The Georgia Division of Family and Children Services visited the Thompson family, who reside in the rural town of McIntyre, Georgia, unannounced in March.
The family was questioned on their outlandish parenting behaviors that were featured on Toddlers & Tiaras, including giving their 6-year-old daughter a caffeinated cocktail of Red Bull and Mountain Dew called Go Go Juice, and serving her roadkill for dinner, according to the National Enquirer.
Authorities “found reason to bring the case to court,” but a “court-appointed attorney” for June Shannon, the family’s matriarch, convinced the judge to throw the case out, a source told the magazine.
On top of the much-publicized Go Go Juice, authorities visited the Thompsons after viewing an online video that showed Alana dancing for dollars in a bar. The video was not filmed by the network, but can still be found on YouTube, showed Alana dancing atop of table in a darkened room with lights flashing around her.
Mom June defended her daughter, claiming her daughter had been dancing in a college bar, not a “sleazy one.”
The family proudly displays their self-proclaimed “redneck” behavior on their new spinoff, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, including going mud belly flop diving and adopting a pet pig named Glitzy.
Check out a clip from Here Comes Honey Boo Boo below.
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