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Teen Mom Jenelle Evans’ video BANNED from TikTok after she ‘got bleach on her sons’ faces while dying their hair purple’

JENELLE Evan’s video showing her dyeing her sons Jace and Kaiser’s hair purple was banned from TikTok.

The Teen Mom 2 alum, 29, admitted that the social media platform took the clip down for child safety reasons.

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Jenelle Evans’ video was banned from TikTok[/caption]

She dyed her six-year-old son Kaiser’s hair purple

The video shows Jenelle rubbing purple dye into the hair of Jace, 11, and Kaiser, six, as her daughter Ensley, four, looks on.

She wrote on Instagram: “Yeahhhh… @tiktok took this down for “Minor Safety” so reposting on here. 

“@jace_vahn and Kaiser wanted matching purple hair, so I said ‘of course!!’”

Critics slammed the Teen Mom star for getting the dye all over her children’s hairline, ears and neck.


Jenelle also gave 11-year-old Jace’s hair the same treatment[/caption]

Critics called her out for getting the dye on Jace’s skin

They noted that it was all over his ears and neck[/caption]

“Next time use the Vaseline to outline his hairline and his ears so that they don’t get stained as easily,” one wrote.

Another added, “‘I hope I don’t get this on my shirt’ *slathers it on child’s skin*”

A third wanted to know: “But why didn’t you wipe it off their skin?”

Last week, the ex-MTV star ran into trouble with TikTok again as Jace and Kaiser’s accounts were reported.


Fans urged her to use Vaseline around the hairline next time[/caption]

Instagram/Janelle Evans

Jenelle has three children, Jace, Kaiser, and Ensley[/caption]

She shared a screenshot of Jace’s disabled TikTok profile.

A banner at the top read: “This account was banned due to multiple Community Guidelines violations.” 

Jenelle – who was recently accused of looking “high” in a TikTok clip – insisted: “Jace controls his own account, I don’t control it.

TikTok @jenellelevans

Last week, Jace’s TikTok account was disabled[/caption]

Instagram/Jenelle Evans

It was taken down due to ‘multiple guideline violations’[/caption]

“And I looked up the TikTok guidelines and you can be any age with parental consent to have a TikTok.”

The TV star said she has emailed TikTok to find out exactly why Jace and Kaiser’s accounts have been disabled.

This news came after the star had shared a video of herself and Jace dancing around on TikTok.


Jenelle and her husband, David Eason, have been married since 2017[/caption]

Jenelle’s court battle with her mom Barbara over custody of Jace was recently sealed.

The ruling means all filings and upcoming court hearings are not public record and could only be accessed by parties involved in the case. 

She had the custody battle sealed after her mom Barbara revealed her son Jace’s “out of control” behavior in court.

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