Great Britain

Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry shades Javi Marroquin’s ex Lauren Comeau with cryptic post after slamming her on Instagram Live

TEEN Mom 2 star Kailyn Lowry shaded Javi Marroquin’s ex Lauren Comeau with a cryptic post.

The 29-year-old’s latest Instagram post comes after she slammed Lauren on Instagram Live.

Kailyn took to Instagram on Friday to share a photo of herself, Teen Mom 2 co-star Leah Messer and their friend Lindsey as they appeared deep in conversation while on a boat.

The MTV star captioned the post: “When your friends tell you you’re wrong but you do it anyway 🥴

“HUGE thank you to for today @bestiesthattravel 🌴🤩”

Kailyn’s caption seems to be referencing her recent Instagram Live with Javi on Thursday.

The exes, who were married from 2012-2017 and share seven-year-old son Lincoln, teamed up to call out Lauren as they slammed Javi’s ex as a “manipulative liar who collects paychecks off their backs.”

The drama kicked off when Dover Police told The Sun that a "domestic matter" occurred between Lauren and Javi on Tuesday evening at Lauren's home.

A police source alleged that Lauren "hit Javi in the face and kicked him multiple times."

JAVI SPEAKS OUT

Javi discussed the alleged incident on his ex-wife Kailyn's IG Live, claiming Lauren "punched.”

The father of two said he has "to take care of myself" before admitting: "If I let this continue and I do snap one day, I would go to prison."

He then reiterated that Lauren punched him as he said: "But I didn’t get a black eye so they couldn’t do anything.”

He added: “She has all these people fooled. I hope people see who she really is.

“It’s all a front. It is what it is. I heard your story. Exactly what you said is exactly what happened.

“If the roles were reversed, she would’ve left me to hang dry in a second.”

LAUREN DENIES JAVI'S CLAIMS

In an exclusive statement to The Sun, Lauren claimed: "He made a false accusation & called the police hours after he left my home.

"He came to my home to pick up our son, entered my home after I asked him to not enter my home repeatedly.

"The police issued an investigation, they talked to witnesses & no charges were filed."

Javi and Lauren, who split after Kailyn accused her ex of trying to hook up with her, share two-year-old son Eli together.

KAILYN DEFENDS JAVI

Before Javi joined the livestream, Kailyn spent plenty of time slamming Lauren on her own.

While recounting a recent conversation she had with Lauren, the Teen Mom 2 star admitted they called each other nasty names.

Kailyn told her followers: "We’re not going to pretend like you didn’t call me a ‘fat f**k’ and a ‘fat piece of s**t’ last night or whatever night I called you to call you out on your s**t.

"So yes, I did call you a ‘c**t’ but your resentment does not give you the right to beat people and further more, talk s**t about me when I put myself into therapy.

"I’m so disappointed in how you’re handling this and pulling the victim card. I know people are going to be coming at me for this but I will not allow this."

Kailyn later explained she was getting involved in the drama because it will affect Lincoln, stating: “My son is also affected by this and we’re not going to act like this just never happened.

"So be real, own your s**t like the rest of us. We all have to sit here and face our demons and face the music and all of that, you’re not doing that. So this is for you and I have to do it on Live to say it because you blocked me on everything else. So yeah, we’re not doing that."

Teen Mom's Javi Marroquin takes son Eli, 2, to the fair after calling cops on baby mama Lauren

Football news:

Ibrahimovic will not play with Juve, most likely. Chiesa and Bernardeschi can take part in the match
Boateng, fined 1.8 million euros for attacking an ex-girlfriend, filed an appeal
Ancelotti called David Luiz to offer to move to Real Madrid
One-Bissaka will appear in court for driving without a license
Southgate wants more women to work in the staff of the England national team
Mourinho on the victory over CSKA Sofia: Roma did not deserve 5:1. I did not like the game
Steve Bruce: My family thinks I'm sick because I'm not leaving Newcastle