Teen Mom: 10 Things To Know About Leah And Corey’s Custody Battle
MTV’s Teen Mom 2 stars Leah Messer and Corey Simms have had almost every detail of their lives documented since first appearing on 16 and Pregnant in the show’s second season in 2010. The pair became pregnant with twins after only a month of dating and decided to marry only a year after knowing each other. Unfortunately the marriage didn’t work out and, ever since, the two have been constantly discussing the custody situation of their daughters Aliannah and Aleeah, often times resulting in massive fights and taking each other to court. Both have gone on to re-marry and start other families, but are constantly trying to co-parent their twins and do what is best for their children, a task not always easy when things get personal. As Leah’s life has fallen into a downward spiral recently, the custody battle is raging on like never before. Check out 10 things you need to know about Leah Messer and Corey Simms’ custody battle.
10. This Isn’t Her Only Battle
Unfortunately for Leah, this is probably not the only custody battle she is going to have to fight. The most recent season of Teen Mom 2 saw the divorce of Leah and her husband Jeremy Calvert with whom she shares their 2-year-old daughter, Adalynn. Insiders are now stating that although Leah currently has primary custody of “Addie”, Calvert is gearing up for a custody battle because of a recent scary incident involving the toddler. “Everyone is very worried about Addie. She recently wandered out of the house while Leah was distracted. Thankfully, a police officer found Addie and brought her home,” a source told In Touch.
9. She Has Always Had Primary Custody
Prior to recent events, Messer always had primary custody of her twins with Corey following their split in 2011. The two agreed upon an arrangement where Leah would have them both all week and Corey would have them every weekend, however over the seasons of Teen Mom 2, fans have seen Corey try to get that changed multiple times in order to give his girls a more stable home.