She sold her Georgia home, jewelry and possessions to pay dealers. “Addiction is real, guys. I’m a real person, I have real issues and that’s what I share with people,” Mama June continued. “I say that I’m a recovering addict. I know I had a problem but it’s hard for me to say I’m still an addict because I’m not doing those things anymore.”
Mama June is seven months clean, and isn’t looking to leave the reality TV spotlight anytime soon. “If I can make it through the crazy rollercoasters in life being in front the camera, anyone can do it in this crazy thing called life,” she concluded.
Hopefully the Shannon family has time to heal, either in front of cameras or not.