Mama June Shannon sells dozens of household items online amid ongoing concern over drug and gambling issues… as her reality show career is in limbo
Mama June Shannon, who has made headlines this year amid her drug and gambling habits, is selling her stuff.
The 40-year-old this month placed a plethora of items on Facebook Marketplace, including household items ranging from a $50 skateboard to a $40 car radio to a $5 picture of the New York skyline, with many of them being sold.
The McIntyre, Georgia native and boyfriend Eugene Doak, 42, were arrested in connection with crack cocaine possession in Alabama in March, and a string of disturbing revelations that have emerged since that have people worried the mother-of-four is on a downward spiral.
Bet your bottom dollar? Mama June Shannon, who has made headlines this year amid her drug and gambling habits, has sold dozens of items both online and in person this month. The sales rush comes amid reports her reality TV career could be in jeopardy amid months of troubling developments
Shannon was seen in a TMZ clip this week with Doak gallivanting through an empty home amid a garage sale. In the clip, June and Doak were on an animated rant about the capabilities of a special chair.
Eyewitnesses told the outlet that paraphernalia such as needles and syringes were visible on the floor of a bedroom in the home.
The sales drive came less than six months after June and Doak’s March crack cocaine arrest, in which Doak was also charged with domestic violence and harassment.
June and Doak were living for a time at Montgomery, Alabama’s Wind Creek casino, where June had been repeatedly spotted playing slot machines, the outlet reported in May.
Odds and ends: A picture of NYC, a gumball machine and a trampoline were among the items the reality star advertised on Facebook Marketplace
Disturbing details: Eyewitnesses told TMZ paraphernalia such as needles and syringes were visible on the floor of a bedroom in the home where June was hosting a garage sale
In June, sources close to the family told the outlet that an attorney had been hired to protect the funds daughter Alana, 13, has earned from her TV career from her mother. June’s daughter Lauryn ‘Pumpkin’ Shannon, 19, is acting as guardian for the teen TV star and overseer for dispersing pertinent finances.
TMZ reported Sunday that June’s career hangs in the balance, as family insiders told the outlet that WE tv – who produce her weight loss show Mama June: From Not to Hot – is mulling over whether or not to do future projects with her amid the recent deluge of problems. Sources said she rebuffed their offer to send her to rehab.