Kailyn Lowry's nasty feud with Javi Marroquin is far from over! After the Teen Mom 2 star begged her ex-husband to work on their relationship for the sake of their son, Marroquin responded with yet another jab.
On the live Teen Mom 2 after show, Lowry discussed the moment Marroquin snuck into her home through the basement and refused to leave until the police were called.
"It was uncomfortable and unexpected," she said. "I don't want to go through it again. It was crazy. I hope we both move on."
Lowry then explained why the exes continue to feud.
"I feel bad he hasn't moved on as quickly as I did," she said. "Javi believes every single rumor. How many times can I say sorry about what I've done? I can't apologize for something I didn't do. He can't believe everything he hears."
But when Lowry explained that they need to be on the same team for their son Lincoln, 3, Marroquin didn't stay silent.
"It's not possible," he tweeted. "I don't need your 'friendship' don't play mother Teresa now." He added, "Friendship and co-parenting are two different things."
Although Marroquin has been unable to let their feud go, Lowry tweeted, "Did me dirty & I still wish the best for you."
Lowry announced their divorce after nearly four years together in May. When Marroquin returned home from deployment, he caught Lowry with another man in their home. As RadarOnline.com exclusively reported, Lowry filed a protection from abuse order against Marroquin.
"She said it's because I harassed her via text about all this divorce and guy stuff," Marroquin told RadarOnline.com. "I signed a consent PFA, which means there's no evidence of abuse. I just can't contact her unless it's in regards to Lincoln for a year."
The insider added how she filed the PFA because he would "show up at her home aggressively."
But her appearance on the show wasn't all about her ex, as she also showed off her baby bump alongside co-star Leah Messer.
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