Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry's charges dropped after she was arrested for 'punching' ex Chris Lopez in nasty brawl

TEEN Mom 2 star Kailyn Lowry's charges have been dropped after she was arrested for "punching" her baby daddy Chris Lopez "several times with a closed fist" over their son's haircut.

The Sun can exclusively reveal the Department of Justice filed a Notice of Nolle Prosequi on January 25, meaning Kailyn, 28, will not be prosecuted for the "offensive touching" charge.

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The Sun previously reported the mom of four 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 “domestic incident” on the day of the offense, but police didn’t 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.


“Christopher stated that Kailyn and his mother had arranged to have a custodial swap for Lux Lowry at his residence.”

When Kailyn noticed Chris had given Lux a haircut, he claimed she “returned to the residence and started attacking him [and] punching him several times on the head and upper torso because she did not want the child’s hair cut.”

The court papers continued: “Christopher stated that he did not fight back, and that Kailyn then left the residence.”

Chris told police there is an active protection from abuse order against him filed by Kailyn.

Chris’ sister told cops that she “attempted to pull Kailyn off" her brother.  

His mom also confirmed the incident to authorities. 

Police made contact with Kailyn over the phone, as she said she “was at the residence to pick up Lux. 

“Kailyn stated she was upset because Christopher cut Lux’s hair. Kailyn stated that the dispute never became physical.” 


Kailyn was arrested the following day on September 26.

A no-contact order was issued and Kail is to have “no contact, direct or indirect” with Chris. 

A rep for Kailyn released in a statement: “Ms. Lowry has filed a petition for custody in the matter involving her children Lux and Creed. The judge in the Delaware Family Court has ordered the parties to refrain from discussing all domestic matters until after the hearing next year.

“Currently, Ms. Lowry has been awarded sole custody of the children despite the allegations pending in Family Court. Ms. Lowry does deny all of the allegations but cannot respond specifically at this time due to the orders of the judge.”

The Sun previously reported Kailyn entered a “not guilty” plea, as she filed a Waiver of Arraignment instead of appearing in court for the scheduled hearing. 

She shares Lux, 3, with Chris, as well as Creed, who she welcomed in July. 

The Teen Mom 2 star, who is also mom to son Isaac, 11, with ex-boyfriend Jo Rivera and Lincoln, 6, with ex-husband Javi Marroquin, called out Chris on social media in September for cutting their oldest son’s locks without asking her first.

She shared a “before” shot of her son’s long hair and then an “after” photo of it with a few inches missing.

She captioned the picture: “Parenting with a narcissist be like… Control tactic.”


Teen Mom OG – Season 9

Season 9 was filmed as the outbreak of coronavirus hit America.

Who's in the cast this season?

  • Amber Portwood
  • Catelynn Lowell
  • Cheyenne Floyd
  • Maci Bookout McKinney
  • Mackenzie McKee

Who are their boyfriends, husbands and baby daddies?

  • Amber Portwood's boyfriend Dimitri Garcia
  • Catelynn Lowell's husband Tyler Baltierra
  • Cheyenne Floyd's ex-boyfriend Cory Wharton
  • Maci Bookout's husband Taylor McKinney
  • Mackenzie McKee's husband Josh McKee

Teen Mom OG 's season nine aired on January 26th 2021 on MTV.

Kail was on the outs with Chris throughout her pregnancies with their sons. 

The MTV star recently said she wants to legally cut Chris out of her son's lives during a recent episode of her Baby Mamas No Drama podcast.

She said: "I have a huge problem with that [inconsistent fathers]. The court system would rather see a father who will come and go as they please, in and out, inconsistencies for days, weeks, sometimes months…"

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