Mama June Shannon looked disheveled outside in flannel pajamas as she ordered fast food delivery twice in less than two hours after admitting a 100lb weight gain.
In exclusive photos, obtained by The Sun, June, 42, was spotted venturing in her flannel pajamas to the front yard of a house where she and her boyfriend Justin Stroud, 34, were staying in the south of California, when she picked up her first fast food delivery on Friday.
The reality TV star and mother of four picked up a food delivery with a Postmates receipt attached to the plastic bag.
Within two hours, June’s boyfriend picked up another fast food delivery, this time it was a large order from Chick-Fil-A, which the pair slipped as she was sitting on the porch.
June, who recently admitted to having gained 100 pounds since becoming sober two years ago, was seen enjoying two large sandwiches from the famous poultry purveyors.
The night before, June went out to pick up a large delivery from local Mexican restaurant Don Cuco.
When June entered this order, she seemed to have trouble accepting her payment.
After handing her first card to the delivery man, June had to fumble to hand over a second card to pay for the Mexican feast.
The Mama June from Not to Hot star was also spotted visiting a weight loss surgeon’s office in Beverly Hills on Friday.
UNDER THE KNIFE?
As The Sun previously reported, June and Justin were spotted visiting the offices of Dr. Michael Feiz, who had his gastric sleeve surgery in 2016.
The Mama June: From Not to Hot star complained during a recent live stream with fans that she had gained 100 pounds since being sober two years ago.
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June candidly opened up on Thursday that as she celebrated two years of drug and alcohol sobriety, she was battling her food addiction, which led to weight gain.
The exact nature of her visit to Dr. Feiz’s office on Friday is unclear, but she was in and out within an hour.
Her trip to the doctor’s office was part of a larger jaunt to sunny Southern California, where June and her love attended a fair, rode a carousel and went for a hike – all while having a arrest warrant pending for his return to Alabama.
Authorities in Alabama previously told The Sun that Justin was a wanted man and a warrant was open for his arrest.
June seemed to ignore all of the impending legal issues facing her man as she paraded him around Los Angeles.
A law enforcement contact involved in Justin’s case exclusively revealed to The Sun that there is “an open warrant for his arrest” and that they would like to speak to him.
The TV star is dating the auto mechanic, who once posed in front of a Confederate flag for a photo in a now-deleted Facebook profile, since last year.
June first mentioned she had a new “boo” without revealing her identity when she showed off a tattoo he had done on her Instagram Stories in her home state of Georgia on Oct. 13.and.
THE MAN WANTED BY MOM
Justin had breached his probation during an arrest in 2020, according to court documents previously obtained by The Sun.
The documents revealed that a warrant had been issued for Justin’s arrest after he failed to show up for meetings with his Alabama probation officer in October, just days after he was seen with the star showing off her new tattoo in Atlanta, Georgia.
Stroud’s arrest warrant alleged that in September he was expelled from MOM’S Rehab in Alabama on suspicion of drug abuse.
“On September 14, 2021, at approximately 10 p.m., Mr. Stroud appeared to be impaired while in the cafeteria of the establishment. Cafeteria security cameras were reviewed,” and “Mr. Stroud appeared to show signs of physical impairment in the video.
“When he attempted to speak to Mr. Stroud about his behavior at 10.45pm, he was found passed out in bed wearing his work clothes and work boots.”
June’s boyfriend took a drug test at the time; however, the tests came back negative. Nevertheless, he was kicked out of rehab for alleged drug addiction.
The following day, he reportedly confessed to his probation officer that he had consumed ‘water’, also known as the party drug GHB.
The probation officer noted in the warrant that GHB does not show up on routine drug screens.
From the warrant report, the probation officer seemed willing to work with Stroud through the alleged mistake.
He reported for probation as required for the remainder of September, but did not report for his probation meetings on October 21, 22 and 25, as the warrant for his arrest was issued on October 26. October.
The Sun previously revealed that Justin was arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, as well as third-degree residential burglary and theft of property in November 2019. He pleaded guilty to the latter two charges.
The mother-of-four broke up with longtime boyfriend Geno Doak in early 2021 and was briefly linked to TikToker Jordan McCollum before sharing Justin’s new tattoo in October.
The silver rose tattoo sits above an older piece that Justin had done.
In her October IG story clip, June gave no clues about who her new love was and only tagged the tattoo artist who did the piece for Justin.
On October 18, Justin showed off the new ink in a bathroom selfie on his Instagram page, tagging his location in Atlanta, Georgia.
MAMA’S LAST LOVE AFFAIR WAS ROCKY
June had a tumultuous relationship with her ex Geno as the couple struggled with drug addiction and both were arrested during their three-year romance.
The Sun exclusively revealed that Geno was sentenced to 16 months in prison for drug trafficking after his ex narrowly avoided any jail time related to the same 2019 incident.
According to court records, Geno was admitted to the Alabama prison system on July 29 and given a release date of November 28, 2022.
Geno’s sentence will be served through the Macon County-based Community Corrections Program.
June and Geno were arrested outside a gas station in Alabama for possession of crack cocaine on March 15, 2019.
Geno was also charged with third degree domestic violence, as well as a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.
June fans are expecting her Road to Redemption series to return this spring.
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