When Teen Mom 2 isn’t on the air, fans keep up with the cast via their social networking accounts. Whether it be Twitter, Instagram, or even Facebook, sometimes these sites are the only way for fans to find out what is going on in the lives of their favorite reality show stars. However, what happens when one of the cast members deletes their social networking account, especially when there is a lot of drama going on in their life? People go crazy.
Radar Online reports that the Teen Mom 2 dad deleted his Twitter account after he unfollowed his wife on the social networking site and started following plenty of other females. He also tweeted that he was “done,” which had many fans to speculate that he had filed for divorce.
According to another site, Jeremy had also been planning a trip to Las Vegas prior to deleting his Twitter account. He and a friend tweeted back and forth about a potential trip to Sin City for several months, but they had not made concrete plans. It is unclear if these most recent plans are even concrete, but if they are, it appears that Jeremy may have already made his New Year’s Eve plans.
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, it has been reported that Jeremy Calvert filed for divorce before Thanksgiving. However, no real proof has emerged that the divorce was indeed filed, and other reports suggest that the Teen Mom 2 couple is trying to make their marriage work. Leah Messer has not deleted her Twitter account, and her tweets do not provide much insight into what may be going in her marriage, but one tweet did seem to suggest that she wasn’t ready to give up just yet.
“Sometimes you just need to distance yourself from people. If they care, they’ll notice. If they don’t, you know where you stand.”
There will be a sixth season of Teen Mom 2, with or without Leah and Jeremy. However, it is the current drama which has reportedly made Leah distance herself from signing on for another season. With Jeremy Calvert deleting his Twitter account, it seems that he, too, may be tired of the social media drama surrounding his marriage. Not only have sites reported on who he is and is not following, but pictures of him at a Buffalo Wild Wings in Ohio emerged. After that, reports that he was “flirting with girls” and saying he was “going through a divorce” started to circulate.
This is not the first time that a Teen Mom 2 cast member has deleted their social networking. In the past, Jenelle Evans has disappeared from social networking whenever there was too much drama in her life. Leah Messer has also withdrawn from social networking in the past, most notably when she was reliving her first divorce via Teen Mom 2. It seems that deleting these sites is the only way reality show stars can take a break from all the drama.
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