Teen Mom 2 star Leah Messer has settled a custody dispute with her ex, Corey Simms, over their twin daughters.
Simms, 25, and Messer, 22, will share custody of daughters Ali and Aleeah, RadarOnline reported this week.
The two had a “very amicable” hearing on Dec. 8 in West Virginia’s Kanawha County Court, said Rusty Webb of The Webb Law Centre, who represents Simms.
Simms and wife Miranda will have the twins for three nights a week, while Messer gets them four nights.
Regarding Ali, who has a form of muscular dystrophy, “there will be a shared responsibility to get her to and from appointments,” Webb told Radar. “Both parents will be present for her therapy visits.”
Webb added that the two are “both very happy with the situation. Everybody is getting along.”
Meanwhile, another report is saying Messer will come back to Teen Mom 2 after she told a fan on Twitter she didn’t “want her drama on TV anymore.” She added that she was “scarred by how her split with Corey [Simms] played out on TV.”
But Us Magazine, citing sources close to the matter, said she’ll be back. Messer and Calvert have also worked out their differences and are still in a relationship. Another source told Radar a few days ago that she’ll be “back after all.”
“Jeremy and Leah are still together. He’s not checked out of their marriage,” another source told the publication.