Leah Messer: SLAMMED By Fans For Criticizing Miranda Simms!

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If you watch Teen Mom 2 online, then you're probably aware that Leah Messer hasn't been portrayed in the most flattering light this season.

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On recent episodes, Leah has butted heads with Miranda Simms over what she alleged is Simms' negligence toward her daughter Ali, who suffers from muscular dystrophy.

Specifically the ladies clashed over the accusation that Miranda refused to help Ali carry her backpack while she was walking into school.

The conflict stemmed from a recording in which Ali was heard to complain, “Miranda always gets mad at me cause my backpack is too heavy."

Leah became emotional after viewing the footage, saying, “I can’t watch it without getting angry or wanting to cry ... I don’t know what to do.”

Miranda was understandably not happy with being portrayed as the bad guy, as she claims she was unable to assist Ali due to the fact that she was carrying her infant son, Remington.

It doesn't take much to turn fans against Leah, so perhaps we shouldn't be surprised that social media seems to be overwhelmingly Team Miranda.

On last night's episode of Teen Mom 2, Miranda made a strong case for why Leah should trust her a bit more with regard to her children.

Leah reluctantly agreed, and she even agreed to attend co-parenting sessions with Miranda and Corey.

Even so, many fans on Twitter believe Leah as in the wrong and should be begging Miranda for an apology:

"U never had ur hands full when you had ur 3rd child & couldn't help a child with a book bag?" tweeted one viewer.

"Maybe you should invest in a rolling backpack for your daughter @TM2LeahDawn that way she doesn't have to carry a heavy bag," wrote another.

Leah didn't respond directly, but she did post a meme reading:

"Should you ever find yourself the victim of other people's bitterness, smallness, or insecurities, remember things could be worse ... you could be them."

Sigh. She tries, but things will never be easy for Leah on Twitter ... or in life, for that matter.

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