MTV Star Leah Messer Speaks Out Against Bullying On Facebook Ahead Of The New Episode Of ‘Teen Mom 2’

MTV star Leah Messer shared an anti-bullying message with fans on Facebook ahead of the September 3 episode of Teen Mom 2. After weeks of fighting back against allegations of having an addiction to prescription pain medication, the MTV star posted a link to a story about a 7-year-old who had been bullied, along with the caption, “My heart goes out to this little girl. No one should be bullied!”

In the story shared by the MTV star, the story of the first grader was recounted.

According to Little Things, the child had been faced with an 11-year-old boy, who had bullied her throughout her young life, and at one point, put her in the hospital after beating her up badly. Then, after her mother started a Facebook support page for the child, bikers in the area showed up to her home to show the support, and walked the streets with the child to show her she was not alone.

Although the MTV star never said anything pertaining to her own life, and how she may have felt bullied in the past, she has endured quite the dramatic sixth season of Teen Mom 2. During the show, Messer has been accused of having a “drug problem” by her ex-husband, Corey Simms, and an “addiction issue” by her second ex-husband, Jeremy Calvert. However, despite their claims, and despite having entered treatment in May, the MTV star has continued to deny having any issues with addiction.

As the Inquisitr previously reported, the MTV stars’ ex-husband, Simms, the father of her twin girls, Ali and Aleeah, 5, recently called her out on Twitter, claiming the allegation he and wife Miranda have made on the show weren’t as careless as Messer had hinted. In fact, according to Simms, he had good reason to believe the rumors of the MTV star’s reported addiction to drugs were “very much true.”

“Idk why I’m tweeting this because I honestly do not care what people think or what they say about me but anyways. There is a reason for everything that Miranda and myself have said or done. We simply want the girls to grow up in a safe and healthy environment. There is a lot of things that has been told to us by very close members of her family that lead us to believe the things being told are very much true. If we didn’t care about the girls or the situation we would obviously not have anything to say or do about it.”

For more of MTV star Leah Messer, tune into Teen Mom 2 season 6 on Thursday nights at 10 p.m. on MTV.

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