June Shannon is in trouble with the law.
This much we know.
But is June Shannon also in trouble with her employer? This is what many folks have been wondering all week.
A few days after Shannon and her boyfriend, Geno Doak, got arrested at a gas station in Alabama, WEtv has finally released a statement that addresses the situation.
The very troubling situation, we should say.
This is what the cable network has Tweeted about one of its most famous stars:
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.
Shannon, as you might recall, was basically fired by TLC in 2014 after executives there canceled Here Comes Honey Boo Boo in light of June's relationship with someone who molested her daughter.
Yes, that really happened.
In this latest case, Shannon was taken into custody last Friday after police were called to the aforementioned gas station because Doak was allegedly berating his long-time girlfriend.
Sources even say he threatened June's life.
After searching the vehicle in which Shannon and Doak were sitting, authorities also discovered a white substance that June admitted was crack cocaine, along with a needle and $1,340 cash in Shannon's bra.
Pretty bad stuff, it seems.
The sort of stuff that will lead to Shannon's dismissal from the network?
We'll need to wait and see.
But it doesn't appear as if June and Geno are taking their arrests very seriously, considering they were spotted at a casino the day after this intense argument and the day after a judge told Doak to stay away from his lover.
That is June's mugshot above, by the way, and this is Geno's mugshot below:
The third season of From Not to Hot premiered on Friday -- yes, the just days after June and Geno were arrested.
Shannon and some of the show’s other stars live-tweeted the episode, but no one mentioned June and Geno’s crack bust that had occurred about 48 hours earlier.
For the record, Mama June and Doak were both charged with felony drug possession and possession of drug paraphernalia, while Geno received an additional charge of third-degree domestic violence/harassment.
According to The Blast, Mama June is facing a year behind bars if convicted on both the felony possession of crack cocaine charge and the misdemeanor possession of a crack cocaine pipe.
In other words:
The fate of her reality show may not be the most important thing on June's mind right now.