On the season premiere of Teen Mom 2, Javi Marroquin broke down when he revealed that he might be deployed by the Air Force. Now, Kailyn Lowry's ex-husband is setting the record straight on if he will be forced to leave his family again.
On the episode, Marroquin told his ex-wife Lowry over video chat that he may have to deploy.
"It's between me and another guy," he told Lowry over Skype. "He's going through family stuff and he doesn't want to take it. I just got home so I don't want to take it."
When Lowry responded, "I don't know what to say," Marroquin hung up on her and began to cry.
When their son Lincoln, 3, and Lowry's son Isaac, 7, from a previous relationship with Jo Rivera hugged him and asked why he was crying, he responded, "I might have to go back. I might have to fight the bad guys."
But will Marroquin, 24, have to leave his family yet again?
"I do not have to leave anymore," he said over Instagram live after the episode aired. "That whole situation got cancelled. Everyone lucked out. I'm home for quite some time. Hopefully I don't have to leave anytime soon."
The bombshell is fortunate Lowry, as she's due to give birth to her child with third baby daddy Chris Lopez any day now.
Marroquin explained how the exes have "plans for all scenarios" for when she gives birth regarding who will care for their son.
As readers know, Lowry may not be able to depend on Lopez, as he dumped her around the time she learned she was expecting.
"Kail became a relationship of convenience for him," a source close to Lowry told Radar. "He never actually loved her. It was a relationship, but he just decided he wanted something different and things didn't work out so they went their separate ways."
Regardless of their nasty split, she will contact him when she goes into labor.
"She wants to give him the opportunity to see his child being born," the insider said. "She never said Chris couldn't be involved with his child. She would hope he would want that, but she won't force it or chase him to do so."
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