Kailyn Lowry’s nasty split from Javi Marroquin has turned abusive. The pregnant Teen Mom 2 star has been granted a protection from abuse order against her ex-husband. Marroquin exclusively told RadarOnline.com what forced Lowry to take legal action.
“She said it’s because I harassed her via text about all this divorce and guy stuff,” Marroquin told Radar. “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 father of Lincoln, 3, insisted their fights never turned physical and that the PFA is “pathetic.”
“Her and the world know I would never threaten or put my hands on her,” he said. “As a man, I have my proof and will get out of it.”
But an insider close to Lowry claims the PFA is for more than just harassing text messages.
“Kail filed a PFA against Javi for harassment and showing up at her home aggressively,” the source confessed. “She doesn’t want that around the boys.”
A rep for Lowry told Radar, “They didn't look for abuse and it wasn't even a question since Javi signed the consent. Kail's first priority is and always will be her children. We ask all to please respect Kail's privacy during this difficult time.”
Tensions have been high for the exes ever since Lowry announced their divorce in May.
Marroquin and Lowry got into an on-camera brawl on a recent episode of Teen Mom 2 when he caught her with another man in their home only days after he returned from deployment.
As Radar exclusively reported, Lowry is expecting her third child with her third baby daddy. The news came as a betrayal to Marroquin, who divorced from Lowry after nearly four years of marriage because she didn’t want to have another child.
Lowry admitted she kept him in the dark about her pregnancy even though she told baby daddy Jo Rivera.
“I didn’t have a conversation with Javi because we won’t know how to have a healthy conversation,” she said on the Teen Mom after show.
Family Court in Dover, Delaware refused to comment on the claims.
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