Mama June and boyfriend stroll 'aimlessly' around an empty Florida casino despite coronavirus panic

Thursday 19th March 2020

TROUBLED MAMA June and her boyfriend strolled "aimlessly" around an empty Florida casino despite coronavirus panic.

The sighting comes just days after her daughters' Anna and Jessica's plastic surgery makeover and Alana "Honey Boo Boo" Thompson admitting she's "not okay" following her mother's arrest for crack possession.

June, 40, and boyfriend Geno Doak were spotted by TMZ gambling with their health while hanging out in a Florida casino.

June and her partner visited Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, FL, on Tuesday, with witnesses saying "the couple seemed to be walking aimlessly around the casino floor."

Mama and Geno made their way to one of the South Florida casinos that hasn't closed as they start shutting down following recommendations.

The reality star is set to return to screens on Saturday in the new season of her show From Not to Hot.

It came just days after Alana, 14, shared a post on Facebook this week that read: "Shout out to women who haven't felt okay lately, but who get up everyday and refuse to quit."

And despite her troubles, the message ended on an optimistic note and read: "Stay strong queens."

The family has been facing turmoil after June was arrested in March 2019 along with her boyfriend, Geno Doak, for possession of a controlled substance - crack cocaine - and possession of drug paraphernalia - a crack pipe.

Alana helped give her mom an intervention with family including sisters Jessica, 23, and Lauryn, 20.

But it didn't help, as June ran off with Geno, leaving Honey Boo Boo in the custody of Lauryn, aka Pumpkin.

Boyfriend Geno was also charged with domestic violence.

Alana, who has spent most of her childhood in the public eye, recently pleaded with people to be "kinder," revealing she was "barely holding it together."

She wrote on Facebook: "If y'all only knew how many people are barely holing it together, you'd be a little kinder."

In October 2019, June and Geno's attorney entered a not guilty plea on their behalf, but they can face up to a year in jail if found guilty.

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