Teen Mom Javi Marroquin’s ex Lauren Comeau promoting program to ‘reset & recharge’ after ‘hitting’ baby daddy in fight

TEEN Mom star Javi Marroquin's ex Lauren Comeau is vowing to "reset and recharge" after an emotional spat with her baby daddy.

Javi, 28, who is rumored to be getting close to Teen Mom 2 ex Kailyn Lowry, called the cops on Lauren, 29, after an altercation at her Delaware home allegedly led to her hitting him.


After letting the dust settle on the reported incident, which The Sun broke in July, mom of one Lauren is now changing her mindset and appeared on her Instagram Live Saturday morning to promote healthy living products from Arbonne.

She was joined by son Eli in the background for the promotional video in which she said taking the products led her to feel "the best I have felt in my adult life."

RESET AND RECHARGE

Lauren opened her video by saying "after the summer we have had, I feel everyone needs to re-set and recharge."

She continued to talk of the benefits of the program for having regular, healthy meal options and getting back on track.

Lauren said: "I needed to get my health back on track, but I didn't have the energy or motivation to do some complex new program."

She said as an "exhausted new mom" she kept her healthy habits up for the past two years.

'REALLY CRANKY'

In the clip, Lauren referred to her behavior, as she admitted she had been "really cranky."

She added: "I didn't realize how much my diet and my mood were connected until I did the first program.

"Because when I eat better I feel better I act better and just happier."

The brunette added: "I am cranky when I just don't feel good in my skin."

"And it's nothing to do with weight, it's how I feel."

Lauren rounded off by saying the program helped her "do better" and she "never felt better" in her adult life.

OFF THE HOOK

Last month, The Sun exclusively revealed Lauren would not be charged with a crime after "hitting" Javi in a fight.

A Public Information Officer for the Dover Police Department previously confirmed to The Sun that the investigation has been closed with no charges filed. 

The statement read: “There will be no criminal charges filed against either party at this time. 

“After an extensive investigation that included different accounts by those involved, statements from an independent witness, evidence obtained by investigating officers, both parties expressing they wanted no police involvement, and consultation with the Delaware Office of the Attorney General, it was determined that no arrests would be made.”

JAVI CALLS POLICE

As The Sun previously reported, Javi, who shares son Eli, 2, with Lauren, reported a domestic incident to police in July.

A Public Information Officer disclosed that "officers did respond to that location for a reported domestic-related matter. That matter remains under investigation at this time.  No arrests have been made.”

A source confirmed to The Sun that Javi was the alleged victim during the incident.

The source alleged that Lauren "hit Javi in the face and kicked him multiple times.”

In an exclusive statement to The Sun, Lauren claimed: "He made a false accusation and called the police hours after he left my home.

"He came to my home to pick up our son, entered my home after I asked him to not enter my home repeatedly.

"The police issued an investigation, they talked to witnesses and no charges were filed.”

Police confirmed the investigation remained ongoing at the time. 

KAILYN DEFENDS JAVI

Javi and his ex-wife, Kailyn Lowry, then went on Instagram Live to slam Lauren’s claims that she did not get physical with her baby daddy.

Kailyn, 29, who shares son Lincoln, 7, with Javi, kicked off the live: "I want to get this off my chest because I’m tired of people truly pulling the victim card and acting like they’re perfect and constantly pointing the finger at other people.

"So Lauren, this one is for you! You don’t get to attack my ex-husband in front of your son and I know that that was true because my husband would never, ever, ever, ever lie about you beating him in front of his son.”

The Teen Mom 2 star continued: "We’re not going to pretend like you didn’t call me a ‘fat f**k’ and a ‘fat piece of s**t’ last night or whatever night I called you to call you out on your s**t.

"So yes, I did call you a ‘c**t’ but your resentment does not give you the right to beat people and further more, talk s**t about me when I put myself into therapy.

"I’m so disappointed in how you’re handling this and pulling the victim card. I know people are going to be coming at me for this but I will not allow this.”

The podcast host then revealed the cause of the alleged altercation, as she added: "The whole thing from what I understand is Lauren knew I was going to Wyoming to visit a friend. Javi asked if he could come I said sure, it’s not just me going it’s a whole group of us and the kids are coming.

"And she got really upset that Javi asked for Eli and as soon as he asked for Eli, this is what I’m told, I know for a fact because I was sent pictures that she punched him in the face several times and kicked him when he was down. So we’re not going to pretend like that just didn’t happen.”

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RESTRAINING ORDER

The incident comes after The Sun reported in June that Javi filed a protection from abuse order against Lauren and requested temporary custody on June 21 before he requested to drop the order one day later. 

Javi claimed in the Delaware court papers: “Respondent assaulted me in front of our children, I worry she will come to my house and assault me again and/or try to take our son.

“She has assaulted me on multiple occasions and due to my career I want to protect my job and kids.”

Javi continued to claim of the alleged altercation: “Verbal argument she closed fist punched me several times. She snatched my gold chain off my neck. Our 2 year old son was present and witnessed.”

Javi, who shares 50/50 custody with Lauren, also filed for temporary custody of Eli.

He requested Lauren stay away from him, his home and his workplace.

A temporary order of protection from abuse was granted, as the court “finds by a preponderance of the evidence that the Respondent has committed an act of domestic violence against the petitioner and further finds that there is an immediate and present danger of additional acts of violence.”

Then on June 22, Javi filed to voluntarily dismiss the petition. 

He explained: “I no longer feel threatened by my son’s mother. I believe we can handle any altercation that arises.”

JOB IN JEOPARDY

Lauren’s job at Arbonne, where she sells holistic nutrition, makeup and skincare products, was reportedly in jeopardy after the domestic incident was reported. 

A Teen Mom fan reached out to Arbonne and asked why they would let someone involved in a domestic violence incident work for them. 

In a screen shot posted to a Teen Mom fan site, a representative for the company allegedly responded: “Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We are aware of the reported incident and take things like this very seriously."



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