"CPS (Child Protective Services) were like -- I was in the hospital -- they said, 'Did you smoke when you were pregnant?' I said, 'I did within the past 30 days,'" Evans explained. "I said, 'I have really bad esophageal spasms, and I throw up every 5 minutes. I can't even eat.' And they said, 'OK, some moms do that. We are not here to judge. We are writing down your information.'"
"After I had Ensley, they said CPS will just come by to do a [wellness] check since you tested positive," she continued. "They came and did a [wellness] checkup, and everything is fine. They closed the case."
But this was not the "Teen Mom 2" star's only encounter with CPS.
"CPS has been [to my home] like 30 times," Evans admitted. "Not just for that, but for haters online saying that I abuse my kids. So they came and checked up on that."
Evans added that she does not abuse her children and revealed four more explosive nuggets of information (below).
"She makes jabs at me when I walk past her indirectly," Evans said. "She goes on her podcast, she tweets about me, and then when I respond, of course I'm the bad one, but you know, Kail's the angel. I just think it's really wrong of someone to be constantly bullying someone. You have a podcast, you have your life going, you have businesses and stuff to run, so why am I always your topic?"
But Evans didn't pass up the opportunity to veer slightly off the high road, saying Lowry "had a baby out of spite, for ratings or something."
Evans said she's shut out her mother, Barbara Evans, in an effort to "break the cycle" of arguing and yelling.
"No matter how much it hurts for her that I don't spend time with her or don't tell her how I'm doing or whatever, that's all she wants to know," Evans said. "She gets so angry. She can only get so angry, and she can't talk to me about it, so she goes and tells my director about it. She calls everyone."
According to Evans, her mom even tried to turn her 8-year-old son, Jace, against her.
"My mom will literally pull out her Instagram on her phone and has been showing Jace lately, 'Oh look what Mommy did. Look what Mommy did without you,'" Evans said. "And then my son literally texted me the other day, 'Why are you doing these things without me?'"
"Teen Mom" star Farrah Abraham's mother invited Evans' ex-husband, Courtland Rogers, to her wedding. Evans said she tried to warn Abraham about inviting Rogers, which she claims was filmed for the MTV reality show. The scene, however, never aired.
"'He'll go into your house, he'll steal all the jewelry and all the expensive stuff you have to go pawn it, then he'll go buy drugs,'" Evans claims she said to Abraham over the phone. "'If you date him, he'll beat you. He'll do whatever.'"
"I just told her everything about him and I said, 'I don't think it's safe for Sophia to be around someone like that,'" Evans said. "It was really concerning to me."
Russo asked Evans about an episode in which her current boyfriend, David Eason, refused to allow taping. The look on Evans' face, according to Russo, was that "everything wasn't fine." Evans came to Eason's defense.
"He gets so nervous when a camera's on him, he gets in defense mode," Evans said. "So then automatically you think, 'Whoa, he's cussing [her] out. He's an angry person.' Really, he's scared. He's a country boy. It was like a culture shock for him."
On Monday, Eason came under fire on Twitter for saying, "Lmao why don't you go tell the homo and transgender parents to start teaching their kids better morals? Oh I forgot that's supposed to be normal."
MTV viewers immediately called for Eason's removal from "Teen Mom 2," but Evans told TMZ, "David didn't understand how offensive people would get or how Twitter even works. Now that he realizes his voice is very strong within media/tabloids, he has deactivated his account. He agrees he will keep his comments to himself from now on. David doesn't hate people from the LGBT community. My old manager was gay and used to be one of me and David's close friends. We attended Farrah's birthday in Miami with a lot of LGBT people there, and he didn't act in any type of way. We went had a good time and left."
"We are sorry for the comments that were made," she added.