'Teen Mom' Trust Fund: Leah Messer Takes Money From Her Daughters?

Lindsay Cronin

A Teen Mom trust fund has reportedly been tapped into by Leah Messer.

On Teen Mom 2, Messer is always gushing over her three little princesses, Ali and Aleeah Simms, and Adalynn Calvert, but according to a new report, Messer allegedly took $50,000 from a Teen Mom trust fund set up in honor of Ali, who suffers from a rare form of muscular dystrophy.

"The account was totally drained," an insider revealed to In Touch Weekly, according to a Radar Online report on December 23. "The money is supposed to go to college tuition, or in Ali's case, medical needs. But Leah took all of it."

As for where her money went, In Touch Weekly previously claimed Messer was spending nearly $600 a week on prescription pills.

"I used to give Leah the pills myself; she's picked up 30 to 40 pills at a time from me," an alleged drug dealer of Messer's told the magazine. "She was withdrawing $1,000 a week to buy pills. She gives [the middleman] the money, and he gets them for her. They're in this together."

At the time, a family insider confirmed the allegations.

"I've seen Leah pop a handful of pills, chew them like they were candy and swallow them. She doesn't even need anything to wash them down with," the insider claimed, revealing that while Messer claims to have pain from a botched spinal tap, "it's [actually] the pain from withdrawal that bothers her, not her back. She can't go a day without opiates."

According to Radar's report, Messer's ex-husband, Corey Simms, is fuming over her allegedly taking money out of the Teen Mom trust fund for their daughter.

"He's furious that Ali's future has been wiped away, and he's seeing what he can do to get the money back," the insider said.

News of Messer's reported thievery comes just days after she took to Facebook to slam the marriage of Simms and his wife, Miranda. As reported by the Inquisitr, Messer vented about the Simms pretending to have a perfect marriage.

"Things you see on Corey and Mirandas 'official and APPROVED page' is far from being true, and all I have to say about it is that they may want to be very WISE about what the post because a marriage that PRETENDS to be PERFECT is NEVER perfect. Especially when there is way more not told to a specific spouse, and that's all I'm going to say."

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