‘Teen Mom 2’ Star Leah Calvert Is ‘Living In Reality’ After Salon Investigation?

Teen Mom 2 star Leah Calvert hasn’t yet officially responded to the drama surrounding her salon – Be Glossy – but she did speak out on social media.

On February 7, Calvert re-tweeted a message shared by Life Post one day prior, which read, “I don’t care about perfection. I live in reality and based on originality. Forget looks and respect personality.”

Later that same day, she re-tweeted a second message from Perfect Couple.

“It’s so weird thinking back to when you first met someone & in that moment you had no idea they would have such a big impact on you.”

On Facebook on February 9, Calvert shared a video with her fans of a cheerleading team.

She captioned the video, “Love love love GREAT JOB GUYS.”

In a second Facebook post, shared on Saturday, Calvert posted a series of photos from the event’s showcase, many of which included herself and her daughters, Aleeah and Ali, who participated in the event.

As the Inquisitr previously reported, Calvert recently announced the launch of Be Glossy, her new “on location” salon. Unfortunately, she is allegedly operating illegally.

“This business is very much illegal,” a spokesperson for the West Virginia State Board of Barbers and Cosmetologist told Radar Online on February 9. “We will be launching an investigation.”

The report claimed Calvert and her two friends, Leslee Pannell and Crystal Spinks, aren’t licensed cosmetologists, and shouldn’t be charging for their beauty services, which include a $60 makeup session and a $300 beauty pageant preparation.

On Teen Mom 2 star Leah Calvert’s official website, she claims to offer “trained professionals with experience,” but the board’s spokesperson claimed she was merely “a cosmetology student with more than a year of schooling left.”

“As a student, you cannot perform services outside of the school.”

It is also illegal to provide “on location” services in Calvert’s home state of West Virginia.

“They have to have an actual shop. They need a location for clients to go,” the spokesperson explained.

On Twitter, fans reacted badly to news of Teen Mom 2 star Leah Calvert’s salon.

“How can you charge people when you have no actual training?”

“I don’t understand how she can legally do this. She isn’t licensed…Chelsea got in deep sh*t for it!”

Teen Mom 2 star Leah Calvert and her family will return to MTV in season six, which will likely premiere later this year.

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