Leah Messer, reality star of MTV’s controversial show “Teen Mom 2” is reportedly pregnant again and engaged to her boyfriend of six months. Jeremy Calvert popped the question to Messer over the holidays.

Leah Messer, reality star of MTV’s controversial show “Teen Mom 2” is reportedly pregnant again and engaged to her boyfriend of six months. Jeremy Calvert popped the question to Messer over the holidays. Messer’s very messy divorce from her then husband and father to her twins, Corey Simms, was documented for the television show and spread across the tabloids. Messer and Simms were dating for a very short time before Messer found out she was pregnant with twins. The couple married after the twins were born, only to divorce a mere six months later in April of 2011. The news of Messer’s engagement to Calvert comes as a surprise to many and critics are outraged that MTV is airing the dramatic life of 19-year-old. Many believe it is sending the wrong message to teens and young adults. Full article.

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