Teen Mom 2 premieres next week, and while the loudest train wreck is Jenelle Evans, Leah Messer wins the double-bill prize, as a needy bed-hopper, and unstable pill-popper.
Leah’s seemingly obvious addiction to prescription drugs was labeled as a “depression and anxiety” issue, on the last season of Teen Mom 2. Leah dragged off to rehab, and declared herself cured and happy, a few weeks later. We have uncovered a local source, who claims that Leah Messer’s reality continues to careen out of control, and her children are paying the price.
The insider shares horrible details of a young mother, checked out, and stuck in the muck of unacceptable, gutter level standards. The anonymous local describes a typical sighting of the MTV reality star.
“Leah is batsh**t crazy. She lives nearby, and she’s way more of a hot mess than she shows.”
“The other day she was walking a puppy with her youngest, and her daughter [Addalyn] just squatted and peed in a yard!”
The insider shared about the squalid living conditions, that are obvious to anyone passing by Leah’s home.
“She always has an INSANE amount of trash outside her house. I remember how disgusting her vehicle was.”
An exclusive photo of Leah’s garage reveals a disturbing hoarder mentality, with junk piled a couple of feet deep.
It looks like not much has changed for Leah, according to an ex-cameraman, who spoke anonymously, of the filthy living conditions that he experienced in Leah’s home, four years ago. He posted his revealing comments on Reddit, under an anonymous name.
“One of the worst is Leah, filthiest person I’ve met. When feeding her twins she would spill a bunch of cheese puffs on the nasty carpet and the girls would crawl around and suck up the cheese puffs, no hands involved. This made me cry a few times.” The ex MTV employee added, “Dog poop on the floor, bloody tampons sitting in a corner for months, weeks old food everywhere, etc.”
The MTV anonymous insider shared that he had to quit midway through the third season, because the job became too emotionally difficult to bear. The insider explained that CPS-worthy observations had to be filed with the production manager, who would, in turn, make a decision if MTV was legally bound to submit the complaint to authorities. Such action was never taken, at least at the date that these comments were noted. The cameraman commented,
“The best person on the show is Cory, Leah’s ex. Really sweet guy. He never should of agreed to be on the show. I would have to say that Leah is worst. Lot’s of horror stories about her.”
Reportedly, Messer and the father of her twins, Corey Simms, recently agreed on shared custody of the girls. This development followed a judge removing the girls, six year old Ali and Aleeah, from Messer’s care, and awarding primary custody to Simms, last October. Messer had custody of the twins only on the weekends.
The local also revealed that Messer’s claim of being broken off from her latest boyfriend, athletic trainer, T.R. Dues, is a lie.
“Her [Messer’s] boyfriend that she’s been supposedly broke up with is still living with her, and he is such a loser. They were filming last weekend, and he left while they were there.”
The insider believes that Leah is still struggling with addiction, and that locals see the evidence of a downhill slide. According to reports, Simms agreed to the custody agreement, based on his belief that Messer’s parenting and personal stability, had improved. Is Leah Messer’s “normal” just as unsettling as her life as an alleged junkie?
Stay tuned — Teen Mom 2 premieres March 21st.