'Teen Mom 2' News Update: Kailyn Lowry Admits to Being Open forReconciliation with Ex-Husband Javi Marroquin
Kailyn Lowry of "Teen Mom 2" got caught in a nasty divorce battle with her ex-husband, Javi Marroquin. The "Teen Mom 2" couple finalized everything in terms of their divorce but speculations emerged that the couple may actually patch things up in the future.
Kailyn Lowry and Javi Marroquin went through tough times after her miscarriage, thus they opted to divorce. It was recently revealed that Kailyn Lowry hinted and told OK! Magazine that there's a glimmer of hope that the couple would patch things up and work things out.
During the interview, Kailyn Lowry was asked if there's a chance that the couple would work things out. She then mentioned that it would take time for them to get back together.
"I think it would just take time," Kailyn Lowry told OK Magazine. "We have different visions for our near future, so I think it would just be a while."
As for Javi Marroquin however, he was firm in stating that he does not have any plans to patch thing up with his ex. During an interview with Hollywood Gossip, Javi Marroquin admitted that they're both too much for each other.
"No, there is nothing that could be done, said or heard," Javi told Hollywood Gossip. "We both know it was too much."
Javi Marroquin and Kailyn Lowry's divorce is one of the most followed storylines for "Teen Mom 2." Though it was originally mentioned that they called it quits because of Kailyn's refusal to get pregnant after her miscarriage, cheating speculations emerged soon after.
Javi Marroquin openly shared that he was able to gather enough evidence to prove that Lowry is indeed cheating on him. During his interview with Radar Online, Javi stated that he has screenshots and even photos to prove his wife's infidelity.
"I found out a lot of things while I was overseas that was a deal breaker," Javi Marroquin told Radar. "It was too much damage that can't be undone. I have screen shots, I have texts and I have pictures, they're saved on a lot of different things just in case. When the time is right, what's done in the night will show in the light."