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Leah Messer has faced reports of bad parenting and drug use for years and now, she's admitting to fans that she's a "hot mess." Although fans won't be reunited with Messer and her family until next week, the "Teen Mom 2" star has already taken aim at MTV, claiming she's nervous about how they will edit her to appear to viewers.

After refusing to feed her kids before school years ago and being featured allowing her youngest child to eat packets of Sweet and Low, Messer took aim at MTV during an interview with Radar Online days ago, in which she admitted that she never really knows what fans are going to see when the show airs. She also said there was "a lot of editing" done to her footage.

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Leah Messer slammed MTV on Twitter months ago

After appearing to be quite out of it during episodes of "Teen Mom 2" earlier this year, Leah Messer said that she didn't understand how the person behind editing could live a happy life after they allegedly manipulated the audience. She also said it was sad.

Also during the show, Messer claimed she was pretty sure that her ex-husband, Jeremy Calvert, wanted her back, despite his relationship with Brooke Wehr. As fans will recall, Messer and Calvert sat down for a meal during filming to discuss the fallout of their marriage, which ended in late 2014 due to what Calvert believed was an affair between Messer and her ex-boyfriend, Robbie Kidd (Messer also cheated on first husband Corey Simms with Kidd).

Leah Messer denied drug use claims made on the show

During earlier episodes of "Teen Mom 2," Messer faced allegations of drug use after she began to act strangely on camera. After being seen slurring her words and nearly nodding out while holding a baby, Messer's ex-husbands, Calvert and Simms, were seen discussing her issues. However, while both men spoke of a drug addiction, Messer claimed she was not addicted to anything.

To see more of Leah Messer and her family, tune in to the premiere of "Teen Mom 2" season 7B on Monday, January 2, at 9 p.m.

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