Leah Messer Turns to God to Help Turn Her Life Around

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Leah Messer is apparently turning to God to help her turn her life around.

According to Life&Style via International Business Times, the Teen Mom 2 star recently attended an evening service at Sissonville Community Church in Charleston, West Virginia.

The mother of three, who reportedly spent Thanksgiving away from her husband, Jeremy Calvert, seemed to find comfort during the service.

“During his sermon, the preacher said that bad habits like drug use, sex and alcohol abuse can be very quickly broken when one finds Jesus,” a fellow attendee said. “Leah was listening intently and nodding her head in agreement.”

The source also said Messer's visit to the church, which reportedly offers “forgiveness and recovery,” wasn't her first visit there.

Despite her tumultuous past, it seems the young mother hopes to turn her life around.

“Leah plans to make a complete turnaround,” the friend said. “Leah’s made some huge mistakes but she’s ready to clean up the wreckage of her past.”

Her husband may not be as supportive of her decision.

“Women practically throw themselves at him while he’s at work,” another source told Life & Style. “He eats its up and flirts right back with them!”

Recently, the young mother has been the focus of a variety of rumors. On Oct. 17, her husband took to Twitter for a series of tweets accusing her of cheating, calling her a “sl*t” in the process. Those tweets have since been deleted.

A few days following the Twitter rant by her husband, an alleged drug dealer told In Touch Weekly that Messer had been “getting high for years.”

“I used to give Leah the pills myself; she’s picked up 30 to 40 pills at a time from me,” the alleged drug dealer said. “She was withdrawing $1,000 a week to buy pills.”

Messer's mom denies the report. However, a Messer family insider allegedly confirmed the drug dealers accusations.

“I’ve seen Leah pop a handful of pills, chew them like they were candy and swallow them. She doesn’t even need anything to wash them down with, but it’s [actually] the pain from withdrawal that bothers her, not her back. She can’t go a day without opiates.”

Pam Wright