The Uphill Battle Of Kailyn Lowry’s Life Lately

The universe hasn't really been spinning in favor of Kailyn Lowry lately. She recently lost a heated court battle with

The Uphill Battle Of Kailyn Lowry's Life Lately

The universe hasn't really been spinning in favor of Kailyn Lowry lately. She recently lost a heated court battle with her co-star, Briana DeJesus, said goodbye to a family pet, and most recently, revealed that her son was in the hospital. The most recent news of the Teen Mom star's son came as a shock to fans when she posted a photo of him on social media in a hospital bed.

Trying Times For Kailyn Lowry

If you missed the most recent news about Lowry, we've got you covered. The mom of four previously tried to sue her Teen Mom 2 nemesis, Briana DeJesus, over "false" comments about her past relationship with Chris Lopez.

The Teen Mom co-stars have drama dating back to 2017 when DeJesus joined the cast. The legal battle began when Lowry filed a complaint against DeJesus after comments were made toward the mother four with "the purpose of causing Lowry harm." The court papers continued, "Defendant used Lowry to gain additional media attention for herself."

The case became an ongoing battle of 'she said, she said' with Lowry requesting $30,000, reasonable costs and attorneys' fees, and a jury trial. Lowry claimed that DeJesus' statements "threatened" her "ability to earn a living" and that she suffered "personal humiliation and mental anguish."

DeJesus responded with real data and a statement which claimed she did not defame Lowry with "false" stories because she was arrested for exactly what DeJesus spoke out about.

DeJesus attorney wrote about Lowry, "She verifiably was arrested for this, and her arrest garnered media attention." And, this takes us to DeJesus' win. The judge agreed, stating, "The damage to Lowry's reputation, if any, had already occurred when the incident was publicized by news media."

Lowry's arrest happened in September of 2020 for allegedly "punching" her baby daddy, Chris Lopez, "many times with a closed hand" over their son's haircut.

The Judge found Kailyn's claims to be unfounded. Referring to DeJesus' online comments the court official said, "The written post cannot be considered defamatory because, as a matter of law, it contained protected speech regarding opinion or was factually accurate." The judges added, "It was widely publicized that Lowry had been arrested for domestic violence and Soto's comments on the issue were substantially true."

So, with that all being said, if you haven't already guessed it, DeJesus won the case. And, she isn't stopping there. The Orlando native plans to sue Lowry for all of the legal fees that she obtained during this case which total up to $120,096.87, according to Celebuzz. And yes, she most definitely can do this. Marc Randazza, the lawyer of the reality star, told The Sun, "The anti-slapp law gives us the right to see attorneys' fees, and we intend to get Ms. Soto every penny to which she is entitled."

And, while mourning the loss of her court case she is also mourning the loss of a family pet. On Friday she shared an Instagram Story of her late pup, Gizmo. She captioned it, "Gizmo crossed the rainbow bridge this morning."

Lux Is Hospitalized

Most recently, Lowry had to bring her 4-year-old son, Lux, to the hospital. Over the weekend she shared a video to her Instagram story of him singing songs from Disney's Encanto while sitting in a hospital bed. It looked as though Lux was wearing a baseball uniform. And, she captioned the video, "opening day," with a crying emoji.

A Teen Mom fan account reposted the video to their page where fans expressed their concern and opinions.

One fan wrote, "He sounds sick in his voice. I would just keep some things private, everyone doesn't have good intentions and could pray or speak ill against your child. Hope he feels better though."

Another wrote, "Awe hope little man is ok." And another user saying, "He has a little tear in the corner of his eye. Poor little guy."

However, another commenter came off a bit harsh writing, "I don't understand why some parents first thought when their kids are is 'let's post it on social media.'"

Lowry has yet to share what let to Lux's hospitalization.