Finally, peace in the Teen Mom world!
One month after RadarOnline.com exclusively revealed that Leah Messer and ex Corey Simms came to a custody agreement following a years-long court battle, the former couple is still getting along.
The new arrangement "is working out just fine," a source close to the Teen Mom 2 stars exclusively told Radar. "Everything is running smoothly."
The insider revealed that doting dad Simms gets 6-year-old twins Ali and Aleeah from Monday after school until Thursday morning, while Messer, 23, has custody of their daughters from Thursday after school until Monday morning.
The girls' father, 26, also has them the second weekend of the month.
"Both Leah and Corey are very happy with the new schedule," the source insisted. "They are on great terms."
To Teen Mom 2 fans, the truce may be shocking.
Last year, Simms and her wife Miranda publicly accused Messer of abusing drugs and being a bad mom.
"You're not doing what you're supposed to do. Get your sh*t together and do what you're supposed to do and there will be no issues," Simms shouted on camera. "You're a fake a** mom right now."
Meanwhile, Messer said Simms only wanted custody of the girls for financial gain.
The custody battle's bitter moments, including when Simms had primary custody of the twins for four months, will play out on the upcoming season of Teen Mom 2.
"Corey is trying to take our kids from me," Messer sobs in the new trailer. "What's life without your kids?"
Season 7 premieres March 21 on MTV.