Corey Simms and his family celebrated the Easter holiday on Sunday, March 27 with his twin daughters, Ali and Aleeah, 6. As fans prepare for tonight's episode of Teen Mom 2, in which Corey Simms is awarded primary custody of the girls while Leah Messer is left with just weekends, several photos were shared online of his holiday.
In addition to a photo with Remington Monroe Simms, Ali and Aleeah were featured in another photo, which saw the girls holding their Easter baskets after hunting for eggs.
"Butterflies are out so its ok to he barefoot! Happy Easter today with my beautiful granddaughters. #aligrace," Corey Simms' dad, Jeff, captioned his photo on March 27.
Jeff also shared a photo of Corey Simms' youngest daughter, 4-month-old Remington Monroe Simms, along with the message, "Remington was a happy baby today as she celebrated her first Easter with her family! #remi."
#TeenMom2 sneak peek: Corey Simms wins primary custody of his and Leah Messer's twins. https://t.co/5Ya55kJGlU pic.twitter.com/AhqK39qS1h
— Us Weekly (@usweekly) March 24, 2016
After the seventh season of Teen Mom 2 wrapped production, reports of a couple of exits hit the web, including that of Adam Lind, the ex-boyfriend of Chelsea Houska, and of Jeremy Calvert, Leah Messer's second ex-husband.
"Jeremy is over it," a source told the Ashley's Reality Roundup. "He's tired of being attached to this show, and now that he and Leah are divorced, he doesn't want to be part of her drama. He's tired of dealing with all the negativity that comes from him being on the show, too."
The source also revealed Calvert was planning to take his daughter with Messer, 3-year-old Adalynn, off the show. Because both parents' signatures are required for a minor to film, it is highly unlikely fans will see Adalynn on the show again.
"There's no way MTV would fight it," the source told the Ashley. "They won't go to court or anything. It will make it very hard for the film crews, though, if they are filming Leah and the twins and Addie is not allowed to appear. They will probably try to throw a lot more money Jeremy's way to get him to agree though, but that's the most they'll do."
According to the report, Calvert, like Corey Simms, has a real job and doesn't need to appear on Teen Mom 2 to pay his bills. In fact, Calvert makes an "impressive amount of money on his own," so the additional income from the show actually comes back to bite him around tax time.
In addition to Calvert's exit after Season 7, there have been reports regarding Corey Simms' allegedly reduced role on Teen Mom 2 Season 6. Last week, a source spoke to Radar Online, claiming Corey Simms and his wife, Miranda, opted to film less due to MTV's failure to reveal the truth about Messer's alleged struggles with addiction.
Last season, Messer was seen slurring her words and nodding out and even went to treatment. However, the Teen Mom 2 star's alleged addiction seemed to be covered up -- at least for the most part. Although Corey Simms and Calvert did mention Messer's rumored drug addiction, she never confirmed anything and claimed her stint in treatment was to address issues of anxiety and depression -- not drug use.
Watch #TeenMom's Corey Simms react to winning primary custody over his twins https://t.co/dHPBoagYjn pic.twitter.com/eYwXJXZDwc
— People Magazine (@people) March 22, 2016
For more of Corey Simms and his family, as well as Messer and Calvert, tune into Teen Mom 2 Season 7, airing tonight and every Monday night at 10 p.m. on MTV. Check out a sneak peek at tonight's new episode below.
[Image via Jeremy Calvert/Instagram]