Jenelle Evans Faces Financial Trouble

Getting dropped from her clothes line is not the one factor “Teen Mom 2” alum Jenelle Evans has to fret about. The North Carolina native owes almost $50,000 in again taxes, in accordance with an unique report by The Sun.

In June 2020, Evans, 29, and her husband, 33-year-old David Eason, got a state tax lien of $46,406.70 for the 2017 12 months, the outlet reported. As of November 2021, a courthouse clerk confirmed to the outlet the lien was nonetheless energetic as a result of the debt had not been paid off.

Evans has not launched a public assertion about her taxes.

Since leaving MTV, Evans has gone on to turn into an influencer on TikTok, the place she has greater than 2.2 million followers. She typically promotes gadgets on social media, together with menstrual underwear.

Evans additionally has her personal YouTube channel and tried her hand at podcasting with, The Jenelle Evans Podcast. However, she hasn’t launched new episodes since August 5, 2021.

How Much Money Does Jenelle Evans Have?

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Evans has a web value of $30,000.

Evans made her debut on actuality TV when she was a participant on MTV’s “16 & Pregnant” in 2010. At the time, she was anticipating her oldest son, 12-year-old Jace. The following 12 months, she was promoted to “Teen Mom 2,” the place she rapidly garnered the fame of being the show’s social gathering woman. Before Jace was 12 months old, she signed over parental rights to her mom, Barbara Evans.

It’s unknown how a lot cash Evans made whereas she was on “Teen Mom 2,” however The Sun reported in November 2020 that former co-stars like Chelsea Houska, Leah Messer and Kailyn Lowry made as much as $500,000 per season. Stars who had simply joined the show, like Briana DeJesus, reportedly made $100,000 per season, and Jade Cline, who changed Evans, supposedly earned $5,000 per episode.

Evans misplaced her income stream with MTV when she was fired from the collection in 2019 after Eason shot and killed their canine, a French bulldog named Nugget. Eason claimed the canine nipped at their daughter, Ensley. Eason was dismissed from “Teen Mom 2” the 12 months earlier than after he penned controversial tweets.

Evans Blamed ‘Haters’ for Her Failed Clothing Line

Evans had deliberate to launch a clothes line, referred to as “Stay Cozy,” that was geared towards moms. Days earlier than Stay Cozy was set to drop, the “Teen Mom 2” alum introduced the deal was “canceled” as a result of trolls contacted SewSewYou, the corporate manufacturing the activewear.

Evans shared two movies of her crying concerning the now-defunct activewear.

“Been crying all morning. Sorry to let everybody’s hopes up however @sewsewyou has dropped me due to haters,”she confirmed on Instagram and TikTok on November 12, 2021. “There will not be a clothes line anymore 😞💔 #HeartBroken.”

Evans revealed the failed deal was affecting her psychological well being. She confessed to all the time eager to really feel accepted by different individuals and claimed her “fame” was ruined when she began to look on actuality TV as a young person.

“Always needed to be accepted by others. Always being good to everybody I meet and hoped to get it in return. Reputation ruined on the age of 17,” the North Carolina nativewrote. “Feels like I’ll by no means get to redeem myself and the optimistic life I’ve created for my household.”

“The media/TV can actually destroy an individual’s psychological well being. Always anxious ‘in the event that they like me,'”she added. “But ultimately, the one factor that issues is that if my household is joyful. But being accepted for the individual I really am can be good.”

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