Last month, the world learned that June Shannon is dating Mark McDaniel - the man who served ten years in prison for molesting June's eldest daughter, Anna.
In the weeks since, Anna's situation has only gotten sadder, as June has consistently lied about her relationship with McDaniel, and may have even stolen from Anna to buy McDaniel a car.
Not surprisingly, the newly-married 20-year-old has cut ties with her mother. Anna and June are currently engaged in a high-profile war of words, and they've both publicly accused each other of distorting the truth.
Thus far, the majority of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo fans have expressed their support for Anna, but as June continues to give interviews in an effort to clear her name, Anna seems to be growing concerned that her side of the story will get buried under her mother's lies.
So perhaps it's not surprising that Anna has decided to carry on the proud tradition of embattled celebrities and write a tell-all book about some of her uglier experiences in the spotlight.
Anna broke the news on her private Facebook page earlier today:
"I think I'm going to [write] a book," Anna wrote in a status update. "Don't know how successful I'm going to be, but I'll try...Who is ready to hear it?"
She immediately encountered some backlash from her younger sister, because apparently her family hasn't messed with her life enough lately.
Lauryn Shannon posted a comment reminding Anna that she never graduated high school, and then quickly deleted it.
"For one thing, you don't have to graduate to write," Anna responded. "Stay out of grown folks' business and be a kid which you still are...stay off my page."
June Shannon then commented on Anna's status, saying, "When I seen Lauryn post that comment I made her take it down."
Not surprisingly, Anna has yet to respond to her mother.