"We are fearful," Griffith and Landhardt told RadarOnline.com. "Her erratic behavior is frightening. Who follows someone home and trespasses on someone's property?"
The shocking incident could mean trouble for Evans, 26, in her custody battle over Kaiser with Griffith's mom Doris Davidson. "They're consulting with a lawyer about next steps," a source close to the Griffith family told RadarOnline.com.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, a driver claimed Evans "hit his truck, ran over his mailbox and pulled a gun on him," in a report obtained from Brunswick County Sheriff's Office in North Carolina. "A crazy lady followed him to his house, she is fixing to get shot," the report stated. "She was driving blocking traffic, he tried to pass her on the inside like everyone else and she flipped out."
The other driver claimed she followed him onto his private property, as he yelled "bring it on" to her. He told police he wanted her "stopped and charged."
But Evans, who is also mother to Jace, 8, with ex-boyfriend Andrew Lewis and Ensley, 1, with husband David Eason, failed to mention the gun when she called 911. "He was tailgating me the whole way, I had my son in the car because my son was at therapy," she said in the audio recording obtained by RadarOnline.com. "He's been tailgating me the whole time in traffic. Would not stop. Then he races in front of me and purposely slammed on the brakes at 70 something miles an hour."
She continued, "This guy is trying his hardest for me not to behind him anymore. He is literally going crazy, swerving in and out of lanes. My son, his head almost got whiplash and almost hit the dash. That's how bad I had to slam on the brakes."
In September, Griffith's mother Doris Davidson filed an emergency motion to have full custody of Kaiser, claiming Evans harassed her via text. She also claimed Evans tested positive for marijuana in the hospital when she gave birth to her third child Ensley.
"There has always been concerns," Griffith told RadarOnline.com of the filing. "Even in the public eye, on social media, everyone has concerns for my son, including myself. There are proper measurements we are trying to take just to ensure his safety."
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