Kailyn Lowry Doesn’t ‘See A Reason’ For Baby Daddy To Be A Part Of Newborn Son’s Life

Kailyn Lowry isn’t interested in letting her baby daddy be a part of her newborn son’s life!

In an exclusive interview with, Kailyn, 25, explained what type of relationship Javi Marroquin, her ex-husband and second baby daddy, would have with her third child.

I don’t see a reason for him to be involved other than knowing and acknowledging that this is Lincoln’s half sibling,” Kailyn told Radar. Lincoln is Kail and Javi’s three-year-old son.

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“That being said, on my end, there is no bad blood. But I don’t think there is any reason for him to necessarily be involved,” she explained.

As fans of Teen Mom 2 know, Javi, 24, has a close relationship with Kail’s first son, Isaac, whom she had with her ex Jo Rivera. But Kail doesn’t expect Javi to have that same bond with her third son.

“I didn’t ask how he was handling it,” Kail continued. “But he did say congratulations.”

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Radar previously revealed that because Kail gave birth less than 300 days after she and Javi divorced, he is legally responsible for the child according to Delaware law.

However, Kail insists they’ll work the situation out so that the child’s biological father, Chris Lopez, is recognized.

“Javi is not the father,” Kail told Radar. “Chris is the father so I think we’re all going to work together to make sure everything is taken care of and that that’s established.”

Watch Kail’s interview in the video above! Are you surprised Kail doesn’t want Javi to have a relationship with her newborn son? Sound off in the comments below.


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