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Mama June's Former Home To Hit Market, Check Out The Fancy Remodel

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By Ryan Naumann

Mama June’s former Georgia home will be hitting the market and the pad underwent an INSANE remodel.

Back in August, the reality star secretly unloaded her home along with the majority of her personal belongings.

Sources tell us, the buyer gutted the property and changed the entire look inside. The home will be put up for sale later this month.

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Back in 2015, the reality star purchased the 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom, 3,225 sq. ft. home in Hampton, Georgia for $149,000.

The original listing for the property read, “You could be happy here! You will love this 4 bed 3 full bath traditional 2 story. Inside features New carpet, New paint and New appliances, a large living room, wall to wall carpet, dining room, a large kitchen, and a full bath on the main level. Upstairs includes a wonderfully large master suite, a luxurious bath, separate shower the second full bath, and three additional bedrooms. Walk to the swimming pool for a day of fun!”

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The home was featured throughout the hit reality show “Mama June: From Not to Hot” and was where her daughter, Honey Boo Boo aka Alana, had been living until June’s recent troubles.

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Earlier this month, Mama June and Eugene “Geno” Doak were both hit with a grand jury indictments for felony drug possession. The charges stemmed from their arrest for cocaine possession earlier this year.

The grand jury found that Mama June “did unlawfully possess a controlled substance-to-wit: Cocaine, in violation of” the law and “did unlawfully possess with intent to use in inject, ingest, inhale or otherwise introduce into the human body, drug paraphernalia, to-wit: a pipe” against the law.

The drug possession charge is a felony, while the paraphernalia charge is a misdemeanor. They are both facing years in prison if convicted.

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Back in March, Mama June and Geno were arrested by police in Macon County, Alabama. The cops were called after the two were arguing at a gas station.

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