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Leah Messer Calls 'Teen Mom 2' A 'Fake A** TV Show' After Flirting With Ex-Husband

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Source: MTV

Apr. 20 2016, Published 3:36 p.m. ET

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Jeremy Calvert wasn't interested in getting back together with his flirty ex-wife on Teen Mom 2, but Leah Messer insisted their feelings were mutual! Following this week's episode, Messer accused MTV of editing her dinner date with Calvert.

"You were the one person I thought, like… I couldn't imagine myself being with anyone else," Messer said while out to dinner with her ex. "There's no excuse for the mistakes I've made. But I wonder where would we be had we been together through my treatment."

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Calvert responded how Messer was in a "black hole" and how he tried to save their marriage, but "gave up." 

When she said how they shouldn't have divorced so quickly, he responded, "I was damned if I do, damned if I don't."

But Messer insisted Calvert did have feelings for his ex following their divorce!

"I'm 99.9% sure those feelings were mutual," she tweeted. "I could go in detail, but I won't. Oh, how I love this fake a#% TV show. #SoOverIt."

Although Calvert was broken up from on-again, off-again girlfriend Brooke Wehr at the time of the scene, they are now dating and are moving in together.

After Messer and Calvert divorced in June, she began dating secret boyfriend T.R. Dues. Although she never responded to reports regarding their relationship, she finally came clean!

"We decided we are best at being friends," Messer tweeted after she was accused of keeping "mum" about the romance. "We both have our own lives & kids to worry about FIRST!"

Do you believe Messer's fakery claims? Tell us in the comments!

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