“Teen Mom 2” fans know that Leah Messer-Calvert and Corey Simms’ daughter, Ali, has health and developmental issues. Viewers have watched Leah struggle with Ali’s diagnosis, and now more bad news has come for the family, according to Aug. 22 reports.
Leah Messer and husband, Jeremy Calvert, recently took Ali to the doctor, and learned that her condition is worsening. In fact, the adorable 4-year-old may need a wheelchair in the future.
The “Teen Mom” and her family were obviously devastated, but are keeping a positive attitude about Ali’s condition.
Leah and Jeremy moved out of their new home and into a home that is more handicapped accessible. This means the new house has no stairs, and plenty of room for horses, which will reportedly be part of Ali Simms’ therapy.
“Things went from bad to worse with Ali and it turns out that she could have to be in a wheelchair soon,” a source close to Leah revealed.
Fans are sending their love to Leah, Corey, and the entire family as they cling to their faith during this difficult time.
Leah Messer-Calvert fans can see more about Ali’s condition when season of “Teen Mom 2” begins airing on MTV.