2020 is not off to encouraging start for David Eason.
The former reality star and estranged husband of Teen Mom 2 firebrand Jenelle Evans had until the end of the day today to show his face in a North Carolina courtroom, or a warrant will be issued for his arrest.
Eason has been spending a lot of time in court lately, but this time, the scheduled hearing had nothing to do with his divorce from or alleged campaign of terror against Evans.
Instead, David wss supposed to appear in front of a judge in connection to a 2018 incident in which he towed a stranger’s car and posted video of the incident on YouTube.
It was the sort of idiocy we’ve come to expect from Eason, and now, it looks though the knuckle-dragger might finally have to suffer some genuine consequences for his actions.
Take a look:
1. Ready to Get HA-rrested!
David Eason might be headed for county lock-up. The disgraced former reality star and estranged husband of Jenelle Evans skipped a court date today, and officials say a warrant will soon be issued for his arrest.
2. On the Run
According to the New Hanover Criminal Court Clerk, Eason was scheduled to appear this morning, and did not do so, at which point the judge in his case has declared that an arrest warrant will be issued if he doesn’t appear by the end of the day.
3. This Friggen Moron
The charges stem from an incident in which David towed a stranger’s truck without that person knowledge or permission. (These things happen in the life of David Eason with surprising regularity.) Like the genius that he is, Eason recorded the illegal act and posted the video on YouTube.
4. But Why?
Good question. David’s official explanation is that he was blocked in by the other vehicle, even though it was parked in a legal spot. Like we said, it’s David Eason. Viewing things that go on in his life through the lens of a regular person is likely a fruitless exercise.
5. Nice Try
The real reason, it seems, is that David had already been out of work for over a year, and he was hoping to turn his YouTube channel into a source of revenue with stunt videos like this one. Internet, man. This is the future. You know, dot com? Check out my vlog, dude.
6. Irony Delivers
Obviously, that never happened, and in an ironic twist, the attempt at recording his behavior and posting it on the world wide YouTube might wind up costing Eason a considerable amount of cash.