Teen Mom star Javi Marroquin's ex Lauren posts about 'finding people who lift you up' after Kailyn Lowry cheating claims

TEEN Mom star Javi Marroquin's ex Lauren Comeau posted about "finding people who lift you up" after he was accused of cheating on her by Kailyn Lowry.

Lauren, 29, has been partying with her friends following the split with Javi, 28, who is the father to her 2-year-old Eli.

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Now Lauren has said she is "lucky" to have her friends in her life as she works through the break up with them.

Writing on her Instagram Story on Friday, she said: "Feeling eternally grateful for having these girls in my life.

"Find yourself a group of women who cheer you on, lift you up, and keep you going every single day. Lucky is an understatement.

"Love you a million Comeau Nation."


Lauren ended her relationship with Javi, 28, and moved out of their home after his “cheating” scandal with ex-wife Kailyn Lowry, 29.

Last year in October, Kailyn revealed in an episode of Teen Mom 2 that while filming in late 2019 that he "tried to f**k" her “in the Wawa parking lot” while Lauren was at home with their son, Eli. 

Kailyn confessed: “He pulled into the Wawa parking lot when I was getting gas… He opened the door and was like, ‘I want to f**k you plain and simple.’ And I said bye Javi. And I have all the text messages of him trying to meet up anytime I’m in Dover.

“So you’re willing to come to Middletown to f**k me but you won’t come here to get your son? Only if it benefits you in a sexual way.”

Kailyn shares her son Lincoln, six, with Javi.

Fans previously speculated Javi and Lauren had gotten back together when they were spotted together at dinner back in March, but it appears the two are still broken up today.

Meanwhile, Lauren enjoyed drinks with her pals this week as they downed shots to Mitchell Tenpenny's Drunk Me song.

In the InstagramSstory, the reality star chugged her shot and sipped from a large Starbucks cup. 

Lauren shouted the lyrics and belted out: "Can you come over?"

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