Honey Boo Boo's Mother, Mama June, Arrested On Drug Possession Charges

Lewis Collier
March 19, 2019

The arrest reportedly stemmed from a call to which police were summoned last Wednesday afternoon (March 13) at a gas station in Tuskeegee, Alabama, for a domestic disturbance. The rep could not verify whether June remained in custody or what her arraignment date would be.

Shannon, who grew to fame thanks to her reality-star daughter Alana "Honey Boo Boo" Thompson, previously admitted to wanting to marry her current boyfriend Geno Doak.

The police report, obtained by TMZ, said Shannon was arrested on two counts relating to drugs, possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia.

The Macon County DA spokesperson told PEOPLE that Shannon was allegedly in possession of both crack cocaine and a crack pipe.

Mama June & Boyfriend Geno Doak Arrested For Crack Cocaine

A representative for Shannon, 39, did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment. Additionally, Doak was charged with third-degree domestic, also a misdemeanor, which required a mandatory 24-hour stint in the Macon County Jail. The reality show star even touched on the cliffhanger of whether or not Geno will propose: "And yes the most outrageous moment is me getting genp [sic] to possibly marry me so we're going to see what happens this season so let's get to watching now".

Deputies were preparing to inventory the contents of the vehicle, a 2012 Chevy Suburban when the police report indicates Shannon stated "I'm the owner of the vehicle" and said she would "take ownership to anything that's inside of the vehicle". They have been dating for around three years.

"I have no sympathy for you", Doak says to Mama June as he walks away, leaving her crying alone on her bed.

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