Leah Messer in Trouble Again Over School Drop-Off

She just can't seem to catch a break! Leah Messer apparently got some flack recently for a routine school drop-off for her twins, and took to social media to address the situation.


It seems as though some other parents were perturbed by the Teen Mom 2 star, who had MTV cameras following her to the bus stop to take Ali and Aleeah Grace to school.

It's not the first time Leah has landed in hot water over school drop-off either. Last year she even lost custody (temporarily) of her twin daughters to ex Corey Simms, in large part because she was having trouble getting them to school on time.

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This year, she may be getting them to the bus stop in a timely manner, but the other parents don't seem too thrilled with her presence. Or more specifically, the presence of MTV cameras following her around for the upcoming season of Teen Mom 2.

In a now-deleted note on Instagram, Leah wrote: 

There were NO cameras filming at my girls' bus stop this morning ... MTV follows my life and happened to be doing so this morning at my home. HOWEVER, I personally have more than enough RESPECT for the other children & parents that I knew would be there to make it VERY clear to MTV that no cameras were to be filming at the bus stop. I hope the person who seemed to be frustrated that the crew was following behind me in a car does see this and knows that my priority is my children, and our school, and my job on TV will never interfere with that. If you have ANY questions or concerns feel free to contact me directly.

Interesting. Since the note has been deleted, we can only hope that the issue has been resolved.

Meanwhile, we'd like to point out that MTV has always been respectful of filming when it comes to the kids and their schools and classmates. As much as we'd love to see more scenes like their first days of school, or special events, we respect that the network is protecting the privacy of other families who did not sign up to be on a TV show.

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Thankfully, Leah seems to be very sensitive to the subject, and open to discussing it with the other parents. The last thing she needs is more criticism for being a negligent mom.


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