. This time, though, he’s not slamming his estranged wife, Jenelle Evans. Instead, he’s posting about how much he misses his toddler daughter. On Thursday, November 21, he took to the social media site to share a throwback video of his little girl out on a hunting trip with him.
“‘Deer, Daddy, I see a deer, deer!'” David, 31, captioned the clip in Ensley’s voice. “I miss my baby more than she could ever imagine, and I know she misses me, too!” he wrote. “I would give anything to take her hunting again right now!”
For the time being, however, the father of three won’t get that opportunity. On November 4, Jenelle, 27, filed paperwork asking the court to grant her a temporary restraining order. “Because of his recent threats, his history of violence, his erratic behavior and his large stockpile of weapons, I am scared for my life and my children’s well-being,” she wrote. “I’m afraid that David will harm me or my children, and that he will continue to threaten me using text messages, phone calls or on the internet.” E! News reports that the order, which was granted, prevents the North Carolina native from contacting his ex and the kids or posting about them online.
But David doesn’t seem to be worried about that, even after posting the video of Ensley. In the comments, one fan lamented that the father wasn’t able to see his daughter, but he seemed confident that he would get at least partial custody back soon. “It’s so wrong for a parent to keep a child away from the other parent!” one fan wrote. “It hurts no one but that child! It’s very selfish! Praying you get to see your baby girl soon.” A second fan weighed in, “[Jenelle’s] not keeping her away! The judge is!” That’s when the father of three jumped in to explain, “No, sweetie, the magistrate enables it. The judge will drop it.”
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