“Mama” June Shannon has gone through countless changes over the past two years. Not only did she tie the knot with Justin Stroud and become a grandmother again, but she’s also changing up her look.
The Mama June: From Not to Hot reality star now sports a new hairstyle that’s very different from all of her previous styles. Per, The US Sun, Shannon took to her Instagram story to share her hairstyle. In the media release, her locks were long, wavy and a soft shade of pink. She also showed off the color in another post, writing that fans “will be seeing more of our makeover.”
Shannon not only changes her appearance, but also rekindles some relationships from the past. In fact, the star confronted her old friend in pursuit of justice. But did she walk away a richer woman? Shannon has opened up about why she took such drastic action against someone she once helped.
Mama June Shannon wins case against Adam Barta
June Shannon took her ex-boyfriend Adam Barta to court on reality TV. The “Road to Redemption” star aired her grievances on Court Night Live, where, according to People, she asked the court to award her $5,000 in payment for the services rendered. She claimed Barta used her “likeness and name for his financial gain.” Shannon sometimes appeared on Barta’s YouTube channel and was also a consultant for his new television show, The Dish. She claimed that Barta also turned down his original offer and did not recognize her as an executive producer.
Barta claimed he texted Shannon a contract, but he says Shannon “never confirmed it at all”. For her part, Honey BooBoo’s mother revealed the reason she was suing Barta, explaining, “I felt like I was being used.” She added, “I’ve got a life of my own, I’ve got a TV show of my own, so can.” I don’t produce his show for free.” The court awarded Shannon the money and ordered Barta to appoint her as executive producer on his show.
Shannon also welcomes the changes in her private life. She recently shared some snaps from the last ten years on Instagram. In the caption, she wrote, “While I’ve changed in so many ways… I’m thinking about where I was then and where I am now and it’s so different in so many ways… I’m in such a better place today.” ”