Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry denies 'breaking' into ex Chris Lopez's home after Briana DeJesus accused her of getting arrested

TEEN Mom Kailyn Lowry denies 'breaking' into ex Chris Lopez's home.

Earlier this week, her costar, Briana DeJesus, accused her of getting arrested for the incident.

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A follower asked Kailyn: "Can you respond to what Briana is saying? Totally understand if you don't want to."

Kailyn responded: "I have never in my entire life broken & entered into anyone's home."

"Nor have I ever been charged with breaking & entering. Ever."



On Tuesday, Briana claimed on her Instagram Story: "Kail doesn't want to film about breaking and entering into Chris momma house and beating him for cutting his child's hair."

Kailyn previously called out her baby daddy Chris Lopez on social media for cutting their three-year-old son Lux's long locks without asking her first.

The drama between the co-parents escalated when Kailyn was arrested for "punching" Chris "several times with a closed fist" over their oldest son's haircut.


The Sun exclusively reported that the Teen Mom 2 star was arrested on September 26 for offensive touching, though she denied the fight turned physical to police.

According to Delaware court papers, the incident took place on September 4 during a custody exchange for their oldest son Lux, 3. 

Chris reported the ‚Äúdomestic incident‚ÄĚ on the day of the offense, but police didn‚Äôt contact him back until September 25.¬†

The court papers read: “Christopher advised that on 9/04/2020… he was struck by his ex-girlfriend, Kailyn Lowry, several times with a closed fist.

‚ÄúChristopher stated that Kailyn and his mother had arranged to have a custodial swap for Lux Lowry at his residence.‚ÄĚ

She was released on her own recognizance with no bail amount, as she agreed to appear at all scheduled court hearings. 

Kailyn shares son Isaac with Joe Rivera. She also has son Lincoln with Javi Marroquin and two sons, Lux and Creed, with Chris.

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