Leah Calvert Announces Plans to Write a Book — Is it a Tell-All About 'Teen Mom 2?'

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Leah Calvert may be writing a tell-all book about her Teen Mom 2 experiences.

According to Inquisitr, the Teen Mom 2 star announced her plans to write a book on Facebook on Christmas night, without any clue about what she will write, although she encouraged fans to read it with promises that they’d likely learn a thing or two if they did.

“Each and every one out there will learn a lot by reading my book that will be coming when the time is right,” she said.

The announcement of the book came after Calvert defended herself against recent rumors that she took $50,000 from her daughter Ali's trust fund.

“I would be ashamed of myself, especially the article [about] me taking money from my children,” Calvert wrote. “The funny thing about it is… The money that was given to my kids is not in the account they’re saying it was ‘stolen’ from… Have you ever heard of CDs at a bank?”

A source for In Touch Weekly said that Calvert had totally drained Ali’s trust fund.

“The account was totally drained,” an insider told the magazine. “The money is supposed to go to college tuition, or in Ali’s case, medical needs. But Leah took all of it. Leah has made a lot of bad decisions [financially] and is strapped for cash big time. She’s selfish now. She only cares about herself.”

Allegedly, Calvert spent the money on shopping and expensive gadgets, which made her ex-husband, Corey Simms, the the father of Ali and her twin sister, Aleeah, livid.

“He’s furious that Ali’s future has been wiped away and he’s seeing what he can do to get the money back,” the insider said.

In her Facebook message, Calvert claimed the “source” only wanted to make her look bad.

“I’m doing my best at being as nice as I can be and as PATIENT as I can be for soon it will be my time to speak to everyone and they will see… I will not need a ‘close source’ etc or even an attorney to do it for me. I have no reason to downgrade anyone but just to speak the TRUTH rather I look bad or I don’t look bad. I would never chose to put someone down to lift myself up. I guess each to their own though and they one day will pay that price.”

Pam Wright