Leah Messer is firing back at MTV after feeling like the network portrayed her inaccurately on Teen Mom 2.
The 23-year-old single mom took to Twitter to air out her grievances after Monday's season seven premiere showed her rushing her twin daughters Aleeah and Aliannah out the door to go to school without breakfast and giving her youngest daughter, Adalynn, packets of sugar to eat at a restaurant.
Messer's rant began by addressing a fan who tweeted that they wouldn't want to be on the show after seeing "the way people bash [Messer]."
"My point exactly," Messer wrote. "It's so sad how the person behind the editing can even live a happy life by editing to manipulate the audience watching. It makes me feel like my story just isn't enough."
The reality star went on to address her time at a treatment center last summer for depression.
"I did hit rock bottom but I came out of it and I was willing to air it all because if just one person watched and reached out for help even when they feel so alone that's all I cared about because I could never imagine anyone feeling the pain, hurt, depression and anxiety that I was suffering from. It would break my heart!" Messer wrote. "I wanted to bring awareness and help others and if MTV couldn't share that then I will do it on my own the way God wants me to!"
According to Messer, she will continue to share her story, but she refuses to "allow it to be twisted for the benefit of a network."
"It hurts to feel betrayed by the ones I thought I could trust with my story," Messer wrote. "It goes to show you how 'The Entertainment World' really is and I guess everyone will see where I really am."
Through it all, Messer assured fans that she is in a good place and that she loves all her fans. In fact, she has been posting happy pictures on Instagram of her three daughters all week.