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Somebody doesn't like surprises.
But in part one of the special, the MTV reality star received some new information from ex Gary Shirley about their 12-year-old daughter, Leah. As it turns out, the middle school student recently started therapy.
"She is speaking to somebody, a professional," Gary revealed at the reunion. "You probably didn't know this. Per Leah's request, she didn't want it to be talked about. I have permission to talk about it and make it known."
He continued, "Part of Leah going is she didn't want anybody knowing to start off. I supported that. They are working on different things that she can do to help the communication start between her and her mom."
Throughout the season, viewers have watched Amber try to rebuild her strained relationship with Leah. In recent episodes, Leah started asking questions about her mom's past and wanted to keep her distance. She has been living full time with Gary and his wife Kristina Shirley.
While Amber initially appeared supportive of Leah's decision to speak with a professional, she didn't like how Gary shared the news.
"Here's the thing; I'm the mother," Amber explained. "I need to understand what Leah is going through so I believe the communication should be there for that. I also think that Leah is a child. She is not an adult. She doesn't need to say anything, but you can tell me."
And within minutes, the Never Too Late author was storming off the set while voicing her disappointment at Gary.
"You came out here with some bull crap. I just found out on camera, of course. Everything that you do is for television. Done!" she proclaimed. "Everything that he does is for television. I'm out. Bye!"
Amber proceeded to call her ex "garbage" before venting to a producer. "He can keep making his money off of me," she said. "This is ridiculous…I'm done."
Teen Mom OG airs Tuesday nights at 8 p.m. on MTV.