MTV star Leah Messer has been labeled a “pill popper” ahead of tonight’s new episode of Teen Mom 2 Season 6. On August 19, Radar Online shared a sneak peek at the show’s latest episode, which features the MTV star announcing plans to enter a “therapeutic treatment place,” and in the title of their post, the site called Messer a “pill popper ‘Teen Mom.’ “
After the MTV star told her then-estranged husband, Jeremy Calvert (who is now her second ex-husband, the first being Corey Simms), of her plans to treat her yet-to-be-identified issues, he informs her that he’s planning to divorce her — and won’t change her mind if even she completes a treatment program.
“Why do you get like this? I do not understand,” the MTV star sobs after Calvert reveals his thoughts on ending their marriage.
The MTV star has been seen acting a bit strange for the entirety of the sixth season of Teen Mom 2. In addition to her marital troubles with Calvert and her custody battle with Simms, Messer seems to be struggling with what Calvert believes to be an addiction issue. At the start of the season, fans learned the MTV star was taking prescription pain killers to tend to her intense headaches, which she claims are the result of her painful birth with daughter Adalynn, 2.
As the Inquisitr previously reported, the MTV star has been battling Simms for their daughters since the season began, and online, she’s appeared to fire a few shots at him and his wife, Miranda. In one of the MTV star’s latest posts to Facebook, Messer claimed she had been faced with someone who was treating her poorly because of their own personal issues.
“People’s tirades against you will probably reveal to you just how unhappy and disillusioned and frustrated that person is with life, and that’s their problem, not yours. You don’t need to take on someone else’s burden. They need to deal with their anger.
To put others down in an attempt to gain attention, validation, or happiness shows if you’re not jealous of whether have, you show that you’re unhappy with what you have when you intentionally offend them. How you treat others is a direct extension of how you feel about yourself, and when you try to make someone else feel bad or embarrassed of who they are, it’s deplorable.”
For more of MTV star Leah Messer, tune into Teen Mom 2 Season 6 on Thursday nights at 10 p.m.
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