Jordan posted a series of videos from 2014 to 2015 under the name Meth Man. In one of the videos titled, "West Virginia Meth Man finds his woman?" he begged for drugs. "Reckon I could be persuaded, given you're providing some meth. Maybe we could talk a little bit? Maybe meet up? Have a drink? Maybe? I need my meth!"
In a second video, he sang in the shower, "Get me some meth. I don't care. I love meth!"
After the Ray Rice scandal broke, where the NFL pro was caught on camera punching his then-fiancée in the face, Jordan made a video on the ordeal. "Just want to make a little comment about Ray Rice," he said. "Think he can go around punching women in the mouth, knocking them out cold! When I was high on meth one time I did it and nobody got mad at me. They just expect it out of me!"
In another shocking video, he sang, "Bout to go score me some meth! Meth I love you. I shoot it in my veins. I snort it up my nose. I smoke it in a pip. Meth, meth, meth, you're my best friend."
In his very first video, he said, "You do meth for six months and people think there is something wrong with you. Come on! Everybody's doing it! I'm fine!
In another video, he explained how the motel he's been staying in doesn't take kindly to squatters. "My new place? Pine valley trailer park," he said.
Fortunately for Messer, 26, Jordan's YouTube channel is a parody. "Jason Jordan meth man on YouTube," he said in a now-deleted tweet. "Making fun of West Virginia meth addicts." Starcasm was the first to report on the videos.
The Ashley's Reality Roundup was the first to report on Messer's new love. According to the site, he is a 39-year-old father of one to son Raylan.
On an episode of Teen Mom 2, Messer's baby daddy Corey Simms accused her of drug use when she was caught on various episodes slurring her words and falling asleep mid-sentence. "We think Leah could be taking powerful painkillers including Lortab and Percocet," a source told RadarOnline.com. "They are very easy to get on the streets in her hometown. Sometimes she drops her girls off with her mom at night and takes painkillers or drinks heavily. Dawn is all too eager to help out and tries to keep Leah's secrets hidden."
Although Messer has denied drug use, she admitted to taking hydrocodone and Percocet after her daughter Adalynn's birth in 2013. She also completed a rehab stint in June 2015, but insisted it was for anxiety and depression.
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