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Victory For Kailyn! Lowry Wins Court Battle With Baby Daddy Chris Lopez

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Jan. 4 2019, Updated 10:22 a.m. ET

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Kailyn Lowry has won her court battle against baby daddy Chris Lopez. RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal a Delaware judge has granted the Teen Mom 2 star's petition to change her youngest son’s last name from Lopez to Lowry.

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A clerk from Kent County Court of Common Pleas confirmed to Radar that Lowry’s name change petition was granted on April 11 after filing the request on November 13, 2017.

As Radar has previously reported, Lowry has had a rocky relationship with her third baby daddy since the August 2017 birth of their only son together. She is also mother to son Isaac, 7, with ex-boyfriend Jo Rivera and Lincoln, 4, with ex-husband Javi Marroquin.

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In March, Lowry, 25, slammed her ex for posting a photo of their son on social media. “Don’t be an Instagram parent,” she wrote, as he fired back, “But a person who literally made a living off of putting their kids on TV and social media, but hey who am I to talk.”

Lowry told Radar in December that Lopez has supervised visits with their son. “The visits are not on a schedule,” she previously said. “It wasn’t at a visitation center. It was wherever they decided to go as long as the supervisor was there.”

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Lopez was involved in their son’s life when he was born in August. But when it came time for him to acknowledge paternity and sign forms at the hospital in October, he refused. “My guess is he won’t acknowledge paternity so she can’t file for child support,” a source told Radar.

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