Corey Simms Wins Primary Custody Of Twin Daughters With ‘Teen Mom 2’s Leah Messer
Teen Mom 2 will show Corey Simms winning primary custody of his and Leah Messer‘s 6-year-old twins on the episode airing on VH1 Monday, March 28.
Corey Simms Wins Custody Of Twins
In a preview of the forthcoming episode, Simms learns that he’s been granted primary custody of Ali and Alleah. “You got virtually everything you asked for,” his lawyer Rusty Webb tells him in the sneak peek. “You’re going to be primary caretaker, primary legal custodian. [Leah] no longer has the decision making, it’s shared now. So you both have to share it.”
The lawyer also informs Simms that he will have the girls Monday through Friday and that Messer will have them Friday through Monday.
Though the custody news is just breaking on Teen Mom this weekend, Simms was actually granted primary custody back in October. Simms had taken Messer to court after finding reason to believe that the she was not adequately looking after their two children together. One of the problems Simms highlighted was Messer’s alleged failure to get Ali and Aleeah to school on time.
“Leah’s really been screwing up… so Corey took her back to court,” a source told InTouch Weekly at the time. “The judge looked at the girls’ school records, which show that they’ve been late for school, and made the change in custody.”
“Leah’s been crying,” the insider added. “She never thought this would happen.”
Since the Teen Mom 2 sneak peek hit the Internet, Messer has taken to social media with pictures to prove to her critics that she’s a loving and stable mom for Ali, Alleah and her daughter Adalynn with ex-husband Jeremy Calvert.
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