Leah Calvert and Corey Simms of ‘Teen Mom 2’ have been feuding about child support and custody of their daughters for a while now so Leah took to Facebook to explain her side of the situations:
“I am admitting that I shouldn’t have been using bad language in front of my children. It was in the heat of the moment and It was a scene where you only saw certain parts of the filming! As for the child support issue, he was ordered, by the State of WV, the $1200 a month in child support. I wanted to work with him and was willing to accept $800 a month. Approximately 6 months after that he wasn’t paying his half of the medical bills, to which all of them were in my name and I was getting collection letters. I agreed to lower his payments to $200 a month so we could pay off the medical bills. This agreement lasted for a year and they never were paid. This is when we went back to court, to get the bills paid and out of collections! Also, to restore my credit.“
There are still some things that don’t quite add up here. Leah doesn’t seem to have an issue with credit considering it took one phone call to get her limit raised on a card so she could buy a new washer and dryer. Also why would she allow the bills to go unpaid? Why not pay them and then take Corey to court for the half he owes? How many days per week does Corey have the girls? Leah says one day a week but Corey says Friday through Monday… These are questions that I hope get answered in upcoming episodes of the show.