Leah Messer is finally coming clean. Years after the "Teen Mom 2" star and mother of three was accused of having a prescription pill problem by her ex-husband, Jeremy Calvert, Messer opened up about her past struggles during an episode of her new podcast series, "Life Reboot."

According to a report from Us Weekly, the conversation began after Messer told her listeners that she was opposed to giving her three kids, including eight-year-old twins Aliannah and Aleeah Simms, and five-year-old daughter Adalynn Calvert, anything stronger than numbing gels to address their aches and pains.

“I do know how it feels to become dependent,” Messer admitted.

What led to Leah Messer's pill dependency?

Leah Messer suffered from a botched epidural while giving birth to her youngest child, Adalynn, which is where her troubles began. Luckily, at that time, she had the love and support of her now-ex-husband, who did his best to help her cope. “[Jeremy Calvert] had to carry me from one room to the next because I couldn’t walk,” Messer recalled.

According to the "Teen Mom 2" cast member, she was injected around "13 times" during her epidural and couldn't feel her body after delivering daughter Adalynn. "I couldn’t feel my body. I couldn’t get up and they just put me on morphine," she revealed.

Right away, Messer was admittedly concerned and as she was hooked up to a morphine pump, she told her ex-husband, Jeremy Calvert, "Something’s not right."

Once she returned home after spending several days in the hospital, Leah Messer was put on a number of different drugs and for three months, she tried three different kinds of drugs.

Beforehand, however, the mother of three was completely against the idea of drugs and revealed her father was a drug addict.

What is Jeremy Calvert saying about his ex-wife's struggles?

During Leah Messer's podcast, her ex-husband made an appearance and compared her prescription pill struggles to "hell." As he explained, Messer couldn't get out of bed and was in a lot of pain.

Jeremy Calvert also revealed Messer's father, who was staying in the basement of the home they once shared at the time, was supplying the reality star with pain meds. “He was for sure," Calvert confirmed of Messer's dad. "It was easily available with him living in our basement.”

“By then, I was already dependent on the medication,” Messer explained. “Well, then they put me on Diazepam and it has me nodding off."

Leah Messer and her co-stars, including Briana DeJesus, Jenelle Evans, Chelsea Houska, and Kailyn Lowry, are currently in production on the upcoming ninth season of "Teen Mom 2." The new season will air on MTV sometime in 2019.