Corey Simms appears to have been dissed by his ex-wife, Teen Mom 2 star Leah Messer, on Twitter. On July 21, Messer took to Twitter, where she shared a tweet that praised her second husband, Jeremy Calvert, for his amazing parenting.
“[Jeremy] is hands down one of the best dads that I know,” Messer wrote on Twitter.
Also in her tweet, Messer, whose second husband divorced her last month, claimed she couldn’t imagine “coparenting with anyone else.” Right away, fans wondered why Messer chose to leave Corey Simms out of her tweet. Because she also co-parents with Corey Simms, the father of her twin girls, Ali and Aleeah, it seemed odd that she said she couldn’t imagine co-parenting with anyone but Calvert.
However, when confronted about her possible diss, Messer claimed her tweet was not aimed at Corey Simms.
@Teenmomcraze this has NOTHING to do with Corey. Thank you
— Leah D. Messer (@TM2LeahDawn) July 21, 2015
Corey Simms married Messer in 2010, and divorced in 2011 after Messer admitted to cheating. Since then, they have been co-parenting their twins along with his new wife, Miranda, who is currently expecting her first child with Corey Simms (and Simms’ third child).
As the Inquisitr previously reported, Corey Simms and his wife were recently featured in a Teen Mom 2 Season 6 bonus clip, which revealed their post-custody hearing thoughts. In the clip, Corey Simms told his father and stepmother that he had been awarded an additional day with his girls, as well as the ability to help with Messer’s commuting duties.
“I’m glad it’s over, I’m just not exactly happy with the outcome. [I got] an extra day, but I feel like it needs to be more,” Corey Simms told his father, Jeff.
Added Miranda, “I’d never try to take their mother’s place, but I get to spend time with them and have that bond with them and love them as if they were my own.”
Corey Simms also revealed the judge on their case promised to overturn his ruling if Messer’s ability to get her daughters to and from school did not improve.
“The judge looked right at Leah and told her that if the girls are continuing being tardy and absent from school, then he is going to reverse it and give the girls to [me] during school time.”
For more Corey Simms, tune into Teen Mom 2 Season 6 on Thursday nights at 10 p.m. on MTV.
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