Leah Messer Majorly Dissed By ‘Teen Mom’ Farrah Abraham: ‘She Lost Her Kid’

Leah Messer and Farrah Abraham are currently involved in a bitter feud. Following the release of the Teen Mom OG trailer, Leah Messer took to Twitter, where she told fans she was “Team Larry” after watching Abraham yell at the MTV producer. In the clip, Abraham tells the producer she no longer needs to appear on the “trashy a**” show because she makes millions of dollars doing other things. She also called Larry a “twisted mother f***er.”

In response to the short clip, Leah Messer took to Twitter, where she shared two tweets, claiming she was excited to watch Catelynn Lowell, Maci Bookout, and Amber Portwood on the upcoming show, and adding that she was “Team Larry,” and “sorry not sorry.”

Days later, Abraham put Leah Messer in her place — in a big way.

During an interview with OK! Magazine on December 14, Abraham addressed Leah Messer’s tweet, telling the magazine, “I’m further along in life than [Leah Messer] is and I just wish her all the best with her kid. I heard she lost her kid—maybe she should focus on that.”

What Abraham was referencing was Leah Messer’s recent court appearance, which resulted in her ex-husband, Corey Simms, being awarded with primary custody of their twin daughters, 5-year-old Ali and Aleeah. As fans of Teen Mom 2 will recall, Simms filed for full custody of the girls in 2014, and has been claiming Leah Messer is hiding a drug problem in the months since (Although Leah Messer denies using drugs, she entered a treatment facility in May of this year after announcing struggles with anxiety and depression).

Following Leah Messer’s October 13 court date, In Touch Weekly confirmed news of her loss of custody.

Corey Simms “was awarded primary custody, effective immediately,” a source revealed days after the hearing. “[Leah Messer] only gets the girls on the weekends now.”

After Simms’ custody filing last year, Leah Messer continued to be faced with drug use allegations, both on Teen Mom 2 and off. During Season 6, Simms and his wife, Miranda, claimed Leah Messer was struggling with a drug addiction, and Leah Messer’s second ex-husband, Jeremy Calvert, identified her issue as a “prescription pill problem,” which she denied.

“[Leah Messer]’s really been screwing up since then, so Corey took her back to court. The judge looked at the girls’ school records, which show that they’ve been late for school, and made the change in custody.”

In addition to Leah Messer’s custody loss with the twins, the In Touch Weekly source claimed the reality star was also facing a potential custody battle over her youngest daughter, 2-year-old Adalynn, the daughter of Calvert.

“Everyone is very worried about Addie. She recently wandered out of the house while [Leah Messer] was distracted. hankfully, a police officer found Addie and brought her back home.”

“If [Jeremy] can find [a job] nearby, he’ll go for the same custody arrangement that Corey did,” the source added.

Currently, Calvert, who was married to Leah Messer for just three years, is working as a pipe layer, and often travels out of town for work for weeks at a time.

Leah Messer and the cast of Teen Mom 2, including Jenelle Evans, Kailyn Lowry, and Chelsea Houska, are currently filming the series’ seventh season, which is expected to return to MTV sometime in 2016. Meanwhile, Abraham and her co-stars return to the network on Monday, January 4, at 10 p.m.

[Photo via Leah Messer/Facebook]