Mama June's boy toy Jordan McCollum's family 'calls cops for welfare check' after 24-year-old is 'kicked out of rehab'August 20, 2021
POLICE responded to a welfare check for Mama June Shannon’s boy toy Jordan McCollum, 24, after his family wanted to make sure he was okay following him being kicked out of the halfway house he had been staying at.
The Sun can exclusively reveal cops were called on July 26th to the Alabama home where the 42-year-old reality star had rented for her young TikTok influencer love interest.
An officer who had responded to the call at the rented two-bedroom love nest said: “We had made contact with Jordan McCollum at that address on July 26th after a concerned relative called police asking to do a welfare check on him."
The officer revealed he had believed a woman named June Shannon answered the door, and confirmed the person fit the description of Mama June.
“I spoke with Jordan and we asked her to stay inside. We spoke to Jordan to see if he was okay- and he said he was okay. He seemed fine, so we left,” the officer added.
A source close to Jordan added the call was placed by one of his family members who were concerned that the young man had possibly relapsed after he was kicked out of the halfway house he was staying at.
The source also claimed that June was at the home when the police arrived.
Just a week before the cops were called, Jordan had shared a tear-filled video to his 1million followers on TikTok about how he had been kicked out of the halfway house.
“I got kicked out of the halfway house I was saying that today. And I'm not gonna lie I'm terrified right now. I'm scared because I don't know how to cope with things good, I've never known how to cope with anything but by using drugs and alcohol and I can't do that anymore,” he shared to the platform on July 19th.
As The Sun first revealed, June was spotted in town with Jordan at an electric company on July 21st seemingly setting up utilities for the rented home.
The reality star was also seen with her influencer boy toy at a car dealership in town, as well as a Walmart and furniture store.
The following day, June was spotted renting a pickup truck where she told employees at the shop she was "moving into town."
The source confirmed with The Sun she was using the truck to help move items to the rented home.
A source also previously revealed the reality star is "so into" her younger man, who is a single dad to a young daughter.
"She really wanted to be public about their relationship, but Jordan has tried to keep things more low-key," the insider said.
"You can tell how into him she is. She's really flirty with him."
SUGAR MAMA'S PRICEY PRESENTS
June purchased a 2013 Nissan Altima for Jordan and then a 2019 model after the 2013 Nissan quickly broke down soon after driving it off the lot, an insider claimed.
Jordan has bragged about the pricey new gifts- which the source said cost a total of about $40,000- on his social media pages.
In one TikTok post, Jordan boasted: “So someone very special to me bought me a car today!”
Jordan added a purple heart and a cute face emoji to the July 17 post, in which he shared various snaps of the 2013 Nissan.
He shared a photo of the newest car in a post on August 2 and explained: “Late update but Sally had a bad transmission so everyone meet Spade!”
In that post, Mama left a comment with a slew of red hearts that read: “You deserve it, and that’s a sexy car.”
The insider estimated that June has spent roughly $50,000 on the young man, between the cars, the rental home, the furniture and the utilities.
“She also gives him an allowance every week,” the source claimed.
MAMA'S MOVED ON
June recently announced that she had broken up with her longtime love Geno, just as he began serving his sentence on drug charges.
"Geno has been out of my life for a while now,” June said on Instagram Live.
June and Geno were arrested outside of an Alabama gas station for crack cocaine possession in March 2019.
Last week, The Sun exclusively reported that Geno had been sentenced to 16 months for the crime after June avoided any jail time and received community service instead.
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