Leah Calvert has been sharing her life as a mother of three young daughters on MTV's hit show Teen Mom for several years. In the beginning, Calvert and her ex-husband Corey Simms tried to get along for the children, but now that they have both remarried, their spouses appear to get involved with the decisions being made for the twin girls. And this is causing friction.
On the show, Leah Calvert really wanted to push Corey to make things happen for Ali and her wheelchair, and for viewers, it almost seemed like he was doing nothing and accepting her offer for lowered child-support payments. Now, Leah is sending some mixed messages to her fans.
According to a new tweet, Leah Calvert issued a rather misleading comment on Twitter this morning, which said that a person with a guilty conscience didn't need someone to accuse. And immediately, people thought she was talking about Corey, since he seems to be pointing the finger back at her, especially since they had to go back to court over child-support issues.
A guilty conscience needs no accuser.
— Leah D. Calvert (@TM2LeahDawn) September 15, 2014
Just days ago, Leah Calvert issued a long statement on Facebook, explaining her behavior on Teen Mom. It is definitely possible that Corey said something about Leah which caused her to issue the comment on Twitter about someone having a guilty conscience. In her Facebook post, Leah Calvert tried to simplify the argument that was shown on MTV.
"I am admitting that I shouldn't have been using bad language in front of my children. It was in the heat of the moment and it was a scene where you only saw certain parts of the filming! As for the child support issue, he was ordered, by the State of WV, the $1200 a month in child support. I wanted to work with him and was willing to accept $800 a month," Leah Calvert revealed over the weekend.
"Approximately 6 months after that he wasn't paying his half of the medical bills, to which all of them were in my name and I was getting collection letters. I agreed to lower his payments to $200 a month so we could pay off the medical bills. This agreement lasted for a year and they never were paid," Calvert added, saying that this was why she decided to push for a court date to settle the drama.
According to The Inquisitr, there have been reports that Simms is going after full custody of his twin daughters. Apparently, he threatened Leah Calvert with filing the papers, which scared her. This supposedly happened after she asked him for more child support, but they have not confirmed anything to the public.
What do you think of Leah Calvert possibly losing custody of her twins?
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