Reality TV star ‘Mama June’ arrested on drug charges in Alabama

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The two were spotted at a casino just a few days after the arrest, TMZ reported, despite Doak being told to stay away from Shannon after they were released. Mama June was then taken into custody.

"Mama June" Shannon has been arrested.

The third season of her WE TV show From Not to Hot premiered Friday, but June Shannon (aka "Mama June" from TLC's Here Comes Honey Boo Boo) may not have been much in the mood to watch it, despite putting up a fearless front on Twitter.

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

Shannon is the mother of Alana "Honey Boo Boo" Thompson, who starred in a reality TV show on TLC, and later starred in her own show documenting her weight loss.

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Given June and Doak's recent tension, the teaser questions: "Will Geno leave June and the baby?"

Shannon was in the front seat and Doak was in the back seat.

While live-tweeting the episode, Shannon mentioned Doak, making no mention of his arrest for alleged domestic violence. Her daughter Lauryn "Pumpkin" Shannon, 19, EXCLUSIVELY told us, "No comment". Before Geno came along, June had reportedly reunited with her ex Mark McDaniel in 2014, who served 10 years in prison for molesting June's daughter Anna "Chickadee" Cardwell, 24, when she was eight years old.

The sheriff said he understandings Mama June is in the public eye but said he and his deputies tried to treat the situation the same as they would with anyone else.

"Sorry I'm so late tweeting the show but don't forget to watch the most outrageous moments right now", she wrote.

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