Hurricane Horror: See Florence Wreak Havoc On Jenelle Evans & David Eason’s Land!

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Jenelle Evans and David Eason refused to evacuate their North Carolina home before Hurricane Florence hit. Now, the Teen Mom 2 star’s husband is updating fans with a scary video!

Eason posted a live video of Hurricane Florence on Instagram. In the video, strong winds and rain could be seen.

Evans, 26, also posted an update on Twitter.

“Still have power, not flooded out,” she tweeted.

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Earlier this week, Evans and Eason posted photos of the family boarding up their windows.

RadarOnline.com exclusively reported that Evans’ baby daddy Nathan Griffith and his girlfriend Ashley Lanhardt are “concerned” for Kaiser, 4.

“They think everyone should evacuate just to be safe,” a source told Radar. “They’d rather her be safe than sorry. They are calling for power outages for weeks at a time. It’s better to be somewhere with power.”

Evans has been vocal about the issues she’s experienced with her home in recent months, including flooding. She even claimed her home is “sinking.”

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“Why would you want to stay if there’s problems with the house?” the insider said.

Evans’ son Jace, 9, who her mother Barbara Evans has custody of, is also going to be in Evans’ care during the hurricane.

“Barbara is evacuating,” a second source told Radar. “She’s driving six hours north to escape the hurricane because she’s right in the path.”

According to the insider, Barbara said her daughter and grandson “will be fine.”

Evans was also hit with backlash by fans for not evacuating.

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She defended over Twitter, “I do not live in the evacuation zone or a flood area. Please pray for my family, land and other families!”

According to ABC11, Evans’ county is not on the mandatory evacuation list.

Other areas in North Carolina have been greatly affected, as water has reached 10 feet in some towns. According to reports, 490,000 homes and businesses are without power.

The storm has been downgraded to a category 1.

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