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Bristol Palin’s Ex Dakota Meyer Moves Her Belongings Out: ‘I Don’t Want To Fight!’

Bristol Palin and Dakota Meyer’s divorce battle is far from over! After ending their marriage on last week’s Teen Mom OG episode, Palin expressed her concern over returning to their Texas home in sneak peek clips.

“I’m kind of nervous to go back to Austin,” Palin told her sister. “I’m anxious about it. I have major anxiety. Are we staying in the house together or… I just want to rip the Band-Aid off and get it over with. I don’t want to fight. I don’t want to have any sort of drama at all.”

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But Palin, 27, spoke too soon, as when she returned home she saw that her estranged husband moved all of her belongings out of their bedroom.

“Did daddy move all of mommy’s stuff in here?” she asked her two children Sailor, 2, and Atlee, 1, in another clip.

The couple took their on-camera fighting to social media earlier this week. During the episode, Palin asked for a divorce. But she clarified on Instagram story that he was the one who filed.

“Dakota moved out of our home more times than I would ever like to admit,” she wrote. “He got an attorney. He filed for divorce. Wait did you read that? He filed for divorce. And he kept coming and going based on what he thought was best.”

The couple ended their marriage because of his ongoing struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder.

Then when a TMOG video surfaced of Palin saying that she “went through the whole pregnancy” alone because they broke up, he flipped out.

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“Yes, we got pregnant right after our engagement,” he wrote on Instagram. “We planned a wedding with our families and friends and Bristol decided to leave me a week prior. I spoke with her family every month and made it clear I would be the father of my child. I reached out to her before Sailor was born and asked what the plan was to co-parent. She told me to go through the courts to establish paternity.”

He added that he “wasn’t invited to the birth” of their daughter Sailor.

“I found out my child was born on Twitter,” he continued. “Can you imagine being a dad and not being allowed to be at your child’s birth? She denied my paternity until it could be proven, at which point Sailor was born. For Bristol to state that Sailor didn’t have a dad is laughable – what really happened is Bristol kept our daughter from having a father present at birth and until the courts ruled that I was her father.”

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Palin exclusively told of the fight, “I turn my other cheek on a lot of things, and I will continue to do so because my children deserve parents who respect each other. But for Dakota Meyer to say that he found out about the birth of our daughter from Twitter, is absolutely not true. I will not stand by and allow false evil information, such as this, to be printed for our daughter to see one day.

She continued, “Dakota told me not to contact him when we broke up - even after that - I reached out to him at my twelve week ultrasound appointment letting him know that it was most likely a girl and when she was due. I did not hear from him again until a couple of days before my due date when I received a letter stating that he had the tools and expected to be a custodial parent. He told me he wanted a 50/50 agreement on our unborn baby. As most concerned mothers would - I froze.”

She claimed Meyer never reached out to her to attend their daughter’s birth.

Teen Mom OG airs Mondays at 9/8c on MTV.

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