Mama June's Son-in-Law Slams Her After COVID-19 Drama: She's 'Lying Piece of S**t'
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Lauryn a.k.a. Pumpkin's husband Josh Efird criticizes the 'Road to Redemption: From Crisis to Recovery' star for showing up uninvited to his house and giving his family COVID-19.

AceShowbiz - June Shannon a.k.a. Mama June's road to redemption seemingly is getting bumpier. Mama June's son-in-law, Josh Efird, slammed the "Road to Redemption: From Crisis to Recovery" star for showing up uninvited to his house and giving his family COVID-19.

In the Friday, July 1 episode of the show, Josh called her a "f**king big, lying piece of s**t." During a therapy session with his wife, Lauryn "Pumpkin" Efird, Josh also talked about a "repetitive cycle" with June, slamming her for having "nothing better to do than to look out for herself."

June gave the rest of the family COVID after showing up uninvited to her daughter Alana Thompson a.k.a. Honey Boo Boo's sweet 16 party. "Her coming into the household and giving everybody COVID, completely drew the line for me," Josh told Dr. Ish. He noted that she even gave the virus to his newborn at the time.

Pumpkin also shared her mom never really apologized for the incident. "This is what's killing me. This is what's bothering me to the point of- I just- I want to find an escape," Josh, who was visibly upset over the matter, said.

After the therapist instructed Josh to just express his feelings, Josh shared, "Me, my kids- boo I don't want that for my kids or me. All of the f**ked up unfortunate events that June has caused, yet you still allow her in your life. That's what hurts me the most. That's why I'm angry."

That aside, June recently was revealed to have lost custody of Honey Boo Boo. Following a lengthy trial, the 42-year-old reality star's 16-year-old daughter, according to reports, will now be placed in the care of her 22-year-old sister.

"It is in the best interest of the child that the plaintiff [Lauryn] is awarded sole custody," court documents obtained by The Sun read. The outlet went on to claim that Mama June, who shot to fame alongside her family on the reality series "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" back in 2012, will have to pay $800 per month in child support until Honey Boo Boo turns 18 and that any "visitation between the defendant [June] and the minor [Alana]" will be at the discretion of Lauryn.

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