'Teen Moms 2' season 8 news: Kailyn Lowry and Javi Marroquin trade barbs

(Facebook/Teen Mom 2)Former couple Javi Marroquin and Kailyn Lowry traded barbs on Twitter recently.

"Teen Mom 2" season 8 stars Kailyn Lowry and Javi Marroquin's conflicts are escalating as the former real-life partners are now burning bridges and washing their dirty linen in public.

While the divorced couple seemed to have an amicable relationship at the early episodes of "Teen Mom 2" season 8, things have made a drastic turn lately as they exchange tirades on Twitter. In fact, Marroquin even disclosed in a recent interview with Us Weekly that he feels disgusted whenever he sees his former wife.

Although Marroquin did not elaborate on the reason why the once friendly relationship he had with his ex-wife, whom he shares a three-year-old son, turned sour, he revealed that someone had told him some important details that led him to disgust Lowry.

"I thought things were going great. (But) a very reliable source came up to me and brought some new things to light that I didn't know about, so all of that went right out the window," Marroquin told Us Weekly last week.

It has also been learned that Lowry said some things against Marroquin recently. In an attempt to contradict what his ex-wife said during the live show after the airing of the most recent episode of "Teen Mom 2" season 8, Marroquin wrote on his Twitter account that he thought that Lowry wanted to divorce him because she did not want to have more kids with him.

In response to her ex-husband's tweet, Lowry replied, "You blamed me for miscarrying & our marriage was toxic. Why would I want more kids with you?"

Lowry eventually deleted the said Twitter post.

Meanwhile, according to reports, the recent episodes of "Teen Mom 2" season 8 seem to hint that Lowry had already been dating a new man, while Marroquin was deployed abroad. Could this be the reason why her ex-husband feels nothing but disgust toward her?

Find out on "Teen Moms 2" season 8 as it airs over MTV Mondays at 9 p.m. ET.

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