Chris Lopez, Teen Mom star Kailyn Lowry’s ex, called her “miserable” on social media on Monday while accusing her of sabotaging their co-parenting plans.
“Bro, ain’t nobody more miserable than my baby mama, bro,” Lopez said on Instagram Stories on Monday, according to a report from American weekly. “My first baby mama, Kail Lowry. There’s no one more miserable than that girl.”
Lowry, 31, and Lopez share a pair of sons — Lux, six, and Creed, three — from their on-and-off romance that spanned between 2016 and 2020.
Lowry is also mom to son Isaac, 13, with her ex-boyfriend Jo Rivera; son Lincoln, 10, with ex-husband Javi Marroquin; and one-year-old son Rio with her boyfriend Elijah Scott, with whom she is currently expecting twins.
Lopez claimed in his social media post that Lowry had “prevented” him from seeing their sons, while at the same time “passing them off to mother damn nannies.”
The latest: Teen Mom star Kailyn Lowry’s ex Chris Lopez called her “miserable” on social media on Monday, accusing her of sabotaging their co-parenting schedules. Lowry, 31, was pictured in New York last May
Lopez claimed he was disappointed that he couldn’t see their sons this week while they were on “Thanksgiving break,” despite being granted that time by family court, the outlet reported.
“You’re not letting the kids be with their dad, but it’s technically daddy’s week?” Lopez said. “You need to grow the fuck up, seriously, and stay the fuck away.”
Lopez said in a subsequent clip he uploaded that Lowry had “lied and manipulated” others in an attempt to keep him from seeing their sons, according to the US.
“You all think I’m lying and damn it?” he said. ‘Why do I have to lie?’
Lopez said Lowry complicated matters for him on Monday after she became involved in a parent-teacher conference for which he was scheduled to appear at their children’s school.
“I just left my son’s parent-teacher conference,” Lopez said, according to the outlet. ‘When I registered for my son’s parent meeting, his mother was not registered at all.
“It’s ironic that I say I’m going to my son’s parent-teacher conference today, and then all of a sudden the teacher said, ‘Oh yeah, she just signed up for a parent-teacher conference, so I can give you the papers now don’t give. Cool, okay.”
Lopez, who subsequently deleted the aforementioned posts, thanked Lowry for giving him the motivation to prevail in what appeared to be a lawsuit in the near future, the outlet reported.
Lowry, 31, and Lopez share a pair of sons — Lux, six, and Creed, three — from their on-and-off romance that spanned between 2016 and 2020
Lopez claimed in his social media post that Lowry had “stopped” him from seeing their sons while at the same time “passing them off to mother damn nannies”
“This whole thing today had just made me realize that I’m going to beat the dogs*** out of my opponent on December 8,” he said, according to the outlet, which reported that it could not confirm any “planned legal proceedings.” the near future” involving the MTV personalities.
Lowry said in an Instagram post in March 2022 that she found it “super challenging” to raise her children with Lopez.
“The boys only have two parents, and if one falls short, I have to step up and fill the gaps emotionally, physically and financially,” Lowry said.
Lowry on her podcast Dumb blonde last May described her relationship with Lopez as the “most tumultuous and toxic” she has ever experienced.
Lowry alleged that Lopez had been unfaithful and physically abusive to her.
Lowry said she had to fight for her life during an altercation with Lopez in 2019, saying, “I don’t know what took over me, but I was fighting for my damn life.
“I just remember turning my head a certain way and gasping for air,” she said. “I still didn’t want to call the damn police. I just said, “I want you to choose me, I want you to get better.” You know? It was sick.”
Lopez was arrested in January 2020 in connection with a restraining order violation involving Lowry In contact.
He subsequently entered a guilty plea to a charge of indecent touching and a charge of failing to comply with a bond order later that year; a two-year prison sentence was suspended by the court and he was on probation for one year.