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Mama June updates– June Shannon dodges jail time in drug case but COULD be thrown behind bars if she doesn’t stay sober

JUNE "Mama June" Shannon celebrated her major court victory on the show finale last night, but she isn't in the clear yet — she could still be thrown behind bars if she's unable to stay sober.

The 41- year-old reality star dodged jail time after being charged with possession of crack cocaine and avoided jail time by agreeing to do 100 hours of community service.

June, who wrapped up season 5 of her show, Road to Redemption, also agreed to having court supervision but boyfriend Geno's fate remains unknown.

On the WeTV finale of Mama June: Road to Redemption, June beamed as she walked out of the courthouse and delivered the good news to daughters Alana Thompson and Lauryn Shannon.

The Mama June: Road to Redemption finale aired June 11 at 9 p.m. on We TV. Season 5 returned to We TV on March 19. It marked Mama's first television appearance since her admittance to rehab for drug usage.

Read our Mama June: Road to Redemption finale live blog below for the very latest updates...

  • MAMA JUNE AVOIDED PRISON TIME

    On the WeTV finale of Mama June: Road to Redemption, June beamed as she walked out of the courthouse and delivered the good news to daughters Alana Thompson and Lauryn Shannon.

    The matriarch explained: "The judge wasn’t taking no s**t.

    "But I’m not going to jail! I told y’all Mama June was not going to jail!"

  • MAMA JUNE WOULD HAVE "NOT WHERE TO GO" IF GENO WAS LOCKED UP

    Mama June’s daughter, Lauryn Shannon, wouldn't allow her mother to live in her home if her boyfriend, Geno Doak, received jail time.

    The WeTV star complained she would have “no where to go” if Geno was locked up for drug charges and begged her 21-year-old to come to the rescue. 

    “Now that I’m sober, I need my family,” June stated. 

    "Every time something goes wrong you dump it on me. This is my house, I moved out of YOUR house into MY house to start a family."

    “Well I have no where else to go if Geno goes to jail,” June shouted back. 

  • HONEY BOO BOO DOES NOT HAVE DIABETES

    "You being overweight at your age and not eating like you're supposed to, that can't really happen," Lauryn "Pumpkin" Shannon told her sister.

    "It wouldn't hurt all of us to lose a couple of pounds," she went on.

    Honey Boo Boo – born Alana Thompson – was relieved that she doesn't have diabetes.

    "I don't want to be as big as Mama," Alana said. "I don't want to get to the point where I have to have surgery."

    Mama June has had multiple surgeries.

  • GENO'S CASE REMAINS UNRESOLVED

    As the season finale wrapped up, it was announced that Geno's case was unresolved.

    Mama June avoided prison time for her drug charges. Instead, she got 100 hours of community service.

  • FAMILY CELEBRATES JUDGE'S RULING IN JUNE'S CASE

    "Let's just raise a toast to me being free," June said as the family ate.

    She said she is still worried for Geno.

    "I feel bad for Geno because his case is still looming over him," June said.

    She repeated that she will need help if Geno goes to prison.

    "I don't know where else to turn," June said, saying she knows she has put her drama on her daughters in the past.

    "I'm going to see if they can be there for me one more time," she added.

  • 'I'M NOT GOING TO JAIL' JUNE SAYS

    "I told y'all Mama June was not going to jail," June said. "This is my other chance. Mama June ain't going back in the slammer."

    June has to do 100 hours of community service, she told her family.

    Geno's case has not yet been settled.

    "My court case is over and done with," June gloated.

    "I thought she was going to jail for sure," Alana said. "I was so nervous."

  • JUNE'S FAMILY WAITS FOR COURT VERDICT

    "I really don't know who's going to take care of her," Lauryn said as the family waited to find out whether June is going to jail.

    The family waited hours for the decision to be made.

    "Is Mama finna walk out in handcuffs?" Alana asked.

  • THERE IS 'NO WAY IN HELL' JUNE CAN MOVE IN WITH LAURYN

    "There is no amount of money that you could pay me to live with June," Lauryn's husband, Joshua Efird, said.

