Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson is refusing to move back in with Mama June Shannon. She says she plans to stay with her older sister, Lauryn “Pumpkin” Shannon, until Mama June’s boyfriend, Geno Doak, is no longer in her life.

A source told TMZ that Alana wants to see her mom get Geno out of her life and admit herself into rehab.

The confession comes a day after a few videos surfaced of Mama June struggling to get her boyfriend into their home after he reportedly crashed his SUV into their garage.

The video, obtained by TMZ, shows Mama June trying to help Geno out of the truck and Geno barely able to walk. At one point, viewers can hear Geno punching his vehicle.

According to TMZ, shortly after the crash was made public, Alana went to her mom’s home for a “face-to-face conversation that lasted about an hour.”

As Dearly previously reported, after Mama June and Geno’s arrests for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia, the pair was court ordered by a judge to stay away from each other.

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I can't believe this day three years ago we have met who would have imagined two people that were not looking for anything and did not want to be in a relationship at the time would turn into never leave each other side I have to say it's been some of the best times of my life and the girls life yes i know we separated few a months in 2016 but we reunited and realized we both wanted each other life forever and this is where we wanted to be but I have to say I love you just as much today I'm in love with you and fall in love with you everyday you are my rock and my voice of reason I know sometimes I get on your nerves but just know that you are very much appreciated for each and everything always saying that it's the little things that happen in life I hope that we are together many years and months and days to come he make life so easy and so fun and crazy I wouldn't have it any other way you have been here through everything weight loss many surgeries me losing my vision things are going with the kids pumpkin giving birth to tink which y'all both think the world of each other about just know that I love and I care about you very much and would do anything to see you happy thanks for bringing so much joy to my life and showing us that men are not all bad here are some of my favorite memories that we have shared with each other over the years as I always tell you I want to be together 20 plus years so we have 17 more to go dp hold on for a wild crazy adventurous busy continuati ous of this amazing story we have going (sn this was suppose post yesterday the 13th)#stillinlovrnhappy #3yrs #junp #powercouple #12/13/15 @doakgeno

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It was after the troubled pair’s arrest that Pumpkin acquired temporary custody of Alana. The 13-year-old has been living with Pumpkin and Pumpkin’s family ever since.

After the video surfaced, fans praised Pumpkin for taking care of Alana, who openly admitted that she’s “scared” to live with Mama June:

So smart of Alana that she wanted to stay with her sister cause she didn’t feel safe with them!

While others are concerned about the public’s safety:

This pisses me off driving drunk the way he’s stumbling he could have hurt or killed someone they need to revoke his license if he even has one.

This footage should be enough for him to be arrested… this is absolutely insane. He could have killed someone

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 29 people in the United States die in motor vehicle crashes that involve an alcohol-impaired driver, every day. That’s one death every 50 minutes.

Neither Mama June nor Pumpkin have commented on the incident. However, June has been active on Instagram, sharing a picture of Pumpkin’s daughter.

Fans flooded the reality stars comments encouraging her to use her family as motivation and seek help.

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