Leah Messer is biting the hand that feed her. Again.
The twice-divorced mother of three — who rose to fame on MTV’s docu-soap TEEN MOM 2 — is once again claiming the shows that pays her more than $100,000 per year is guilty of manipulative editing.
“Oh, how I love this fake a#% TV show,” she tweeted to her 1.24 million followers on Twitter yesterday, carefully attaching the hashtag, “#SoOverIt.”
Leah’s panties are in a bunch because she didn’t like the way a scene from Monday night’s episode turned out.
On screen, viewers see Leah, 23, sitting down to dinner with her ex-husband, Jeremy Calvert. During the talk, the West Virginia native confesses: “You were the one person, I thought, like, I couldn’t imagine myself being with anyone else. I’m telling you, like, mmm …”
Jeremy’s priceless reaction: “You buzzin’?”
The conversation progressed until it seemed Leah was second guessing their decision to split up.
But the editing, she insists, failed to show her Ex apparently agreeing.
“I’m 99.9% sure those mutual,” Leah told her fans. I could go into detail, but I won’t.”
This is not the first time the reality star had had a public beef with her bosses.
Last month she moaned about how her story had been inaccurately manipulate in the season 7 premiere.
“It’s so sad how the person behind the editing can even live a happy life by editing to manipulate the audience watching,” she wrote. “It makes me feel like my life story isn’t enough.”
TEEN MOM 2 airs Mondays on MTV.