It appears another “Teen Mom 2” star’s marriage is coming to a close. Following several rumors of marital discord and a forthcoming divorce between MTV reality stars Leah and Jeremy Calvert, one outlet is now reporting that Jeremy was recently spotted with a new love interest following a recent off-roading accident.
The Ashley’s Reality Roundup reports that Jeremy, 26, was injured while out testing his new four-wheeler at an off-road park in Ohio earlier this week. A source “very close” to the MTV reality star told the outlet Jeremy “broke his collarbone” after his vehicle flipped several times. He was taken to a hospital to be treated for his injuries and has reportedly since been released.
While Jeremy’s rumored accident is garnering attention from “Teen Mom 2” fans, Jeremy’s passenger during the incident is also causing some noteable buzz. The Ashley reports that Jeremy was riding with his "new girlfriend" Brooke at the time of the accident. So, just who is Jeremy’s new leading lady? While her last name is unknown, it is being reported that she is a college student from St. Clairsville, Ohio. And just like “Teen Mom OG” star Amber Portwood’s fiancé Matt Baier, she is reportedly a big “Teen Mom” fan.
While Jeremy was spending time with his new love interest, Leah was allegedly filming her stay in rehab for the upcoming season of “Teen Mom 2.” “Leah didn’t go willingly,” the Ashley reports. “The show’s producers had to essentially force Leah to go.”
In Touch Weekly first reported that Leah, 23, had entered rehab earlier this month amidst filming for Season 6 of “Teen Mom 2.” Her alleged 30-day visit to the treatment program come on the heels of claims from the magazine she has been “getting high for years” on illegally-obtained painkillers.
Leah shares one daughter with Jeremy, Adalynn, 2. She also has 5-year-old twin girls with ex-husband Corey Simms, Ali and Aleeah.
Season 6 of “Teen Mom 2,” which will also star Janelle Evans, Kailyn Lowry and Chelsea Houska, will reportedly feature Leah and Jeremy’s marriage problems. The new season premieres Thursday, July 9, at 10 p.m. EDT on MTV.