Mama June's daughter Honey Boo Boo, 15, sobs and admits she 'cried herself to sleep' over mom's drug addictionMarch 3, 2021
MAMA June's daughter Alana "Honey Boo Boo" Thompson sobbed as she described how she "cried herself to sleep" over her mom's addiction.
Alana, 15, broke down in tears as she opened up about her mom's drug problems in the trailer for Season Five of Mama June: Road to Redemption.
The distraught teen told her mom, whose real name is June Shannon: "You don't know how many nights I cried myself to sleep. Why wasn't you there?"
Later in the video, Mama June can be seen admitting: "I guess I didn't know how much I f***ed everybody" after Pumpkin and Alana described a family falling apart.
In the trailer, Mama June can be seen knocking on Aunt Doe Doe's door a year after she was booked for the alleged possession of a controlled substance and a crack pipe in March 2019.
Her boyfriend Geno Doak was also arrested on these charges and a third-degree domestic violence.
Over the course of the brief video, Mama June admits that she is "scared s***less" as she faces the prospect of two years in jail while Geno is looking at 10.
Meanwhile, all is not well with her daughter Lauryn "Pumpkin" Shannon's marriage to Josh Efird as the couple can be seen arguing throughout the clip.
"All we do is argue and bicker," Josh said, while viewers see 21-year-old Pumpkin later admit that she's "drowning."
The bickering pair share a two-year-old daughter called Ella.
The Sun was the first to exclusively report that Mama June, 41, and Geno had entered rehab.
The couple checked into a rehab facility in Florida on the season finale of Mama June: From Not to Hot: Family Crisis.
Geno also admitted they spent $150,000 in six months on crack cocaine.
Since leaving rehab, June moved to Florida to focus on her sobriety and is currently estranged from her daughters – although it would appear they are in contact once more.
Alana has been living with Lauryn and her husband Josh in Georgia, as the 21-year-old revealed in January that she still has custody of her little sister.
June – who returned to Georgia in late January – celebrated one-year sober in a candid Instagram post.
Alongside a photo with Geno, she wrote: “As I sit here this afternoon I’m so full of gratitude one that we have made it one year with no relapses when so many of the people we know have due to this crazy pandemic going on.
“My goal is to work inside of a rehab facility to be able to watch people come in at their lowest where I was a year ago n blossom into new amazing person n know my inbox is always open.”
Mama June: Road to Redemption will premier on March 19 at 9pm ET on WE tv.
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