According to a recent police report, June Shannon was threatened by boyfriend Geno Doak in a gas station parking lot.
The situation escalted to such an extent that cops were called to the scene and both Shannon and Doak were arrested.
For possession of crack cocaine! It was pretty serious business.
But Shannon doesn't really think this is the case.
And she's now gone on record about Doak, what he means to her and why she thinks a judge was wrong for telling Geno to stay away from June after the couple was taken into custody.
This judge made this decree because Doak allegedly threatened Shannon's life -- although both parties subsequently ignored the order when they hit up an Alabama casino just hours after it was handed down (as documented below).
Still, legally, Doak is barred from spending time with Shannon at the moment.
This is something the From Not to Hot star is trying to change.
TMZ has obtained legal documents written by Shannon's attorney that state she is partially blind.
She explains that Doak helps her get through everyday and that he's very loving toward her children and that the two are dedicated to mending their relationship.
Shannon wants the court to know she does not fear for her safety around Doak... she is not concerned about what Geno could do to her... and she's asking the court to lift the protective order saying he must stay away from her.
She'd also really like the domestic violence charge against Geno dismissed as well.
Shannon and Doak were arrested back on March 15.
After someone called the police due to the loud argument in which they were engaged, June told these authorities that the drugs they found inside the vehicle belonged to her.
As did the $1,300 in cash they found in her bra.
Per various news outlets, Shannon was apprehended on suspicion of felony possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia.
Doak, meanwhile, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia and domestic violence.
It was the latest in a string of arrests for both Doak and also for June's boyfriends overall.
She has very questionable taste in men.
Sources tell TMZ that those close to Shannon think Doak is a terrible influence, but she writes in her new court documents that this simply isn't true.
Shannon says the situation at the gas station "got heated and out of hand, but never was I in fear for my safety or did I want the police involved."
She adds she's lived with Geno for three years and they're "working on our relationship to make us stronger as a couple."
They're also talking marriage and co-starring on From Not to Hot, althought the future of that series is now a mystery.
"We share our viewers’ concerns for June Shannon and her entire family. We are monitoring events as they occur and are focused, as always, on the entire family’s well-being," said WEtv in a statement after June's arrest.
She probably doesn't deserve to make lots of money by anchoring a television show, that much seems certain at this point.
June Shannon needs to make better life choices.