‘Teen Mom 2’ Leah Messer Texts While Driving, Gets Mad At Ali After She Tells Corey Simms She Took Her Late To School

Leah Messer is seen picking up her daughters, 6-year-old Ali and Aleeah, from school in a sneak peek at the upcoming episode of Teen Mom 2, and after hearing that Ali had told her ex-husband, Corey Simms, that she was taking the girls to school late, Leah Messer became upset.

“You know what Ali told daddy?” Aleeah asks Leah Messer in the clip.

“What?” Leah Messer answers as she looks down at her phone and begins typing as she drives.

“You make us get here not late, mommy does,” Aleeah replies, quoting her twin sister, Ali.

During Monday night’s latest episode of Teen Mom 2 Season 7, Leah Messer discovered her ex-husband, Simms, had been granted primary custody of their twins after the judge expressed his concern in Leah Messer’s ability to transport her kids to school on time. Although Leah Messer claimed her kids weren’t late to school, her lawyer informed her of the judge’s decision, explaining that Simms had been left in charge of getting the girls to school from Monday until Thursday, while she would be required to take them on Friday.

“You been getting there on time,” Leah Messer tells her daughter as the sneak peek continues. “Ali, why would you lie like that? First of all, you guys have no business worrying about what time you get to school. You guys just need to school…need to go to school…Let me and your father handle what time you get to school.”

“You understand Ali?” Leah Messer says to her daughter as she attempts to see her in her rear-view mirror.

But Ali appears distracted and has removed her glasses, which further frustrates Leah Messer, who then scolds her, saying, “Give me those damn glasses!”

“Don’t even talk about it! Do you hear me Ali?” Leah Messer asks as she again looks to the back seat.

While Leah Messer has exhibited some bad behavior on the show, including her texting while driving, and her failure to feed her kids before school, she claimed on Twitter several days ago that it is actually MTV’s fault that she’s been looking like a bad parent on the series. In fact, she went as far as to call out her editor, claiming she felt betrayed by someone she trusted to tell he story.

“It’s so sad how the person behind the editing can even live a happy life by editing to manipulate the audience watching. It makes me feel like my story just isn’t enough,” Leah Messer told fans.

Leah Messer went on to tell fans that although she did “hit rock bottom,” she’s in a better place today and chose to share her story in an effort to help others. Meanwhile, MTV reportedly had other plans and chose to showcase her bad behavior, which has led to tons of bad mom claims online.

“It would break my heart! I wanted to bring awareness and HELP others and if MTV couldn’t share that then I will do it on my own the way God wants me to!!!!” Leah Messer continued. “It hurts to feel BETRAYED by the ones I THOUGHT I could trust with my story.”

For more of Leah Messer, Corey Simms, and their families, tune into Teen Mom 2 Season 7, airing on Monday nights at 10 p.m., and check out the full sneak peek at next week’s new episode below.

[Photo via Leah Messer/Facebook]