Miranda Patterson and Corey Simms appeared to have dissed Teen Mom 2 star Leah Calvert on Twitter over the weekend.
Although Corey denied doing so after the tweet, which contained a Bible verse about someone “disguised” as an angel of light, was posted, Miranda Patterson gave an “Amen baby,” which seemed to hint she agreed with the message.
The following day Leah took to Twitter as well, telling fans of how “thankful” she was for her life.
“God is LOVE!! I am so thankful for the life he had give unto me! #AAA,” Leah wrote on Monday afternoon.
Leah’s tweet was odd to say the least. In addition to Miranda Patterson and Corey’s possible diss, which was reported by the Inquisitr, the Teen Mom 2 star has tons of drama in her life, including a slew of drug use claims, infidelity accusations, and an ongoing custody battle over her twin girls, Ali and Aleeah.
A couple of hours later, Leah returned to Twitter, where she shared a photo of two flowers. In the caption she told fans, “Taking my princesses some flowers they loveeee after a long exhausting day! Momma loves you so much!”
As the Inquisitr reported in October, Leah and Corey are currently fighting for full custody of their twins.
“Corey has made it clear that will stop at nothing to win this case” because he became increasingly concerned about how Messer’s drug issues could affect the safety of their twins Ali and Aleeah, 4, a source told In Touch Weekly via a Radar Online report. The source claimed Corey was “deeply disturbed that Messer has reportedly often neglected to take Ali, who suffers from muscular dystrophy, to physical therapy appointments.”
Following Corey’s custody filing, Leah took to Twitter, where she slammed her ex-husband for not paying child support. Although the message has since been deleted, the contents were reported by the Inquisitr in September.
“[Corey] 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. 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.”
“Corey believes he’s in a position to provide more stability and consistency than the children are receiving now,” Simms’ attorney Rusty Webb told In Touch Weekly, noting Miranda Patterson was a stay-at-home wife.
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