Leah Messer’s husband has marked his Twitter account as private. Following a slew of tweets sent to his alleged girlfriend, Brooke Wehr, Jeremy Calvert has closed his account to Teen Mom 2 fans.
On June 8, Jeremy’s Twitter account was marked “private.”
“@Calvert505’s Tweets are protected. Only confirmed followers have access to @Calvert505’s Tweets and complete profile. Click the ‘Follow’ button to send a follow request.”
Leah Messer and her husband were seen feuding on the fifth season of Teen Mom 2, and since the season wrapped, their relationship took a drastic turn for the worse. After months of arguing about Calvert’s long hours at work, Leah Messer was accused of cheating on her husband of three years with her ex-boyfriend, Robbie Kidd. As fans of Teen Mom 2 will likely recall, Kidd was the same man Messer admitted to sleeping with just hours before marrying her first husband, Corey Simms. Although Leah Messer immediately denied her husband’s claims, telling fans her alleged affair with Kidd was nothing more than a rumor, her husband filed for divorce just weeks later.
Prior to Calvert making his Twitter account private, the reality star and father of Leah Messer’s 2-year-old daughter, Adalynn Faith, had sent a number of tweets to Wehr, some of which were believed to be about his upcoming custody battle with Leah Messer. In the tweets, Calvert mentioned “60/40,” which was likely in regard to the time spent between parents.
As the Inquisitr previously reported, Leah Messer reportedly checked into rehab on May 21. However, as the Hollywood Gossip noted days later, her stint in rehab wasn’t for drugs, but rather to deal with her issues with stress and depression, as her family reportedly confirmed a short time later.
“Members of Leah’s family have insisted that the troubled Teen Mom star is not on drugs, and is instead suffering from severe emotional distress. Her mother has stated that Leah is in rehab for stress and depression, but others in her inner circle know otherwise.”
According to a report by In Touch Weekly, Leah Messer will remain in a Utah rehab facility until later this month.
“She’s ready for her 30-day stint of therapy. She’s being treated for depression and stress. She’s always put other people’s needs ahead of her own, and her mental health suffered because of it.”
For more of Leah Messer and her family, tune into Teen Mom 2 season six, when the new installment premieres on July 9 at 10 p.m. on MTV.
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