In her latest Twitter update, Teen Mom 2 star Leah Messer has removed her husband Jeremy Calvert’s tag from her bio. As The Ashley’s Reality Roundup reported on April 20, Messer’s mention of being “married to @Calvert505” was recently removed from her account.
In a separate Twitter update on April 21, Messer seemingly addressed her impending divorce from Calvert and let her fans know she’s handling the split just fine.
“It’s been quite some time since I’ve felt so content, and it feels great!”
Although Messer didn’t reveal details about her Twitter update, she did hint it was in regard to her and Calvert’s split after a fan mentioned “it” would be easier to get through her hardships with a “strong mind.”
After her Twitter update earlier this week, Messer’s bio now reads, “Mommy of Ali, Aleeah, & Adalynn For all bookings and inquiries contact Lindsay Rielly management@Continuument.com.”
Continuing her Twitter update on April 21, Messer re-tweeted a message from a fan, which read, “Good to hear hope you and the girls are doing good.”
Messer’s Twitter update, although indirect, appeared to confirm that she was both happy and doing well as a newly single mother to three daughters, Adalynn, from her marriage to Calvert, and Ali and Aleeah, from her previous marriage to Corey Simms.
As for Messer’s husband, he recently offered fans a Twitter update, as well, officially removing all signs of Messer from his account. As fans may recall, Calvert removed his wife’s photo from his profile photo months ago, after telling fans he cheated on her with Robbie Kidd. However, he had left a photo of them together as his background photo, which was ultimately removed within the last couple of days.
Although the Teen Mom 2 couple has been dealing with marital troubles for the last several months, they have remained fairly active on social media, often offering conflicting reports in regard to their future.
As the Inquisitr previously reported, Messer shared a Twitter update earlier this week, in which she appeared to be requesting her husband forgive her quickly. While Messer didn’t tag Calvert in her Twitter update, she seemed to be sub-tweeting him, but unfortunately, it doesn’t appear to have worked, as every Twitter update since, by both parties, has hinted at trouble ahead.
“Life is short, so forgive quickly, believe slowly, love truly, laugh loudly and never avoid anything that makes you smile.”
For more of Messer’s Twitter update, stay tuned to her official account.
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