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Is Leah Messer Trying for a Baby? Is Jenelle Evans Back With Gary? This Week's "Teen Mom" Rumors! (Photos)

By shanaaborn |

Are the newlyweds trying to be new parents, too?

There are a lot of worried Teen Mom fans out there who wonder whether their favorite cast members are exhibiting the best judgment possible when it comes to themselves and their families.

Take today’s bombshell report from OK! magazine that Leah Messer and new husband Jeremy Calvert, married only two weeks, are trying to have a baby.

Too soon! went the murmurs. There’s plenty of time to think about more babies.

But is there any truth behind the rumor? And what about the others floating out there – like Chelsea Houska‘s new look, Maci Bookout’s son calling her boyfriend “Daddy” and the latest drama from Jenelle Evans?

Wonder no more. We have the answers here!

Read on and let us know – what will the next turn of the rumor mill bring?

First up, the Leah-wants-a-baby rumor. True or false?

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The Truth Behind the Latest

False!

Leah's mother, Dawn, told a blogger for TeenMomNews.com that the OK! story is "false" and came from a "very unreliable source." So perhaps the newlyweds will take some time to adjust to married life before adding to their family.

[Photos: via Twitter]

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About shanaaborn

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Shana Aborn is a writer and editor specializing in women's lifestyle issues. Formerly on staff at Ladies' Home Journal and MAMM, she is currently the managing editor of Life & Beauty Weekly. Read bio and latest posts → Read shanaaborn's latest posts →

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