    Lauryn agreed, telling her mother there is "no way in hell" she can move in.

    "You’re asking me can you be a roommate here, and there are already six of us. No, Mama. No," Lauryn said.

    Lauryn said when things go wrong in June's life, she tends to "dump it on me."

    "I don't have anywhere to go if Geno goes to jail," June complained.

    Alana had more sympathy for her mother, saying June has been clean for “over a year” so she could stay until she get’s “back on her feet.” 

    "Right now, I've got to focus on my family," said Lauryn, who is pregnant.

  • JUNE ASKS LAURYN TO BE HER 'ROOMMATE' IF GENO GOES TO PRISON

    June and Geno drove from Florida to Lauryn's house in Georgia to talk as a family.

    "If Geno goes to jail, I'm going to need my family," June said as she arrived at Lauryn's house.

    She beat around the bush when it came to asking her daughter if she could move in.

    "If he does go to prison, I'll be in Florida by myself. I don't know anybody there. I don't have a job. I can't get around," June said.

    "What does that have to do with me?" Lauryn asked.

    "I just need to come back to Georgia and be like your roommate," June said to Lauryn's dismay.

  • JUNE ASKED HER DAUGHTERS TO COME TO HER COURT DATE

    June called her daughters and asked them to attend her court hearing.

    "See y'all in like nine days in front of the court house," June said.

    Lauryn and Alana said they would come.

    Lauryn said there is "no way in hell" Geno will get off scot free.

  • 'I'M NO MF-ING INMATE' JUNE SAID

    While June was in her cell, a recovering addict named Malika spoke with her and shared her own tragic experience.

    "I'm not cut out for jail," June said. "Being in this cell and meeting Malika...it's kinda hitting home."

    "I cannot be without the girls," she said of her daughters.

    Malika told June about how she won't have control over her life in prison.

    "They know everything about you in here," Malika said.

    She told June that the prison guards keep prisoners under constant surveillance.

    "I'm not no motherf--king inmate," June said. "I don't have to be here."

  • GENO GIVES MAMA JUNE A TASTE OF JAIL

    "I understand Geno was trying to teach me a lesson because I wasn't listening to him, but throwing me in jail was not the answer," Mama June said angrily.

    Geno later defended putting June in "lock-up" because he said her kids are worried about her.

    "You can’t be mad at me forever," Geno said. 

    "Shut the f-ck up," June responded

    "I wish I would have had somebody to show me what prison would be like. I learned the hard way," Geno said.

  • HONEY BOO BOO DOES NOT HAVE DIABETES

    "You being overweight at your age and not eating like you're supposed to, that can't really happen," Lauryn "Pumpkin" Shannon told her sister.

    "It wouldn't hurt all of us to lose a couple of pounds," she went on.

    Honey Boo Boo – born Alana Thompson – was relieved that she doesn't have diabetes.

    "I don't want to be as big as Mama," Alana said. "I don't want to get to the point where I have to have surgery."

    Mama June has had multiple surgeries.

  • GENO'S CASE REMAINS UNRESOLVED

    As the season finale wrapped up, it was announced that Geno's case was unresolved.

    Mama June avoided prison time for her drug charges. Instead, she got 100 hours of community service.

  • VIEWERS REACT TO JUNE ASKING LAURYN FOR A PLACE TO STAY

    #MamaJune trended on twitter as viewers reacted to the finale.

    "Mama June stole all of her kids property, pawned Jessica’s car, and left Alana for Pumpkin to raise. And she think she deserves a place to stay?" one person tweeted.

    "Pumpkin is grown and that baby boy must have given her the boost to set her boundary. #MamaJune Enough is enough," another added.

  • FAMILY CELEBRATES JUDGE'S RULING IN JUNE'S CASE

    "Let's just raise a toast to me being free," June said as the family ate.

    She said she is still worried for Geno.

    "I feel bad for Geno because his case is still looming over him," June said.

    She repeated that she will need help if Geno goes to prison.

    "I don't know where else to turn," June said, saying she knows she has put her drama on her daughters in the past.

