Teen Mom 2: Kailyn Lowry reportedly wins her court case against baby daddy Chris Lopez
The Teen Mom 2 star had her petition granted on April 11 after months of trying to get her son Lux’s name changed from his father’s last name to her own surname.
Kailyn Lowry has reportedly won her court battle against baby daddy Chris Lopez. The Teen Mom star has had a rocky relationship with Lopez from the start, and has now secured a huge win over him regarding her child's future.
According to reports by Radar Online, a Delaware judge has granted Lowry's petition to change her youngest son’s last name from Lopez to Lowry.
The Teen Mom 2 star had her petition granted on April 11 after months of trying to get her son Lux’s name changed from his father’s last name to her own surname. The reality TV star is also the mother of son Isaac, 7, with Jo Rivera, and son Lincoln, 4, with ex-husband Javi Marroquin.
Lowry and Lopez have not gotten along with each other even before their son Lux was born. Back in March, Lowry slammed Lopez for posting a photo of himself with Lux on social media.
“Don’t be an Instagram parent,” she wrote to the baby daddy, who replied saying she's a person who “literally made a living” off of putting all of her children on TV and social media. “But who am I to talk,” he added.
Last year in December, Lowry had revealed that Lopez does have visitation rights to his son, but all of these visits are necessarily supervised. The television star also added that the visits were not on a set schedule.
Fans of the show think that the feud between the co-parents caught fire during their son's birth itself. Although Lopez was in the delivery room when little Lux was born, he reportedly refused to sign the paper acknowledging the paternity of the little boy.
One source revealed that the baby daddy likely didn’t sign the paper so that Lowry couldn’t file for child support if things didn't mend over time between the couple. However, it looks like Lowry is having the last laugh since Lux is officially a Lowry now.