MAMA June Shannon’s daughter Lauryn Pumpkin Effard and husband Josh are currently filming a new spin-off show that does not include any major family members.
The US Sun can exclusively report that the spin-off with June’s daughter Pumpkin, 22, has quietly begun filming, according to sources familiar with the production.
“Pumpkin and Josh are filming with the kids and Alana and Doralyn are also part of the production,” a source said, adding that Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson, 17, and her boyfriend, 21, He spoke of Dora Linkarswell’s involvement.
A second source confirmed that fans shouldn’t expect to see much of the Mama June: Road to Redemption star in this new family spinoff.
As The Sun previously reported, June got off easy and was ordered to pay Pumpkin $800 a month in child support for Alana.
Noting that June’s gross income at the time was about $25,000 a month, the judges stated in their ruling: Season. ”
Meanwhile, another source familiar with the spinoff added that fans will likely see the family travel to Vegas over the course of the spinoff.
WeTV did not respond to The US Sun’s request for comment.
The US Sun previously reported that Pumpkin and Josh were discussing the spinoff back in July.
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After Pumpkin and Josh welcomed twins in May, it was also revealed that Pumpkin doubled his brood of children.
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The 22-year-old Road to Redemption star gave birth to twins via C-section at a Georgia hospital on May 19.
The boy’s name is Sylus Ray Efird and his twin sister’s name is Stella Renae Efird.
Stella weighed 6 pounds 1 ounce when she was born at 8:50 am, followed by little Cyrus a minute later weighing 5 pounds 4 ounces.
Pumpkin revealed that only she and Josh were allowed into the delivery room when the twins were born.
After giving birth, Josh’s mother, stepfather and grandmother were the first visitors.
An overjoyed Pumpkin told The Sun:
“This means that even if life is a little bit busier, it will be worth it in the end.”
Plenty of pumpkin on the plate
According to Georgia court documents first obtained by The Sun, a judge gave sole custody of Alana to her sister, Pumpkin, and separated her from her mother, June.
The young mother has been Alana’s legal guardian since August 2019 after her mother became addicted to drugs.
In a final order issued in April 2022, the judge said Pumpkin “had had guardianship of minor children since April 29, 2019.
“It is in the child’s best interest that the plaintiff is granted sole custody.”