JENELLE Evans revealed that she didn't "lose everything" after her husband "shot and killed" their family dog, despite being FIRED from MTV.
The Teen Mom 2 alum's husband recently threatened to use his haters as "target practice" after they slammed him for the pooch's death.
Jenelle, 29, took to Instagram on Tuesday to answer a slew of fan questions during a Q&A session.
One, in particular, asked: "After losing everything because of your psycho hubby, was it worth it?" to which she replied: "I didn't lose anything, my family has found peace.
"If you knew him, you'd probably like him too," she claimed.
In May of 2019, David made headlines after he shot and killed the family french bulldog, Nugget.
The reality star asserted that he was simply protecting his two-year-old daughter Ensley at the time, as he said the animal had attacked the small child.
However, his decision had serious consequences for the family, as it resulted in the parents temporarily losing custody of their three children and their prime-time TV spot on the iconic MTV show.
Fans have not forgotten the incident in the two years since, and one recently found the perfect opportunity to remind the father of three of his controversial decision.
'HUNTING FOR CHIHUAHUAS?'
Earlier this week, David recorded a video of himself holding a crossbow dressed in camouflage and hiding among the North Carolina forest on a hunting trip.
"Feels good to be in the woods," he told his fans, leading one to reply: "Hunting for chihuahuas?" as they referenced Nugget's death in their back yard in the spring of 2019.
However, the TV personality used the snarky comment as an opportunity to threaten the hater, writing back: "No, just looking for people like you on my land so I can use em for target practice."
Earlier this year, Jenelle opened up about the moment, insisting her husband was "apologetic" after the killing.
While appearing on Candace in May, Jenelle recalled: "So basically, it was me, my daughter and my other two kids and David and we were all sitting in the living room and you know, my daughter and the dog were having like a cute little moment.
"So David started filming from far away and then all of a sudden she went to go give the dog a hug and the dog like bit her on the face, almost in the eye.
"Then, after that happened, you know, the way David was raised, he took the dog outside and took care of it himself," she recalled.
"My kids were inside the house at the time. They did not see anything, did not hear anything. David didn't announce what he was doing or anything."
Candace then asked for more of an explanation on how David was "raised", as Jenelle explained he grew up "very country."
"I was raised in Pennsylvania, and then he was born and raised in the South. So like if a dog was aggressive, they would put it down themselves.
"And David said, you know, if I took the dog to the humane society, they probably would've done the same thing because of the aggression."
Jenelle finished by saying that David has thought a lot about his actions and "apologized so much."
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