After former Javi Marroquin filed a restraining order, teenage mom star Lauren Comeau and son Eli were on vacation in Maine
After her predecessor Javi Marroquin imposed a restraining order on her, TEEN’s mother Lauren Comeau showed off the interesting Maine vacation she spent with her son Eli.
The 29-year-old said her “heart is too fast” Go home with family In the Northeast State, and recorded this adventure for her fans.
She wore a pair of small black denim shorts and a “Mother Bear” T-shirt, and the two-year-old Eli was on her back.
The family-which seems to include her parents, siblings and others-proudly pose in front of a large sign.
“Take our animals to the safari park and let them roam freely,” she said of seeing beards, monkeys, tigers, eagles, etc.
The proud mother continued: “Going home with my whole gang, my heart is about to burst.
“It only happens once a year, so I will keep this photo memory forever.”
When she was posing in a black floral swimsuit, she also caught a glimpse of a day of fun in the sun on the local river.
Lauren smiled brightly when her toddler laughed behind her in cute swimming trunks.
The TV personality also shared a cute photo of her son wearing blue shorts on the beach with crabs printed on them and matching vests.
He stood barefoot in the parking lot, holding a pale shovel in his hand, ready to dig.
“It’s another fantastic day in Maine in the book,” she captioned Eli’s story on Instagram.
A few days ago, Lauren shared a photo of her crying because she complained that she “takes Maine for granted,” where she grew up.
Lauren wrote a very long message, saying that she became “extremely emotional” after returning home.
The reality TV star said: “When Eli and I crossed the hills and entered my sweet hometown, listening to this song, the driving was stinky, but these trips will never be outdated.
“I can’t wait to come back here with E every summer to experience it all again.”
Harvey accused Lauren of beating “him” in front of their 2-year-old son.
Battle of EXES
In the report, Harvey claimed: “The defendant beat me in front of our children, and I am worried that she will come to our house to attack me again and/or try to take our son away.
“She attacked me many times. Because of my career, I want to protect my job and my children.”
Harvey continued: “The verbal argument with her clenched fists hit me several times. She snatched my gold chain from my neck. Our 2-year-old son was there and witnessed this.”
Since the court held that “the defendant committed domestic violence against the petitioner and further believed that there was a danger of immediate and current other acts of violence”, it granted a temporary protection order against abuse.
The court ordered Lauren to maintain a distance of 100 feet from her little dad, his residence and workplace, and only allowed him to contact him via text message or email to learn about Eli.
Then on June 22, Javi applied to voluntarily dismiss the petition because he claimed that he no longer felt “threatened by my son’s mother. I believe we can handle any disputes that arise.”
Javi is currently sharing 50/50 custody of their toddler with Lauren.