'Teen Mom 2' Leah Messer: I'm Scared To Go Through Ali's Medical Drama Alone

Wed, December 21, 2011 3:35pm EST by 3 Comments

Leah reveals her greatest fear — that she’ll have to deal with Ali’s scary medial drama by herself! She needs Corey for support!

In a bonus clip from the Dec. 20 episode on Teen Mom 2, Leah Messer and Corey Simms anxiously wait while their daughter Ali gets an MRI. In the heartbreaking scene, Leah opens up about how much she needs support while they try to find an answer to Ali’s developmental issues.

“It was scary at first,” Leah tells Corey. “It’s hard. I was scared that I was going to have to go by myself. Because I get so scared, and can you imagine me having to go by myself?”

She tells Corey it meant a lot to her that he went, and he says he was happy to go.

Although they aren’t married anymore — and Leah has the support of her new beau Jeremy Calvert — they still have to co-parent. They need each other during frightening medical drama like this!

More drama:

  1. Leah Messer Wants Her Boyfriend To Be The Twins’ Dad
  2. ‘Teen Mom 2? Preview: Leah Messer Breaks Down As Ali Is Sedated For Her MRI
  3. Corey Simms’ B-Day Party For Ali & Aleeah — 15 Adorable Pics


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Posted at 4:47 PM on December 21, 2011  

Is it just me or has hollybaby became teen mom headquarters!!!!!

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Posted at 6:39 AM on December 22, 2011  

Carrie you are a disgusting excuse for a human being,God wouldn’t have give her Ali if he thought she couldn’t cope and in no way is it a punishment. You shouldn’t judge cause you never know what way your kids will be,if your lucky enough to have them. I know people with special needs that are happily married with families of their own

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Posted at 8:18 AM on December 22, 2011  

And this is why HollyBaby always has to turn off the comments on Leah articles.

Seriously something is clinically wrong with you if you feel the need to make fun of someone you dont know, and a child who has a developmental issue.

You’re a sorry excuse for a human being Carrie.

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