The never-ending custody battle between Leah Messer and Corey Simms has finally reached an end.
And a peaceful one, at that.
In a court hearing that took place yesterday, the two agreed to share equal custody of their six-year-old twin daughters Ali and Aleeah, reported Radar Online.
“The hearing went very smoothly," a source close to Simms told the site. "They both finally came to an agreement that was best for everyone.”
This of course is terrific news for Leah, who lost custody of the girls last October following a nasty divorce from Jeremy Calvert and news of her prescription drug addiction becoming public.
However, after completing rehab, Leah fought back and was able to secure another hearing after the courts learned that Corey lied about his income.
The Teen Mom 2 star also accused her ex of tampering with their daughters' school attendance records in order to frame her.
She convinced school supervisors that the records were inaccurate, and the girls were marked late or absent when they were actually present in the classroom.
Her efforts have evidently paid off, and amazingly, both parties seem to be satisfied.
“Everyone is getting along for the first time in a long time,” an insider told the site. “It’s what’s best for the twins.”
It's no secret that Leah has made some epically bad parenting decisions over the years, but we sincerely hope these two can get their acts together and behave like responsible adults so their kids can have a fighting chance at a normal life.