“Teen Mom 2” chronicles the lives of Chelsea Houska, Kailyn Lowry, Jenelle Evans, and Leah Messer. While not everything that goes on in the lives of the girls is always captured on camera, some of the cast members have decided to write books about their lives in order to get the truth out there. According to a Dec. 26 report, it looks like Leah Messer will soon join the ranks of “Teen Mom” stars who have chronicled their lives.
With so much going on in Leah’s life at the moment, it makes sense that she would want to take the reins and let fans know the truth regarding some of the most vicious rumors to plague her. This year alone, she has had to deal with rumors regarding alleged drug abuse and infidelity. Perhaps the most ridiculous rumor to plague the reality show star, though, was that she stole money from her daughter’s bank account. She has vehemently denied the rumors and revealed via a Facebook post that fans will soon know “the truth.”
“Each and every one out there will learn a lot by reading my book that will be coming when the time is right,” Leah Messer revealed to her fans. Despite announcing plans for a book, the “Teen Mom 2” star did not reveal a potential release date for the tell-all nor did she explain what all will be included in the book.
“Teen Mom 2” star Kailyn Lowry has written a memoir which talks about her life before appearing on MTV and reveals things that the cameras didn’t show. Likewise, Farrah Abraham and Amber Portwood have also released memoirs about their lives and a book about Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra is set to be published early next year. Leah Messer did reveal a little bit about her upcoming book in another post.
“I’m doing my best at being as nice as I can be and as PATIENT as I can be for soon it will be my time to speak to everyone and they will see… I will not need a “close source” etc or even an attorney to do it for me. I have no reason to downgrade anyone but just to speak the TRUTH rather I look bad or I don’t look bad. I would never chose to put someone down to lift myself up. I guess each to their own though and they one day will pay that price. This is honestly all I have to say to this post. I’ve never in my life could say some of the things to someone that I see and am called on social media and one day yes you too will have to pay a price for that, if that person is you. I forgive you anyways and love every single person that was given life and I wish NOTHING but the best for you and everyone in this world. Xoxo”
Leah Messer initially declined to sign on for a sixth season of “Teen Mom 2,” but eventually changed her mind. That means fans will get to see Leah and her family on an all-new season sometime next year.