‘Teen Mom 2′: Leah & Jeremy Struggle Financially Over Ali’s Medical Bills

Wed, July 23, 2014 11:00pm EDT by 7 Comments 14,005 Article Views
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pete2211

Posted at 8:00 AM on August 28, 2014  

Kailyn needs to keep her distance with Jo. Be nice and cordial and end it there–do not look for anything more. Celebrations should be left to each doing their own for Isaac. Do nothing to complicate the situation and know how Jo will lie and say things Kailyn never said. Jo fancies himself that all women want him. So she needs to keep them at a safe distance.

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pete2211

Posted at 7:52 AM on August 28, 2014  

Too many guys want their cake and eat it too. Did not the court set down who pays for medical insurance? She needs to apply for The Affordable Healthcare Act–all children are covered. Leah with an ill child is now seeing and being educated what healthcare in this country is like. Most people do not know when they have no real illness in their lives to worry about till they get older or have a chronically ill child then its “wham”. Private insurance from employers want healthy people not those who are chronically needing medical attention.

Maybe this is why Cory is bulking about accepting the child’s illness and wants everyone else to go into denial. Is he only seeing the $$ involved. And not having a wheelchair is only going to restrict her and prevent her from being free to participate in things with other children.

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saj

Posted at 3:06 PM on August 28, 2014  

Corey has joint custody of Ali and pays child support. Ali is not ill and Corey is not going to treat her like she has some disease. Corey is not in denial of Ali’s condition, he is not going to put Ali in a wheelchair when she can walk and is practically running. She doesn’t need to be relying on a wheelchair when she could be using a mortorized or electric scooter,

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pete2211

Posted at 3:45 PM on August 30, 2014  

When you have joint custody you do not pay child support.

 
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saj

Posted at 4:46 PM on August 30, 2014  

Pete2211 Get an education before you speak. It depends on the court, if they cannot decide who to give FULL custody to, the one who is making the most money has to pay child support.

 
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saj

Posted at 10:14 PM on August 31, 2014  

Corey has always had to pay child support, because when the twins were with Leah she had no income of her own to support them and the court wanted to make sure the twins were being taken care of when they are with Leah. When Leah found out that Corey was making more money she went back to court to get more child support! Is it FAIR. NO So quit feeling sorry for Leah. Corey is the one with the bills! You don’t hear him complaining about Ali’s medical bills, either.. Of all the teen dads, he has stepped up and is being a good father.

 
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saj

Posted at 4:17 PM on July 26, 2014  

Why is this article titled Leah and Jeremy Struggle Financially Over Ali’s Medical Bills when it is COREY’s insurance that is covering Ali’s medical bills and wheelchair and COREY is paying child support! Hello ! Leah’s part time minumum wage job wouldn’t even pay for her getting her makeup, hair and nails and tanning done every week . It wouldn’t pay for a babysitter for 3 kids either. What a joke.!

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