Kailyn Lowry has shared many ups and downs with her fans over the years on Teen Mom 2. From motherhood to her relationships, the MTV star has always been real with her fans and her story. But when it comes to her ex and third baby daddy, Chris Lopez, fans got to only see parts of their relationship since he doesn't want to be on the reality show. Throughout last season, Kail shared a lot of their struggles on-camera, but now in her book...she isn't holding back. OKMagazine.com obtained an exclusive copy of the reality star's upcoming book where she detailed some examples of Chris' violent behavior that led her to "cut" him out of Lux's life.
As seen on the MTV reality series, Kail and Chris' relationship hit rock bottom during her pregnancy. On one episode, she broke down into tears while she was on the phone with her friend after realizing that she is about to welcome her third son all on her own.
"As I reflect over all that has happened, I realize that in the first six weeks of Lux being here, I’ve been hurt in so many ways," Kailyn wrote about her past experiences with her third baby daddy.
She penned, "I’ve had my bedroom window broken while the baby was asleep with me in the room. My back door had been broken while all of my kids were at home, and I’ve had s**t about me told to my children."
Adding, "I don’t care if the baby is six weeks or six years old, a dad should not talk down about the mother of his child."
Besides maintaining a healthy relationship to co-parent, Kail also revealed that the finances were also a struggle. "I’ve been left to take care of everything," she wrote. "Is it too much to ask if the baby needs anything? Whether we were on good or bad terms, Chris could have at least asked if I needed help."
Back in October 2017, RadarOnline.com exclusively reported the alleged abuse occurring between Kail and Chris. “There has been abuse against Kail on more than one occasion,” a source close to Kail told Radar at the time. However, more recently, the two seem to have put the past behind them and are co-parenting better.
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