Teen Mom Jenelle Evans' husband David 'threatens to SMACK daughter Ensley, 4, in the mouth' for saying he killed chick

JENELLE Evans' husband David Eason reportedly threatened to "smack" his daughter Ensley "in the mouth".

A video has surfaced that appears to be from David's TikTok Live on Tuesday, in which he tells off four-year-old Ensley for claiming he "killed a baby chick".

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The clip – which has surfaced on several Teen Mom fan accounts – shows Ensley wondering over to a chicken coop in the family yard.

She says: "Hey, remember you killed a baby chick? Don't kill them again. Then I'll be so mad"

A man who appears to be David says from behind the camera: "What?

"Girl you have lost your mind, what are you talking about?"

Ensley repeats: "Yesterday you killed a baby chick."

The male voice asks, "Why would you say that?" and Ensley persists, "Because you did!"

The man replies in an aggressive tone: "No I did not. I will smack you in the mouth."

David has had a history of aggression with the family's pets in the past.

In May 2019, he shot and killed Jenelle's dog Nugget after the pet allegedly nipped at Ensley's face.

The shooting led to Jenelle's kids being temporarily taken away by the CPS.

Jenelle has three kids – Jace, 11, Kaiser, six, and Ensley – while David has a daughter Maryssa from a previous relationship.

Last September, he was slammed for killing and eating their pet goat Elvis, who they had reared from birth.

The reality star, who previously called the goat "my baby", then posted a graphic image of Elvis' severed head in the trash.

David was fired from Teen Mom 2 in 2018 after launching a "homophobic" Twitter rant where he compared members of the LGBTQ+ community to dogs.

In October 2019, Jenelle announced that she had left David and moved to Nashville with her children.

But in March 2020, she confirmed the two were working on their marriage, and "taking it slowly" after she claimed he "never abused" her.

Last June, David was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon and communicating threats when Jenelle, her friend James Spivey and his partner, Josh, went to their North Carolina home to pick up her belongings after a week of arguing.

David assaulted James "with a deadly weapon, a Springfield handgun" and hit him "in the back of the neck and on his back with the handgun," according to an arrest warrant obtained by The Sun.

James admitted to The Sun that he was worried that David might harm Jenelle or the kids if they reconciled.

Jenelle got back together with David after the assault – charges for which were eventually dropped by James.

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