Teen Mom fans joke Jenelle Evans' daughter Ensley secretly spilled mom's NET WORTH as she poses next to coin bank

TEEN Mom fans had some harsh claims about Jenelle Evans' finances after she shared a photo of her daughter holding a coin bank.

The reality star posted the sweet snap to her Instagram Stories of her youngest child posing with the handmade change bank.

The proud mom gushed about the four-year-old's creation with her father David Eason, 33, showing off the finished product on her page.

Jenelle's little girl smiled for the shot, holding up the wooden bank, as she beamed with pride of her work.

The former TV star explained the pic in the caption writing: @easondavid88 and Ensley built this coin bank"

The seemingly innocent photo, however, stirred up some harsh comments from Reddit users who used the opportunity to joke about the star's finances.

The post was captioned: "Awww…Ensley showing off Jenelle’s net worth," prompting others to chime in.

A second person bashed the young mom replying: "Oh look, it’s all the Teen Mom money that Ensley has left after Jenelle and UBT spent it all!"

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Other fans criticized Jenelle and her husband David's parenting of their child.

One user asked: "Do they ever do her hair?" It's never styled and rarely looks brushed."

Another said, "Too bad her mother is too busy crying all over social media to actually cut and clean those nails."

"Her nails are filthy," agreed another user. "Those poor kids."

One user joked about the family's money troubles and the behavior issues Jenelle's sons have faced, writing "You just know that Jenelle and/or David robs this on a frequent basis and blames [son] Kaiser."

Several users pointed out the "dirty" wall behind Ensley, while others said her smile in photos "never reached her eyes."

"Every time I see her it makes me so sad because she’s the only one that doesn’t get a break from them," lamented one commenter.


Last month, a devastated Jenelle announced that SewSew You had dropped her fitness and loungewear line after "haters" put pressure on the company.

The 29-year-old then "decided to do my own website under my own name." She attempted to fill out the website with images of her fitness and loungewear.

Unfortunately, SewSew You announced that Jenelle's "line is canceled."

In the next shot, Jenelle was seen wiping away the tears from her eyes before burying her face in her hands.

She captioned the post: "Been crying all morning. 

"Sorry to let everyone’s hopes up but SewSew You has dropped me because of haters."

The TV personality had been preparing for the clothing line's release on November 17 before the company pulled the plug.


Shortly after, Jenelle was slammed by fans for attempting another business venture on the site Patreon.

The platform invites users to access account holders photos and videos for a fee.

The reality star explained: "This is my new safe place to talk if you would like to connect with me from now on," and added a heart emoji.

Her profile bears the description: "Mostly known for being on MTV Teen Mom 2 from 2009-2019 and now keep fans updated via social media. Get to know Jenelle on a more personal level on this site."

Critics flocked to Reddit to slam the mother-of-three, with one writing: "Jenelle’s new safe space. Who would pay $10-$25 for this?"

Another added: "Didn’t she try this before? I feel like she tried something like this before and never kept up with the content and the website just slowly faded away."

"She has proven time and again that the work required to put out content consistently is beyond her," a third agreed.

"Why would anyone pay for yet another endeavor that will crash and burn without even providing two weeks of content?"

The MTV alum has so far uploaded three posts and has seven "patrons."

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