Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry opens up about an 'abusive ex' & shares horrifying details about a nasty fight

TEEN Mom Kailyn Lowry revealed scary details about the "abuse" she faced in a previous relationship.

The reality star opened up about her past on the latest installment of her podcast, Baby Mamas No Drama.


Kailyn got vulnerable with her podcast co-host, Vee Rivera while discussing "trauma" in relationships, which prompted the TV star to talk about her own horrifying experience.

"I had this one guy I was dating clap in my face, like literally this close to my face when we were in an argument," she began.

"What you did was abuse, that's still abuse, that's still – you know what I mean? That didn't register to him.

"That is, you don't clap in someone's face. That's not normal, unless you're expecting to fight someone," she added as Vee chimed in in agreeance.

This isn't the first time that Kailyn admitted to suffering from abuse in her previous relationships.

Back in October, the young mom reflected on her time spent in a "homeless shelter" after leaving Jo Rivera – the father of her oldest child Isaac – shortly after their son was born.

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'EMOTIONAL' ABUSE

On her other platform, the Coffee Convos podcast, the TV star explained how Jo's "abuse" was instrumental in her move to the "funded housing."

"When I stayed at a shelter, it wasn't because of domestic violence but it still kinda resonates because there was a lot of verbal and emotional abuse and I know that some people don't remember but Jo was like that towards me," she confessed.

"There are several scenes on Teen Mom 2 of abuse like that. So I did resonate with that a little bit cause I stayed at a homeless shelter with Isaac.

"I don't know if some people don't know that. I stayed at a homeless shelter in East Pennsylvania with Isaac," she explained.

"I was able to get into the transitional housing that was privately funded. I didn't quite qualify for section eight housing.

"I qualified for something that was privately funded after I stayed at the homeless shelter," the TV personality recalled.

Kailyn's admittance came as a shock as she has learned to co-parent with Jo amicably since their breakup in 2011.

The MTV star has even formed a relationship with his wife Vee, who is also her co-host of her Baby Mamas No Drama podcast.

BABY DADDY DRAMA

However, the mom-of-four admitted that her relationships with any of her son's fathers are not as strong as she'd like them to be.

Kailyn shares four kids with three baby daddies – Isaac, 11, with Jo, Lincoln, seven, with Javi Marroquin, and Lux, four, and Creed, one, with Chris Lopez.

After disclosing her difficult past with her ex Jo, Kailyn revealed how her relationship with her children's fathers have been on a follow-up episode of Coffee Convos.

When talking to co-host, Lindsie Chrisley about her experience being a single mother to four boys and what she has learned over the years, Kailyn confessed that things have been rocky with her exes.

"I don't have a relationship with Chris at all, we don't communicate whatsoever," the star admitted about her younger boys' dad.

"I think the last five or six text messages that I sent obviously about the kids, have not been respond to. Just read," she explained.

"And it was still important to me that way when Lux looks back it's like, 'okay my mom didn't only include herself and my brothers on my mom's side on my Instagram.'

"Because at some point, I'm going to hand it over to him and he's going to have those pictures on there and he's going to be able to look back and be like 'my mom might not like my dad but my dad was posted on my Instagram,'" she added.

When Lindsie brought up a theory that it takes three years time after the demise of a relationship for exes to be able to communicate effectively in co-parenting, Kailyn disagreed admitting that her relationship with her exes hasn't improved.

"I don't know, I think that's good for the average but I like dislike Jo more now than I ever did."

She continued to detail her relationship with her other children's father's saying: "Javi and I still, I would say, he has harder periods than I do right now. Where I've like completely mellowed out. I just don't react the same anymore and then Chris and I just don't communicate at all."



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