Leah Messer In Rehab, Daughters Split Between Family Members

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“Teen Mom 2” star Leah Messer-Calvert is reportedly away at rehab working on whatever issues it is she seems to have. Although Leah’s been rumored to be addicted to prescription pain killers, her mother Dawn has denied the reports. Meanwhile, Leah’s three daughters, Aleeah, Ali, and Adalynn are split up between different family members, Radar Online reported on May 27.

According to the report, Leah Messer checked herself in to rehab on May 3, leaving her three daughters in the care of family members. The “Teen Mom 2” star’s youngest daughter, Adalynn, is reportedly staying with Leah’s younger sister, Victoria, and her new husband Ben. Victoria has been posted photos of little Adalynn on her social media pages only fueling the rumors that the toddler has been staying with her.

Adalynn’s father, Jeremy Calvert, who is said to be divorcing Leah Messer, often works out of state as a pipeline engineer, and it seems he’s allowing Victoria and Ben to take care of his only child in the absence of both the girl’s parents.

Meanwhile, Leah Messer’s oldest daughters, twins Ali and Aleeah, have seemingly been living with their father, Leah’s ex-husband, Corey Simms. Corey and his family have been posting photos of their fun adventures with the girls, including fishing, since the “Teen Mom” went to rehab. Recently, Corey and his wife, Miranda, announced they were adding to their family and that Miranda was pregnant with their first child together.

It looks like Ali and Aleeah will have yet another sibling as their family continues to grow. Hopefully, Leah Messer will return from rehab happy and healthy and ready to take on being a single mother of three girls who has to co-parent with two different men. It will be a challenge, but with the support of her family fans believe she can do it.

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