Bristol Palin and Dakota Meyer may be ready to co-parent but that doesn’t mean they want to do it under the same roof.
Palin, 27, came to the realization that she’d be staying in their former family home at the same time as Meyer, 30, in an exclusive “Teen Mom” clip obtained by Page Six, and the mother of three was anything but thrilled.
“So what’s the schedule?” Meyer asked Palin via FaceTime.
“Um, I’m coming back there tomorrow and then I plan on having the girls until, you know, next Monday,” Palin said while standing in a kitchen with her younger sister Willow.
“Ok. So we’ll start week-on, week-off then?” Meyer asked, before adding. “I’ll be there all next week too, so…”
“So we’ll be in the house together?” Palin asked, before sarcastically uttering, “Awesome.”
Palin then asked her ex about an equity check for their house, saying that the quicker she gets it the quicker she can get her own place.
“I promise, I want you to have that check as much as you want to get out of there,” he responded.
They ended the call with strained pleasantries and Bristol immediately started laughing with her sister about the “awkward” conversation.
“Why do I have to stay in the same house?” Bristol said with a smirk. “Is this how it works?”
Palin and Meyer married in 2016 after she gave birth to their daughter, Sailor Grace, but announced that they were separating in February of this year after welcoming a second daughter, Atlee Bay. Palin confirmed their divorce in August, with The Blast reporting that she agreed to transfer over the family home to him as part of the settlement.
She ended up purchasing a $400,000 home nearby — so it appears she finally got that check.
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