AceShowbiz - Mama June a.k.a. June Shannon is trading her comfortable permanent house for a nomadic life in an RV. The reality TV star is reportedly moving out of her Georgia home and selling the property to live together with her boyfriend Geno Doak in an RV.
A source tells E! News the 40-year-old continues to live together with her troubled boyfriend, despite her family's concern about their relationship. June allegedly has no intention to reconcile with her family members, including her daughters. "None of her daughters are talking to her at this point, including Alana," says the so-called insider, adding, "They've cut her off."
The source says selfish June doesn't seem to care about her family. "She chose Geno over them," the source shares. "Good or bad, she likes the attention. She really only cares about herself. That's crystal clear to her family."
While E! News says June is in the process of selling her home, The Blast claims that the "Mama June: From Not to Hot" star has sold off the property. While the deed has not officially been uploaded into the real estate system, sources tell the site the deal is done. June has also sold off the majority of her belongings.
According to the site, June purchased the 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom, 3,225 sq. ft. home in Hampton, Georgia for $149,000 back in 2015. June lived in the house with her daughter Honey Boo Boo a.k.a. Alana Thompson before June had a downward spiral due to her drug issue. Alana has since been living with her sister Lauryn "Pumpkin" Shannon, who has a temporary custody of her.
News of June selling her house comes after it's reported that the reality TV star pissed her neighbors because her house was a mess. Several pictures obtained by TMZ showed a dumpster truck on her front lawn and it reportedly has been there for at least a week. There were several trash cans filled to the brim and trash strewn everywhere.
Moreover, a broken window was boarded up, making it look like the house was abandoned. There's also an AC unit mounted on a window. Her neighbors have allegedly reached out to the Homeowners Association to complain about the massive list of violations.