Earlier this week, we reported on the surprising news that the reality star who was introduced to the world as Honey Boo Boo has started high school.
Now, it seems 13-year-old Alana Thompson might be growing up even faster than we thought -- and not in a good way.
New footage obtained by TMZ shows Alana pretending to snort cocaine and viciously fighting with her older sister Lauryn "Pumpkin" Shannon.
The clip starts off in shocking fashion with Alana yelling at 19-year-old Lauryn.
“Tell me what’s f–king next right now!" the reality star shouts.
She then picks up a knife and begins miming the act of cutting a line of coke.
“OK, guys we’re gonna have to cut off the camera really quick, ’cause I have to do something,” Alana says before mimicking the act of snorting a line.
Her appalled sister can be heard shouting at her from off-camera.
“Alana, quit f–king doing … don’t even f–king mimic that on f–king live!” Lauryn yells.
“Acting like a f–king idiot on live, that’s why you don’t go live on your f–king Instagram.”
Alana's "joke" comes at an interesting time, as her mother, June Shannon, is currently battling addiction.
The situation has become so dire that Alana has refused to move back in with her mother until she breaks up with her allegedly abusive boyfriend, Geno Doak.
Currently, the newly-minted high school freshman lives with Lauryn, her husband, and her infant daughter.
As many fans have pointed out, this may have been Alana's way of lashing out and shaming June for her behavior.
Or she might just be mimicking the sort of behavior she's witnessed first hand.
The family recently held a failed intervention for June, which -- like many of her recent troubles -- was documented for her WeTV series Mama June: From Not to Hot.
Allegations about Shannon's behavior have become increasingly troubling with recent reports indicating that June has been stealing money from Alana.
Insiders say June's daughters are appalled by her behavior and have essentially cut ties.
We'll have further updates on this developing situation as more information becomes available.