Messer took to Twitter to express her anger at how she was portrayed on this week's episode

By Aurelie Corinthios
Updated April 20, 2016 01:30 PM

Leah Messer is not happy with MTV – again.

Just a month after the Teen Mom 2 star slammed the show for reportedly editing her footage to “manipulate the audience,” Messer is unhappy with her portrayal on the show yet again.

This week’s episode featured an emotional conversation between her and her ex-husband Jeremy Calvert over drinks at dinner, in which a tearful Messer reveals he was the “one person” for her.

“Like, I couldn’t imagine myself being with anyone else,” Messer, 23, said. “I’m telling you.”

Calvert, 27, then commented on the fact that his ex seemed drunk.

“You buzzin’?” he asked.

“A little bit,” Leah replied with a grin. “Because I don’t ever drink.”

“Yeah, I can see it,” he remarked.

“You can’t see s—, shut up!” she replied, laughing.

“Yeah I can. You’re blacked out after the bottom of that glass,” he said.

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Messer went on to apologize for the “mistakes” she made, then began to speculate what would have happened had they stayed together through her rehab stint. (Messer sought treatment for depression and anxiety last summer and while she was in the program, Calvert filed for divorce.)

“I’m not going to lie to you – there were nights I was scared for the girls,” he said in reference to their shared daughter Adalynn, 3, and her twins Aleeah and Aliannah, 6, with ex-husband Corey Simms.

“I’m not going to say I wasn’t in a bad place because I know, I know, I know, I know I was,” Messer said. “I was looking for a hand, some kind of help.”

“I tried. I gave up,” responded Calvert as Messer fought back tears.

On Tuesday, the MTV star took to Twitter to express her anger over how she was portrayed in the episode.

“I’m 99.9 % sure those feelings were mutual,” she wrote. “I could go in detail, but won’t. Oh, how I love this fake a– TV show. #SoOverIt.”

In March, Messer expressed the same sentiment during a Twitter rant against MTV.

“It’s so sad how the person behind the editing can even live a happy life by editing to manipulate the audience watching. It makes me feel like my story just isn’t enough,” she wrote.

“It hurts to feel BETRAYED by the ones I THOUGHT I could trust with my story,” she wrote. “It goes to show you how ‘THE ENTERTAINMENT WORLD’ really is,” she added.

MTV had no comment when reached by PEOPLE.

Teen Mom 2 airs Mondays (10 p.m. ET) on MTV.