Leah Calvert Planning to Reveal the “Truth” in Her Own Memoir!

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Leah Calvert of ‘Teen Mom 2’ may be taking all her recent scandals and turning them into money. While continuing to deny that she cheated on her second husband Jeremy and that she has a drug problem Leah vows that she will “speak the truth” rather it makes her look bad or not in a new memoir about her life.

Each and everyone out there will learn a lot by reading my book that will be coming when the time is right.” Leah shared on her Facebook fan page.

Leah’s confession about writing a book came while she shared a long rant about defending herself against a facebook page that claims to be “approved” by Corey Simms and his family. Corey’s wife Miranda insists they have no control over the page but Leah doesn’t believe her. The page has been sharing articles about all of the recent Leah scandal and she has taken personal offense to it. A family member of Corey Simms commented to Leah’s facebook page explaining that the page she’s referring to is nothing but someone posting “click-bait” type articles and that it’s not run by anyone in the family.

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By them allowing it then they downgrading my marriage and posting articles that are far from true and downgrading to the mother and step father of Ali and Aleeah.” She fumed. “I have no reason to downgrade anyone but just to speak the TRUTH  rather I look bad or I don’t look bad.” Looks like Leah will be joining fellow ‘Teen Mom’ stars Kailyn Lowry, Amber Portwood, Farrah Abraham and Catelynn Lowell who have all also written books about their lives. Maybe we will actually get the full story this time?

Will you be reading Leah’s book? Will you believe what she puts in it? Sound off below!

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Amber Portwood Wrote a Book About Her Life!

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‘Teen Mom’ star Amber Portwood has come a long way since wrapping filming for the fourth season and she’s announced that she wrote a book about her struggles.

It’s a brutally honest account of how bad my life got,” Amber told Us Weekly. “Addiction. Mental illness. Death. Divorce. Betrayal. Violence. Suicide attempts. Felony charges. Rehab. Drug overdoses and jail… I’m going to tell you how it all happened.

The book is to be called “Never Too Late” and Amber hopes it will inspire others. “I’m living proof that it’s never too late to change your life for the better,” she says.