The former Teen Mom 2 star took to social media on Tuesday to share a strongly worded message addressing rumors that CPS had also taken her 2-year-old daughter, Ensley.
Evans implies that the rumors were started by a Facebook post shared by her sister, Ashleigh Evans Wilson, which she claims the media jumped on without considering the veracity of the source.
"How would anyone ever believe any of my siblings and then report some BS?!" the reality star wrote. "We all know damn well I don’t talk to my sister, have her blocked, and she’s the one to be looking at … not me."
It's unclear what Evans is accusing her estranged sister of when she says, "She's the one to be looking at," but the reality star then doubled down on her claims of victimhood, adding, "So sick of the drama. Everyone wants a piece of my life… like why tho?"
According to the source, who has direct knowledge of the situation, Evans’ 9-year-old son, Jace -- whom she shares with her ex, Andrew Lewis -- is currently in the custody of Evans' mom, Barbara.
The source also claims Evans’ 4-year-old son, Kaiser, is currently in the custody of his father, Nathan Griffith, and Griffith's mother, Doris. The source says Kaiser was picked up by CPS at his school on Friday.
The source tells ET that Evans and Eason’s daughter, Ensley, is still in their custody and is staying with them.
Evans, through her rep, tells ET, "During this difficult time, I’m focused on getting Kaiser back and cooperating with my legal team on the next steps to getting my children back."
This new legal development comes days after the 27-year-old reality star was fired from Teen Mom 2, following massive public outrage regarding reports that her husband shot and killed their French bulldog, Nugget.
Soon after reports of the shooting surfaced, Eason seemingly confirmed his role in the shooting, making the claim that the dog bit or attempted to bite their young daughter.
Eason himself had previously been a part of Teen Mom 2 before MTV cut ties with him in 2018. Eason faced backlash after posting a number of homophobic and transphobic tweets when Twitter users pushed back against his endorsement of teachers carrying concealed weapons in schools.