It seems like the boyfriend has to leave before mama June gets her daughter back. Mom wants her daughter back, but she doesn’t have any intention to come back any time soon. The situation seems like a big mess. Unless Geno is gone, Honey Boo Boo is not coming back.
In March, June and Geno have faced an arrest on account of drug charges. Since then, things have started to go downhill for the clan. Lauryn “Pumpkin” is the one currently living with Alana. It sounds like this is a living arrangement we can vouch for as it looks like it might o on for a while. Considering the amount of drama that has been going on for some time, it has created a bridge between the mother and daughter duo.
Is Pumpkin Planning To Get Alana’s Permanent Custody?
June seems to be in a mess, and she might not be ready to clean it up any time soon. When the family intervened in the situation, Alana broke down in tears. She told her that if she doesn’t manage to pull it together, they won’t be able to live under the same roof. If things continue the same way, Pumpkin might have to take things to court. Full custody of little sister Alana might be the only viable options if situations don’t improve with June.
Geno Is a Bad Influence To Alana
Geno and June have been chared for drug abuse in the past. It seems like Geno isn’t the right influence on the life of the little girl. Even though Pumpkin is the legal guardian, for now, it is unknown whether she is planning to gain the full custody of Alana. An insider reported that some time ago, Geno crashed in mama June’s place. He was so wasted that he couldn’t even help himself up. Geno passed out, and June had to take help from the neighbors to drag him inside the house. The dysfunctional couple needs to get their entire act together before things can lead to normalcy.
Alana wants her mom to ditch her loser boyfriend and consider a rehab. She understands that the guy is not good enough for her mother, and she should stay away from him. Even though Honey Boo is merely 13 years old, she is well aware of what is right for her and her mother.
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