After a heated battle between ‘Teen Mom 2’ stars Leah Messer and Corey Simms a judge has finally ruled that the parents have 50/50 shared custody of their twin daughters Ali and Aleeah.
Corey Simms had won primary custody of the girls when Leah had been failing to get them to school on time or at all in some cases. However Leah was able to go back and prove that she did have the girls to school on time. She claimed that it was an error by the school. “I talked to the superintendent,” she told Us Weekly back in October, “and I’m sending them the [time-stamped] pictures I took to prove the girls were not tardy. They’re going to take them off.”
According to a source that spoke with the magazine Leah will now have her daughters Thursdays through Sundays, and Corey will have them the remainder of the week plus one weekend per month.
“[Leah] proved in court that the kids were not tardy to school, so the judge said there was no reason the kids shouldn’t be with their mom predominantly,” the insider said.