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Lowry Ditches Husband For Ex-Boyfriend During Explosive Fight

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New season, new problems! The marital issues are far from over for Kailyn Lowry and Javi Marroquin, as the Teen Mom 2 star ditched her husband during a fight to hang out with her ex-boyfriend.

In a preview clip for the new season of Teen Mom 2, Marroquin refused to get dinner with Lowry's baby daddy Jo Rivera and his girlfriend Vee Torres.

"I just want to be at home," Marroquin responded when Lowry's son with Rivera, Isaac, invited him to join the blended family's outing. "We're constantly on the move, I just want to be at home."

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But the arguing didn't end there, as Marroquin demanded his wife bring home their son Lincoln.

"I would appreciate it if you dropped off Lincoln so I can hang out with at least one of my kids," he fired, as Lowry snapped back, "No! I'm not going to drive all the way home to drop off Lincoln."

"I haven't seen my son all weekend," Marroquin continued. "Bring my son home, I want to see him. If I'm not there, there's no reason for Lincoln to be there."

Kailyn Lowry

Lowry and Marroquin, who was deployed by the U.S. Air Force in January, have faced marital issues in the past.

The mother-of-two revealed to in November, "I think it's been hard because I'm a college student and it's hard for me to balance a family life and a social life knowing that I can't relate to a lot of the kids that I go to school with. I can, but I can't at the same time."

Watch the video above for more on the fight. The new season of Teen Mom 2 airs Monday, March 21 at 10/9c on MTV.



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