Catelynn Lowell and her fiancée Tyler Baltierra are two of the most beloved reality stars. But the 23-year-old mom of two is still the victim of cruel insults on Instagram and Twitter. "Most of it is on Tyler's profile, girls saying 'You can do better,'" she tells RadarOnline.com in an exclusive interview. "Girls are nasty and mean and have no class!"
Lowell says her longtime love often receives social media messages from women who say he can do better than the mother of his two daughters.
Baltierra, 23, tells Radar he received scandalous messages from a woman just two days ago. "Some girl…ended up sending nude pictures of herself and said, 'I want you,'" he says. But unlike other MTV reality stars, he didn't take the bait. "I just wrote back, 'I hope whatever issues you have with your own self-respect are taken care of,'" he adds. "It shut her down."
Lowell admits the online trolls once bothered her. "When I was younger, I would get super upset about it," she says.
But now, she hardly bats an eye. "Honestly, I'm so secure in our relationship," the former Couples Therapy star insists. "I know Tyler isn't going to run off and do things or talk back to them. I laugh it off!"
Lowell credits years of therapy with strengthening their relationship. "We're open and honest with one another," she says. "We've worked on that for years. Therapy really helped us a lot."
"Relationships require work and love requires sacrifice," Baltierra admits. "This younger generation, they just expect the relationship to be all fairytales and butterflies."
Luckily, Lowell and Baltierra say they mostly receive positive feedback from fans. "Without our supporters, I don't know where we'd be," he says.
The couple felt the love from fans who read their new memoir, Conquering Chaos, which included Baltierra's shocking revelation that he was sexually abused as a young boy. "Everyone's relatable feedback helps, means a lot to me," he tweeted on March 3.