Leah Messer has had her shares of struggles over the past year alone, as she’s been criticized by Teen Mom fans for not being there for her daughters. It’s no secret that Leah has struggled with her emotions and her anxiety, but she’s tried to turn it around. She got some professional help and she tried to clear her name when accusations of drug abuse surfaced. But it sounds like Messer’s struggles aren’t completely over.

According to a new tweet, Leah Messer is now revealing that she has to deal with yet another major issue in her life.

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It’s no secret that she has struggled financially in the past and a huge setback was learning that her insurance wouldn’t cover a wheelchair for her daughter Ali, who struggled to walk. She was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy. But they managed to get enough money together to get her a wheelchair, something she has been very happy about.

Leah Messer says United Airlines did something unacceptable

Messer has been traveling with her daughter and it sounds like she checked in her daughter’s wheelchair with the trust that they would take care of it.

Sadly, this wasn’t the case.

“This is despicable United!! How can you destroy a child's wheelchair and turn the other cheek! THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE! Now I'm standing [Ohare] HOPING I don't miss my flight. As I am waiting for her wheelchair to be transported to our plane. #why #disappointed,” Leah Messer revealed in an Instagram post, sharing a picture of the destroyed wheelchair.

Before Leah went on the plane to fly home, the airline reached out to her in hopes of making it all better.

“Could you please DM the confirmation number, phone number, email address and MileagePlus number? We'd like to follow-up.

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^KV,” a United Airlines representative wrote back to her on Twitter, to which Leah replied, “yes! I just made it to my gate and boarding. Will send it as soon as I land. Thank you.”

Leah Messer has struggled with Ali’s wheelchair before

This isn’t the first time that Leah has struggled with the wheelchair. For a while, Corey Simms really wanted his daughter to try walking instead of relying on the wheelchair. But Leah wanted to do what was best for her daughter.

What do you think of Leah Messer’s message to United Airlines?