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Teen Mom Jenelle Evans shows off ‘oiled up’ cleavage in yellow bikini after nasty fight with husband David

TEEN Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans was showing what her on-off husband David Eason what he's missing, as she posed up a storm in a revealing bikini.

The reality star - who was fired form the show after Eason shot and killed their family pet dog - flaunted her assets in a plunging yellow bikini, on Instagram, as she sunbathed after they had a "nasty fight" on Monday.

She captioned the image, "oiled up," as she risked skin cancer.

The MTV star added sunglasses and wore her hair in a ponytail.

The pair had a scrap as he claimed she “deserted” him for her “drug addict” friend.

Jenelle, 28, and David, 31, fought over Facebook on Monday only months after the two reconciled earlier this year.

The fired MTV star wrote: “God forbid I hangout with my friends.”

David responded in a now-deleted comment: “God forbid I get a baby sitter and try to have a day with my wife before she flips out and deserted me for her drug addict, w***e friend.”

Jenelle also posted on Facebook: “At least my friend can pay for her own bills… uhm… when’s the last time you paid for ANYTHING? History repeats itself lol.”

Jenelle and David are likely referring to Jenelle’s longtime friend Tori Rhyne, as she later tagged Jenelle in a Facebook post that read: “3rd wheeling with toxic couples be lit asf.”

David then wrote on Facebook: “My biggest flaw, I might talk s**t but never get even… I can’t scoop [sic] to your level.”

Jenelle posted videos of her tanning at the river yesterday without her husband.

The couple got into a fight over social media back in April.

Jenelle hinted she split from David when she posted a series of cryptic messages on her Facebook.

She posted: “Can’t trust a soul… EVER. When will it stop?”

The JE Cosmetics owner said she was “feeling annoyed” and shared: “My phone is smashed so if anyone needs to get a hold of me, message me on here.”

She captioned a video of their daughter, Ensley, 3, and Jace, 10, her son from a previous relationship: “My kids are the only ones that make me happy.”

But in May, Jenelle praised her husband and their relationship.

She captioned a photo of the couple: “I don’t care what they say, I love you no matter what. Here’s to new beginnings. #MarriedLife #HappyWifeHappyLife.”

In October 2019, Jenelle posted on Instagram that she had separated from her husband of two years.

She moved to Nashville, Tennessee with Ensley, and her son Kaiser, 5, from a previous relationship.

The fired Teen Mom 2 star also filed a restraining order request against David, where she claimed he was “violent” and abusive.”

She wrote in the order that she was “scared” for her life and for the “well-being” of her children.

But in January, she dropped the restraining order request and they were spotted together in Nashville.

Though she claimed the two were just co-parenting, she moved back into their North Carolina home only months later.

The separation came after David admitted to shooting and killing the family dog in April 2019 for nipping at Ensley.

In May 2019, Children Protective Services removed Kaiser, Ensley and his daughter Maryssa from a previous relationship from their care.

The three children were returned to them that July.

The shooting also resulted in Jenelle's firing from Teen Mom 2.

Teen Mom Jenelle Evans enjoys family beach day

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