It is believed to be curtains for “Teen Mom 2” stars Leah and Jeremy Calvert. Following several rumors of a forthcoming split, it is now being reported that Leah, 23, has finalized her divorce from her husband of three years.
Us Weekly reports that the MTV reality stars finalized their divorce on Monday. Leah, who is said to be receiving rehabilitation for drug use and depression at Cirque Lodge in Utah, was not at Monday’s hearing, but that she was reportedly represented by her lawyer. In Touch is reporting “Teen Mom 2” star participated in the hearing over the phone.
Despite speculation of an upcoming custody battle, Us Weekly shares that Leah and Jeremy, 26, have agreed to share custody of their 2-year-old daughter Adalynn. While the details of their custody agreement are unknown, the magazine reports that Jeremy will have visitation rights.
This is Leah’s second divorce. She split from her first husband, Corey Simms, in 2011. The couple had been married for six months. They share 5-year-old twin daughters Ali and Aleeah. Corey has since gone on to remarry. He and his wife Miranda are currently expecting their first child together.
While Leah and Jeremy’s divorce reportedly only just made official, Jeremy was spotted with his new girlfriend Brooke last month, according to the Ashley’s Reality Roundup. The spotting occurred following Jeremy’s four-wheeler accident at an off-road park in Ohio in May.
“Teen Mom 2” Season 6 premieres on MTV July 9. A trailer for the new season confirms that the forthcoming installment will focus on Leah’s martial issues. “The girl I feel in love with ain't the girl I got now,” Jeremy tells a visibly upset Leah in the trailer.
Rumors of Leah and Jeremy’s tumultuous marriage first surfaced in October 2014 after several tabloids reported that Leah had cheated. While Leah denied the claims, Jeremy hinted at their marriage troubles online, posting a photo of a Summit RV Camper with the phrase, “Home away from home,” on Twitter on Nov. 14, 2014. Leah later added fuel to the fire days later by tweeting quotes about “failure.” Later that same month, In Touch reported that Jeremy had filed for divorce.