Jenelle Evans Caught Keeping MASSIVE Pill Stash Within Reach of Chidren
We're sure you're well aware that Jenelle Evans won't be winning any mother of the year awards anytime soon.
In fact, the consensus among Teen Mom 2 fans these days seems to be that Evans is an unfit mother who shouldn't be trusted to raise her own children
Jenelle has been appalling viewers with her negligence and her erratic behavior for years now, but even the most virulent critics of the Carolina Hurricane might be shocked by what they see in the newest Teen Mom 2 trailer.
It all starts with a knock at the door.
A TM2 producer informs Jenelle that the sheriff has come a-callin', but Evans seems remarkably unfazed.
We guess when you've had as many visits from the cops as she has, it's about as distressing as getting a package from UPS.
At first, Jenelle seems content to just not answer the door and hope for the best.
Eventually, however, David Eason answers — shirtless, of course, in accordance with the Redneck Negligent Parents' Manual — and smarts off to the cop.
The sheriff informs Eason that he's there for a wellness check on David's kids and stepkids, but Eason tells him to "go to the daycare" if he wants to see kids, and you can tell he thought it was a wickedly clever gag.
So wellness checks are so routine in the Evans-Eason household that they barely warrant a discussion after the fact.
No surprise there, we suppose.
But what shocked many fans was the presence of a large number of prescription pill bottles just sitting out on Jenelle's counter.
Like, that's a lot of pills — and maybe Jenelle and David need them for totally legitimate health issues — we're not here to judge on that score.
But like so many others who have seen this clip, we'd like to suggest that Jenell and David store those drugs someplace where they can't be reached by the many children who reside in their home.
"All those pill bottles are making me nervous with three toddlers running around," wrote one Reddit user.
"I have no problem with prescription pills," another viewer added.
"I take one daily. But you put that sh-t on top of the fridge, not at a kid's hand level."
Check out the clip for yourself, and decide if there's real reason to be concerned about the safety of Jenelle's kids: