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‘Teen Mom’ star Leah Calvert: ‘Corey doesn’t think anything is wrong’

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Teen Mom” star Leah Calvert and her family learned what has been haunting little Ali all of her life on Tuesday’s episode of the show. Throughout the show, Leah has revealed that Ali has had some developmental issues and it started out with her leg not being straight. Leah has been pro-active in her treatment for Ali, so when she learned that Ali would have to use a wheelchair later in life, she fell apart. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report published on Feb. 6, “Teen Mom” star Leah Calvert is now revealing that she thinks that her ex-husband is in denial about Ali’s diagnosis.

"I think he's in denial," Leah revealed after the show. "And he swears he's not in denial. But he's always like 'there's nothing wrong.' I feel like he felt like in order to stay positive he has to deny it." Of course, Leah and Jeremy are talking through this diagnosis, but it sounds like she doesn’t think that Corey is being so pro-active. It sounds like he thinks that Ali will get better and fight through it.

"It's hard for us to work together if he doesn't admit it a little bit so we can make the right decisions for Ali," Leah continued. "I have so much hope for my baby girl that I would do anything for her. He's putting his feelings kinda before her needs right now. Because he doesn't want to accept it."

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