Teen Mom Briana DeJesus accuses enemy Kailyn Lowry of letting fans post her home ADDRESS in latest online battle
TEEN Mom star Briana DeJesus has accused her enemy Kailyn Lowry of letting fans post her home address as their online battle continues.
The two have been feuding for years and in a nasty legal war for months, after Kail filed a defamation suit against her longtime rival Bri mid-2021.
Briana, 27, posted a cryptic message on her Instagram on Friday, seemingly accusing Kailyn, 30, of allowing her followers to leak Bri's address.
The mother of two wrote: "Posting my address on a fan page that you control is only making things worse. Pls stop."
Bri went on to add a screenshot from a fan post made on Kailyn’s Barely Famous podcast page, which featured the content in question.
The original poster said: “Damn! As Kail, I don’t think I could ever forgive Chris for testifying on behalf of Bri and possibly giving her address.”
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Another fan commented: “Briana lives like 5 minutes from me. If y’all want her address just say that.”
Along with the screenshot, Bri blasted Kail and wrote: “Letting your minions post my address on ur social media page will cause more issues.
“Don’t start something you can’t finish.
“Also if y’all really wanna send me a gift, LMK. Roach spray won’t be useful think of something better.”
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She then went on to warn the fan who wanted to post her address that she should “pull up.”
Briana’s baby daddy Devoin Austin, with whom she shares 10-year-old daughter Nova, slammed both of the Teen Moms for their feuding.
“Please know, I don’t condone either parties actions,” he wrote on Instagram. “All childish, all irrelevant.”
He added: “Dudes live thousands of miles apart. Just saying.”
Kailyn sued Briana for defamation last June after she claimed the star “physically beat” her baby daddy Chris Lopez.
Briana claimed in court papers that her co-star didn’t appear on an episode of Teen Mom 2 last season because she didn’t want to discuss the arrest, which was later dropped, on camera.
Kailyn hit back that she refused to film because she wanted to keep a romantic relationship private.
In Kail’s initial complaint against Briana filed in June, her legal team claimed that her co-star’s comments are false and were made "for the purpose of causing Lowry harm."
The court papers continued: "Defendant used Lowry to gain additional media attention for herself."
Kailyn then went into their long-standing feud in the court papers filed last June 25, which began when Briana joined Teen Mom 2 in 2017.
Kailyn claimed Briana "has a history of making false public statements regarding Lowry’s family life,” including when she allegedly responded to a Twitter user “[Lowry] gets beat the f**k up by Chris in front of her kids.”
The lawsuit recently came to an end after Briana filed for the case to be dismissed and the judge agreed.
Now, Briana has vowed to fight back against Kailyn after their court battle landed her with $120k in legal fees.
As such, Kailyn has hired a high-powered lawyer after her nemesis Briana demanded she pay her legal bills.
The Sun can exclusively reveal the battle isn’t over yet, as Kailyn filed a notice of appearance for new lead lawyer Christopher A. Aguirre of the Trembly Law Firm located in Miami, Florida.
New York-based Nicole Haff is no longer listed as the lead attorney on the court docket.
Briana's lawyer Marc Randazza told The Sun: "The anti-slapp law gives us the right to seek attorneys' fees, and we intend to get Ms. Soto every penny to which she is entitled."
Marc isn’t concerned over the lawyer change, as he told The Sun: “I anticipate an amicable resolution. I believe the war is over.”
Kailyn revealed on former Bachelor star Nick Viall's podcast The Viall Files how much she owes her attorneys in the legal war.
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She said: “I lost. Well, it was dismissed. I didn't lose. It was a waste of $200,000, but you live and you learn.
"I actually don't regret it because I stood up for myself. I felt like I was taking, just like, a lot and I stood up for myself. So, ultimately if nothing else that's what I got out of it."
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