Mama June Shannon & Boyfriend Geno Doak Arrested for Crack Cocaine Following Gas Station Domestic Dispute

“Them substances were just vitamins! Honest!”

Crack is whack…but apparently no one told Mama June Shannon and her boyfriend Geno Doak that! 

The Mama June: From Not to Hot stars were arrested at an Alabama gas station on Wednesday after cops found drugs and drug paraphernalia on both of them, TMZ reports. Apparently, Mama June and Geno got into some sort of domestic spat at the gas station (as you do), and a witness called police. The site reports that once the police arrived, they gave Geno a pat-down but he asked them not to reach into one of his pockets, for safety reasons.

“I don’t want you to get sticked or nothing,” Geno reportedly told the cops, according to the police report. 

AS.YOU.DO.

After the cops allegedly discovered a needle in Geno’s pocket, they mozied on over to Mama June, whom was allegedly carrying a glass pipe with white residue in the pocket of her jogging suit. (She is trying to keep all that weight she shed off, after all. She was probably just about to go for a nice, long jog!) In her car, cops allegedly found a pill bottle with a white controlled substance in the glove compartment, which Mama June admitted was crack cocaine. 

It’s hard to believe these fine citizens could be arrested for drug possession at a gas station, I know…

TMZ reports that both Mama June and Geno were arrested. Each was charged with felony possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia, and Geno was also charged with domestic violence/harassment, due to the gas station fight with Mama June. 

Geno, who has dated Mama June for three years, has made frequent appearances on June’s WEtv reality show. A new season of the show premiered Friday night, despite Mama June’s arrest. Mama June (or someone using her Twitter account) live-tweeted the Season 3 premiere on Friday night without mentioning her drug bust.  

WEtv has yet to release a statement regarding Mama June’s arrest.

Check out the chuckle-worthy photo of June being hauled off in a police car below!

Stay tuned…

(Photos: WEtv) 

22 Comments

  1. Dang it, I was sure hoping Geno could do a crossover with Dr. Pimple Popper and have those cysts on his head popped. Now my dreams are shattered.


  2. Crack is a controlled substance, because it’s a schedule II under the controlled substance act. That’s why it’s considered a controlled substance, just like all other illegal drugs even herion.


  3. Actually cocaine and methamphetamine are schedule II controlled substances and can be legally prescribed because they do have medical uses.


  4. Now we know why the youngest has a severe eating disorder. One smoked crack to keep off weight. The other medicates with food. And that ex sperm donor looks like he marinates in cheap beer and Cheetos. Every so called adult on that god forsaken show has substance abuse issues.


  5. I’m guessing this wasn’t their first ‘dispute’. Look at the size of that lump on his head! And that look on his face says it all. Vacant, lost, with a slight hint of brain damage.


  6. This is the trashiest thing ever. Well, almost. Getting back together with the guy that just got outta jail for molesting your daughter is definitely trashiest.


  7. A woman who got back together with her ex fresh out of prison because he had molested her own child would do such thing? Unvelievable.


  8. She is seriously the absolut worst of trash television. Getting back together with the man who just got out of jail for molesting your daughter is unforgivable. Screw her, I can’t believe she is still on television.


  9. Mama June’s boyfriend really looks like a crackhead. Her poor children; imagine a role model like that to look up to. I wonder what’s going to happen to Alana? Hopefully she can live with a stable relative.


    1. Like who? Maybe the grandma that raised whatever farm named child of Junes but that’s about the most stable available.


  10. I’m so confused about crack cocaine being called a “controlled substance”? I thought a controlled substance was something a pharmacy gave you, and an “illegal substance” is a drug the pharmacy does NOT give you, i.e. heroin, cocaine, meth, crack cocaine, etc. Or do they just call anything you’re not supposed to have on you a controlled substance now?


    1. There are classes of controlled substances. Class II – Class V drugs are what you get at a pharmacy. Class I drugs are substances that are illegal totally, they can’t be legally prescribed, like heroin, cocaine, etc.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.