According to the report, Leah Messer-Calvert’s business, which she started with a few friends, could be in some hot water. “This business is very much illegal,” a spokesperson for the West Virginia State Board of Bar said when asked about the Gloss salon.
The “Teen Mom” and her co-workers reportedly charge $60 for a makeup session and $300 for pageant preparation, but since they aren’t licensed they it’s illegal for the girls, not to mention they don’t have an actual shop and are working out of their client’s homes.
“They have to have an actual shop. They need a place for clients to go,” says the spokesperson, revealing that Leah is only “a cosmetology student with more than a year of school left to go.”
It’s unclear about what sort of fallout could come from Leah Messer’s investigation. However, the worst case scenario is that the board bans her from ever working in the cosmetology field for the rest of her life.
This controversy comes just months after Leah Messer and her husband Jeremy Calvert engaged in a Twitter mess where Jeremy accused Leah of cheating on him with her ex-boyfriend, and Messer’s ex-husband, Corey Simms, filed for custody of their twin daughters, Ali and Aleeah.
Since that time the “Teen Mom” has gotten back together with Jeremy Calvert and worked out a custody agreement with Corey Simms, but it doesn’t look like she’ll be able to work out whatever trouble may be coming her way with her illegal business investigation.
Will Leah be forced to quit cosmetology school and find a new career path after it’s taken her so long to find something that she loves? Coincidentally, Leah’s co-star Chelsea Houska is also in the beauty business and had to go through some red tape to get her license.
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