    "I'm going to see if they can be there for me one more time," she added.

  • 'I'M NOT GOING TO JAIL' JUNE SAYS

    "I told y'all Mama June was not going to jail," June said. "This is my other chance. Mama June ain't going back in the slammer."

    June has to do 100 hours of community service, she told her family.

    Geno's case has not yet been settled.

    "My court case is over and done with," June gloated.

    "I thought she was going to jail for sure," Alana said. "I was so nervous."

  • JUNE'S FAMILY WAITS FOR COURT VERDICT

    "I really don't know who's going to take care of her," Lauryn said as the family waited to find out whether June is going to jail.

    "Is Mama finna walk out in handcuffs?" Alana asked.

  • THERE IS 'NO WAY IN HELL' JUNE CAN MOVE IN WITH LAURYN

    "There is no amount of money that you could pay me to live with June," Lauryn's husband, Joshua Efird, said.

    Lauryn agreed, telling her mother there is "no way in hell" she can move in.

    "You’re asking me can you be a roommate here, and there are already six of us. No, Mama. No," Lauryn said.

    Lauryn, who is expecting another baby, said when things go wrong in June's life, she tends to "dump it on me."

    "I don't have anywhere to go if Geno goes to jail," June complained.

    Alana had more sympathy for her mother, saying June has been clean for “over a year” so she could stay until she get’s “back on her feet.” 

    "Right now, I've got to focus on my family," said Lauryn, who is pregnant.

  • JUNE ASKS LAURYN TO BE HER 'ROOMMATE' IF GENO GOES TO PRISON

    June and Geno drove from Florida to Lauryn's house in Georgia to talk as a family.

    "If Geno goes to jail, I'm going to need my family," June said as she arrived at Lauryn's house.

    She beat around the bush when it came to asking her daughter if she could move in.

    "If he does go to prison, I'll be in Florida by myself. I don't know anybody there. I don't have a job. I can't get around," June said.

    "What does that have to do with me?" Lauryn asked.

    "I just need to come back to Georgia and be like your roommate," June said to Lauryn's dismay.

  • JUNE ASKED HER DAUGHTERS TO COME TO HER COURT DATE

    June called her daughters and asked them to attend her court hearing.

    "See y'all in like nine days in front of the court house," June said.

    Lauryn and Alana said they would come.

    Lauryn said there is "no way in hell" Geno will get off scot free.

  • GENO AND JUNE FIGHT ABOUT PRISON

    Geno defended putting June in "lock-up" because he said her kids are worried about her.

    "You can’t be mad at me forever," Geno said. 

    "Shut the f-ck up," June responded

    "I wish I would have had somebody to show me what prison would be like. I learned the hard way," Geno said.

    Then the question arose about what June would do if Geno goes to prison and June doesn't. June cannot drive herself.

  • 'I'M NO MF-ING INMATE' JUNE SAID

    Malika told June about how she won't have control over her life in prison.

    "They know everything about you in here," Malika said.

    She told June that the prison guards can monitor your phone conversations and watch you 24/7.

    "I'm not no motherf--king inmate," June said. "I don't have to be here."

  • GENO GIVES MAMA JUNE A TASTE OF JAIL

    "I understand Geno was trying to teach me a lesson because I wasn't listening to him, but throwing me in jail was not the answer," Mama June said angrily.

    While she was in her cell, a recovering addict named Malika spoke with her and shared her own tragic experience.

    "I'm not cut out for jail," June said. "Being in this cell and meeting Malika...it's kinda hitting home."

    "I cannot be without the girls," she said of her daughters.

  • HONEY BOO BOO FINDS OUT SHE DOES NOT HAVE DIABETES

    "You being overweight at your age and not eating like you're supposed to, that can't really happen," Lauryn "Pumpkin" Shannon told her sister.

    "It wouldn't hurt all of us to lose a couple of pounds," she went on.

    Honey Boo Boo – born Alana Thompson – was relieved that she doesn't have diabetes.

    "I don't want to be as big as Mama," Alana said. "I don't want to get to the point where I have to have surgery."

    Mama June has had multiple surgeries.

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