Did Kailyn Lowry admit that she cheated on Javi Marroquin while they were still married?
Throughout this season of Teen Mom 2, the airman has accused Kail of cheating on him — and he even caught her at their home with another man after he returned home from his deployment overseas. During a heated argument on this week’s episode, she blurted out the truth about what really happened.
“I know what I do, I have nothing to cover up — I’m not sleeping with all these dudes! So don’t sit here and try to make me sound like some ho while you were gone,” the 24-year-old yelled after Javi accused her of cheating again. “I’m sorry we weren’t going to work it out, yeah — I slept with someone else, whoopty f--cking doo.”
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The former couple finalized their divorce in December after four years of marriage. Multiple reasons led to their split, like trust issues, cheating scandals, and a heartbreaking miscarriage. But in the months following their divorce, Javi and Kail continued to take jabs at each other via social media and Kail even had to get a protection from abuse against him.
“Kail filed a PFA against Javi for harassment and showing up at her home aggressively. She doesn’t want that around the boys,” a source told Radar Online.
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But recently, she revealed that she hoped that she could find a way to build a friendship with her ex-husband so that they could co-parent their three-year-old son Lincoln, but Javi hit back at Kail on Twitter and said they’re past the point of “friendship” — especially after Kail’s shocking pregnancy announcement where she revealed that she is expecting baby No. 3 with another man.
#tm2live it's not possible. I don't need your "friendship" don't play mother Theresa now— Javi Marroquin (@Javimarroquin9) March 7, 2017
#tm2live it's not possible. I don't need your "friendship" don't play mother Theresa now
“It’s not possible. I don’t need your ‘friendship,’” he wrote. “Don’t play Mother Teresa now.”