The Teen Mom 2 star, 26, wrote about someone without naming him on Twitter on Friday, Aug. 3. But it sure looked like she was slamming Griffith!
Evans and her ex are in a nasty custody battle over their son Kaiser, 4, and Evans tweeted, "If you're so 'concerned' about your son, why haven't you call sic him to see how he's been lately? Oh yeah, you don't care. Silly me, I forgot."
Just minutes later, the reality TV mom wrote, "Oh wait, you've never called him. That would be giving you credit you don't deserve."
Followers assumed Evans was tweeting about Griffith, and some took HIS side!
"Can he really just call and not have to deal with David picking up the phone ready for a fight?" one fan asked online.
After witnessing Evans' infamous road rage incident where she pulled out a gun with her other son, Jace, in her car, Griffith revealed that he was shocked by his ex's actions and worried about the safety of his own son Kaiser.
As RadarOnline.com has exclusively reported, court documents reveal that Griffith is demanding full custody of Kaiser after the gun drama.
"Plaintiff and spouse have drug dependency and substance abuse issues," Griffith, 30, claimed about Evans and Eason in legal papers.
He also alleged that Evans had the drug THC in her system when she gave birth.
But Griffith has had his own issues. He revealed on a Teen Mom 2 episode that domestic assault charges against him in an incident involving ex-girlfriend Jessica Henry had been dropped, which was confirmed by Radar. But Evans' baby daddy continues to have other legal issues amid their custody battle.
However, Griffith is on the warpath against Evans. He was forced to hand his son Kaiser over to Evans last month after he contacted authorities about mysterious bruises and marks on the 4-year-old.
Evans has lashed out at Griffith's mom after the grandmother allegedly refused to return Kaiser to her at one point during the custody battle.
Headline-making Evans is currently in "negotiations" for another season of Teen Mom 2, a Radar source said.
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