Teen Mom star Vee Rivera claims she had sex in her Halloween costume in raunchy tell-all podcast with Kailyn Lowry

TEEN Mom star Vee Rivera shared a scandalous story about a Halloween's past on her podcast she shares with Kailyn Lowry, Baby Mamas No Drama.

Vee, 28, raunchily claimed she once had sex in her Halloween costume.

Kicking of the festive episode, Vee shared she had reached out to fans to get stories.

Kailyn joked that Vee called for "spooky dick stories."

The co-host continued: "Can we get Halloween sex stories gone wrong or did you guys have sex in a costume?

Kailyn directed the next question to Vee: "Could you imagine having sex in a costume?"

Vee flatly responded: "It's not comfortable."

Kailyn said: "Oh, you've done it?"

The two Teen Mom stars burst out into laughter.

Vee teased, in between laughter: "It's not comfy.

"I don't like it, I don't like it at all."

The episode remained light-hearted as the two friends explained why cemeteries give them the creeps, what their favorite scary movie character is, and what movies freaked them out as kids.


Earlier this week, Kailyn and Vee deleted their last Baby Mamas No Drama podcast episode as they claimed it turned into a "therapy" session and shouldn't be shared with the public.

Kailyn recently admitted she "dislikes" her baby daddy and Vee's husband Jo "more than ever," reigniting their decade-long feud.

On Tuesday's episode, they explained their decision, as the reality star told listeners: "We recorded on Friday and decided that it was more for therapy."

Vee then chimed in: "Yeah, we were like maybe this should be just between us."

"So we decided not to release it," Kailyn admitted.

"We're back on Sunday here in the office," Vee revealed.

The scrapped episode followed the TV personality's scathing comment during her Coffee Convos podcast filmed last week, where she claimed she "dislikes" Jo Rivera.

Jo, who shares his 11-year-old son Isaac with Kailyn, married Vee in 2011 and the couple welcomed their daughter Vivi in 2015.


On the most recent episode of her podcast co-hosted by Lindsie Chrisley, the MTV star discussed her relationship with her children's fathers.

While reflecting on her experience being a single mother to four boys and what she has learned over the years, the Teen Mom disclosed that things have been rocky with her exes.

She explained: "I don't have a relationship with Chris at all, we don't communicate whatsoever."

Chris Lopez, 27, is the father of her two youngest, Lux, four, and Creed, one.

She complained: "I think the last five or six text messages that I sent obviously about the kids, have not been respond to.

"Just read.

"And it was still important to me that way when Lux looks back it's like, 'okay my mom didn't only include herself and my brothers on my mom's side on my Instagram.'

She added: "Because at some point, I'm going to hand it over to him and he's going to have those pictures on there and he's going to be able to look back and be like 'my mom might not like my dad but my dad was posted on my Instagram."

Lindsie then claimed that it takes three years time after the end of a relationship for exes to be able to communicate effectively while co-parenting, to which Kailyn disagreed.

The mother of four said that in her case, her relationship with her exes hasn't improved.

She revealed: "I don't know, I think that's good for the average but I like dislike Jo more now than I ever did."

She said: "Javi and I still, I would say, he has harder periods than I do right now. Where I've like completely mellowed out."

Javi, her ex-husband, shares her son Lincoln, seven.

Kailyn continued: "I just don't react the same anymore and then Chris and I just don't communicate at all."

In another recent episode of Coffee Convos, Kailyn alleged that she spent time in a "homeless shelter" after Isaac's birth, and claimed that Jo's "abuse" was instrumental in her move to the "funded housing."

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