‘Teen Mom 2’ Leah Messer’s Co-Parenting Relationship With Corey Simms Rocked By ‘Disturbing Video’
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‘Teen Mom 2’ Leah Messer’s Co-Parenting Relationship With Corey Simms Rocked By ‘Disturbing Video’

Teen Mom 2’s Leah Messer and her ex-husband, Corey Simms, agreed to share joint custody of their twins, 6-year-old Ali and Aleeah, during an episode of Season 7 earlier this month. But, according to a new report, their co-parenting relationship will be seen hitting a major road block during next week’s episode.

In addition to discovering news of a custody filing made by Simms after the agreement on the upcoming episode, Leah Messer is also faced with a “disturbing video” which reportedly shatters her and Simms’ ability to co-parent their kids.

According to a report by Starcasm on May 12, the description for Teen Mom 2 Season 7, Episode 10 includes a major teaser.

“Kailyn works on her relationship with Vee; Cole takes Aubree to a father-daughter dance; Jenelle seeks help in New York for mysterious medical ailments; and Leah and Corey’s co-parenting is shattered by a disturbing video.”

Unfortunately, the contents of the video are unknown at this point, as is whether or not either Leah Messer or Simms are seen in the clip. However, in just a few days, fans will learn details of the film as well as why it caused a rift between the former couple.

As for Simms’ custody filing, Leah Messer informed her sister, Victoria, in a sneak peek of next week’s episode that her ex-husband had filed an injunction to be the primary custodian.

“Today I get his objection that West Virginia law does not recognize joint custodian. Who cares? Why are you making a big deal out of nothing?” Leah Messer said, according to a report by Starcasm. “I know plenty of parents that’s done joint custodian… I mean, if you’re both good parents, then there should be nothing wrong. And then he says that he should be the primary custodian because they live — or, they go to school in his district and whatever else. No! OK, I do everything, so maybe I should be the primary custodian.”

During a previous episode of Teen Mom 2, Simms was seen learning that he had been named as the primary custody of Ali and Aleeah due to Leah Messer’s alleged inability to transport the girls to school on time. She was also seen struggling to wake up in the mornings and her daughter, Aleeah, complained that she wasn’t being fed.

“To do what he’s done to my kids, I — I — I don’t — I don’t care if he takes another breath! And I don’t know what else to do. All I can do is fight against it. That’s all I can do,” Leah Messer added.

Leah Messer has been accused of bad parenting for the last couple of seasons of the show, but according to her, she’s been unfairly edited by producers.

After an episode of Teen Mom 2 Season 7 aired last month, the reality star and mother of there took to Twitter, where she told fans she didn’t understand how the person behind the show’s editing could “live a happy life.” She also told fans she felt betrayed by the alleged manipulation being done behind the scenes.

“I hope to continue to share my story but I REFUSE to allow it to be twisted for the benefit of a NETWORK!” Leah Messer tweeted, via People magazine.

For more of Leah Messer and Corey Simms, tune into Teen Mom 2 Season 7 on Mondays at 10 p.m. on MTV, and check out a sneak peek of next week’s new episode below.

[Photo via Leah Messer/Facebook]

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