‘Teen Mom’s’ Leah Messer ‘Sickened’ After Trolls Leave ‘Despicable’ Comments on Photo of Daughter

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Raising a child with a disability is no easy task at the best of times, constantly worrying about whether you’re doing the right thing looms at the back of every parent’s mind.

One of the things any celebrity has to come to terms with is trolls, and they seem to be targeting Teen Mom 2 star Leah Messer’s daughter.

The hateful comments about Ali are sickening. Keep scrolling for the full story, and Messer’s powerful clap back…

Teen Mom 2 star Leah Messer is known for her candor.

And she’s never been more real than now.

She had 10-year-old twins Aliannah and Aleeah with her ex, Corey Simms, and 7-year-old Adalynn with ex, Jeremy Calvert.

One of the biggest struggles Messer has had to face is her daughter’s tragic diagnosis.

The genetic disease causes progressive weakness and loss of muscle mass.

Shedding a light on the unique disease.

“It’s still scary because Ali is the research. The disease that she has is one in one million,” Messer says of coping with the 2014 diagnosis. “There’s not very many people that have it. And as she grows, we learn more about it.”

“The hardest part was it being unknown and being okay with it being unknown. It took me a while to get to that place where it’s like, it doesn’t matter. She’s so resilient. She’s so determined. Yes, she gets people staring, but she knows her worth. She knows what she’s capable of, and there’s nothing that’s going to stop her. But I think, honestly, the hardest part is just it being unknown and, as a mom, wanting to fix all of it and not being able to.”

People have been leaving sickening messages on pictures of her and her daughter.

Teen Mom 2 star is celebrating her children’s uniqueness.

“Some of the comments on a photo of me with Ali are despicable. I’m sickened.”

“What world are we living and raising our children in? “Let’s teach all of our kids that we are each born with unique differences that make us the beautiful individuals we are!!!”

“We are all different and that is BEAUTIFUL!” She added.

And they just kept coming.

Who did nothing to deserve them.

Which is the lowest of the low.

And shared that they hope her girls don’t have social media.

“That’s my girl! #myhope #HopeGraceFaith #feelingblessed,” she captioned the post.

Messer can be seen spending some quality time with Ali, which prompted some vial trolls to try and ruin it.

“I’m fighting for Ali — I’m going to do everything that she needs done,” she vowed. “We wanted her to be independent, and at the same time things are becoming progressive.”

Messer delt with the trolls in the best way possible. Keep scrolling to find out why fans are worried about bullied schoolboy Quaden Bayles…