MAMA June showed off her "blinged out" six month sobriety chip on Instagram for all her fans to see.
The Mama June: From Not to Hot: Family Crisis took to the social media platform to share the exciting news and to show off her very impressive chip off.
She captioned the video: "Thanks so much to @ginarodriguez n @b_lynnsnail for the gift I love The blinged out six months chip."
The reality TV star also mentioned her boyfriend Geno Doak, who also has been getting sober.
She said: "That is something I’m very proud of as me and @doakgeno are over six months clean now…"
In the video Mama June – whose real name is June Shannon – also once again mentioned how "proud" she is of her chip and her accomplishment.
Mama June, 40, and Geno, 44, recently wrapped up a rehab stint, and June revealed that she is now living the "sober life."
June is currently away from her four daughters, Anna, 25, Jessica, 23, Pumpkin, 20, and Alana, 14, while she improves her well being while living with Geno in Florida.
Alana, better known as Honey Boo Boo, is staying with Pumpkin, her husband, Josh Efird, and their young daughter, Ella.
Before rehab, Geno admitted that the pair spent $150,000 in six months on crack cocaine.
Who currently has custody of Honey Boo Boo?
Alana, better known as Honey Boo Boo, shot to fame as a five year old on the TLC show Tantrums and Tiaras, alongside her mom Mama June.
The teen is now estranged from her mom after her drugs arrest in 2019. Alana is the youngest of four siblings which Mama June had with three different men.
Her dad is Mike "Sugar Bear" Thompson, and he also appeared on the reality program
At the moment, Alana's half-sister Pumpkin, aka Lauryn, 20, is taking care of 14-year-old Alana and she has also obtained legal guardianship.
Pumpkin is also caring for her daughter Ella.
While the pair have been sober for half a year, the family’s therapist exclusively told The Sun that a relapse "is happening."
He explained: "Relapse is a part of recovery. I do suspect there will be one. They’re a couple of months out and their recovery is still very, very fragile.
“Relapse is happening, it’s coming. We know that. Three weeks, three months, six months, it’s happening.”
He added: "What I want to see is June build up relapse prevention skills. I want her to have enough good things in her life so when that day comes, she can make an easy decision. I’m not going to do as much because I got a lot of good stuff I don’t want to lose right now.
“Hopefully she will gain good things for when relapse comes. Hopefully they are still adherent to treatment.”
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