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Teen Mom’s Kailyn Lowry talks ‘scarring’ moment her kids walk in on her having sex

While we all worry about scarring our kids for life, Teen Mom’s Kailyn Lowry’s kids apparently scarred her!

The Teen Mom 2 star opened up about the whole embarrassing ordeal on her podcast, Big Mamas No Drama

“I won't tell the story because I don't want to put my kids on blast,” the mom-of-four stated, before adding, “Like, I'm more scarred for life than they are because I'm like, f**k, if they didn't have questions before, I don't know if they do. So, do I need to address them?”

Chatting with her co-host, Vee Rivera, 28-year-old Kailyn went on to say, “It's f**king life, and that's the thing. I worry sometimes about talking about things like this on the podcast, because I feel like I'm scared someone's going to call CPS, you know?”

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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“But it's really part of f**king life. People have kids and they still want to have sex. We're all human, right? Of course, I wouldn't be mad if that happened. First, I would laugh and then I would be like, ‘Wow, I hope he's not traumatized,” Kailyn wondered.

Kailyn shot to fame in 2010 on MTV’s reality series 16 and Pregnant, followed by the popular spin-off series, Teen Mom 2, which she’s appeared in for all eight seasons.

She’s also the proud mum to her four boys, 10-year-old Isaac, seven-year-old Lincoln, two-year-old Lux, and little Romello Creed, whom she gave birth to this past July.

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