Teen Mom Leah Messer to launch health coaching company & wellness podcast as show ratings plummet

TEEN Mom 2 star Leah Messer is launching a health coaching company and wellness podcast, as show ratings continue to plummet. 

The Sun can exclusively reveal Leah, 29, filed a trademark for Go Higher With Purpose on January 20, 2021. 

🍼  Follow all our latest news & stories on Teen Mom.

The services for the trademark include: “Personal coaching services in the field of healthy living and health education, women's interest topics, empowerment, lifestyle, wellness, personal development, entrepreneurship and self-sufficiency.”

Leah also revealed her goal of offering education courses through "online, non-downloadable video and audio recordings and instructor assistance.”

The mom of three also plans to start a blog, website and podcast that will include “self-reliance, preparedness, sustainability and survival training” in addition to the healthy living and wellness topics. 

Leah, who is working towards her real estate license, will also provide “real estate brokerage services” under the trademark. 

The reality star filed a business license for Leah Messer, LLC in West Virginia a month before the trademark on December 14, 2020. 

As Teen Mom 2 fans know, Leah struggled with drug abuse after a “botched” spinal tap in 2013 when she had a C-section with daughter Addie.

She was prescribed painkillers Hydrocodone, Oxycodone and Tylenol 3 at the hospital. 

Her addiction became so bad that she even tried heroin at one point.

She entered rehab for drug abuse, though she claimed it was for depression and anxiety at the time. 

Leah has turned her life around since getting help, as she has promoted self love and healthy living to her social media followers. 

Leah is mom to twins Ali and Aleeah, 11, with ex-husband Corey Simms and Adalynn, 8, with former spouse Jeremy Calvert. 

Leah’s new venture comes as Teen Mom 2 ratings have hit an all-time low after Chelsea Houska’s departure from the series.

The Ashley’s Reality Roundup reported the network has fired certain producers to help improve ratings for next season. 

A source told the outlet: “The production company recently got in a lot of trouble because the ratings of the show are so bad.

“The network feels that the producers have allowed the girls to call the shots on what they want to film and what they don’t, and the result is an incredibly boring and inauthentic show. Fans watch all the drama go down on social media, but most of the real stuff never makes it on the show.

“The producers have been told that they are failing to get the full story from the girls, and not pushing to capture what is actually going on in the lives of the girls. They feel like the producers have allowed the girls to walk all over them. 

“If the girls don’t want something covered on the show, the producers don’t press them to film it. The network wants the girls to put their life events on the show, not just the things that make them look good. There may be more producers cut if things don’t improve.”

An example is original cast member Kailyn Lowry, whose season has been dedicated to her house-building process.

Costar and enemy Briana DeJesus called her out for refusing to film about her domestic violence arrest against baby daddy Chris Lopez. 

She wrote on her Instagram Story: "Kail doesn't want to film about breaking and entering into Chris momma house and beating him for cutting his child's hair."

The Sun exclusively reported that the Teen Mom 2 star was arrested on September 26 for offensive touching, though she denied the fight turned physical to police.

Kailyn was accused of "punching" Chris "several times with a closed fist" over their oldest son's haircut.

The case was dropped. 

    Source: Read Full Article