In an exclusive interview with Radar, Leah Messer admitted she’s scared of what will happen next season due to the fact that MTV producers have a tendency to do sneaky editing.
“There is a lot of editing and all that. You don’t know what’s going to be on air,” she said in the interview.
Messer has been the subject of a lot of Teen Mom controversy for parenting techniques that many fans objected to. Messer, as a result, threatened to leave the show numerous times but
can’t get another job has stayed regardless.
She’s not the first Teen Mom to express dissatisfaction with how MTV takes care of business. Most recently, Amber Portwood announced she was leaving the show due to unfair treatment.
“Sad to say but I’m not going to be apart of #Teenmomog. The way I have been portrayed and treated is unfair. @MTV sending all my love,” she Tweeted.
“If I was treated fairly it wouldn’t be an issue but it’s been nothing but disrespect since the reunion show. Which keeps continuing today.
“Nothing has been dealt with or has made me feel any safer to even move on with people who have continuously hidden things from the network. The day I’m shown some respect by the people I’ve worked with for 8 years is the day I’ll be back. I’ve sacrificed a lot for this show.”
It seems Portwood is angry at the MTV team for not siding with her during a feud with Farrah Abraham. Abraham is without question the most hated member of the Teen Mom crew, by both MTV cast members and fans alike, but every good show needs a villain—- right?
Apparently Portwood could care less about ratings or viewership and instead wants MTV to have her back. Will she suck it up and stick it out like Messer? Only time will tell…