Teen Mom 2 star Leah Messer Calvert is struggling to come to grips with a tragedy that struck her family in the form of her daughter's health.
In July, Leah and her husband Jeremy Calvert received the news that little four-year-old Ali’s health has deteriorated, leaving her in a wheelchair.
That forced the growing family - Leah has three daughters, twins with Corey Simms and one with Jeremy - to find a more handicapped accessible one.
“Things went from bad to worse with Ali and it turns out that she could have to be in a wheelchair soon,” a source close to the reality TV star said.
“This is why Leah and Jeremy have to move out of their new house. They need a house without stairs that’s more handicapped accessible for Ali."
"They are also planning on getting a place that allows horses because that will be part of Ali’s therapy. Leah ordered Ali’s wheelchair a few weeks ago."
"So it’s going to be a big adjustment for the entire family.”
Leah Messer has not confirmed the report, but has been vocal on Twitter about the stress of dealing with something, and having unanswered questions:
- "This week could get worse but then again maybe just maybe some good can come out of it after Wednesday .. So many things left unanswered."
- "Angry is how I feel... No explanation. I hope this is your will god and someday you can give me an explanation. #NoWords"
- "This is happening, is it real? I can wake up from this nightmare at anytime now!"
- "After purchasing our first home together and now moving for the reasons we are is hard to adjust to, but I know it is best for our family!"
The twins' medical problems have been well-documented and serious from day one, but suffering this latest blow will be particularly hard on Leah.
We wish Leah, who co-starred on Teen Mom 2 with Jenelle Evans, Kailyn Lowry and Chelsea Houska, nothing but the best in this tough time.