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Honey Boo Boo Cries And Begs Mama June to Understand Why She’s No Longer Living With Her

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Honey Boo Boo admits she’s scared to live with her mom and that it’s not her choice she’s living with her older sister, Lauryn (AKA Pumpkin).

In a new one minute clip from WEtv’s “Mama June: From Not to Hot,” the family’s intervention goes south when June storms out threatening to call the cops. However, the most emotional moment was seeing Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson break down into tears.

During the last episode of the show, Mama June is seen going in and out of consciousness before Pumpkin calls an ambulance for her. However, Pumpkin gets irritated by June’s boyfriend, Geno, after he convinces the 39-year-old that she doesn’t need to go to the hospital:

“Geno, man, he doesn’t give a sh*t. He’s honestly gonna get Mama killed if she doesn’t get rid of that dirtbag.”

Eventually, June’s family has an intervention where Honey Boo Boo breaks down.

In a clip shared by the Daily Mail, the 13-year-old tells her mom that she scared to come home with her:

“Do you not understand that I am staying with my sister? And that’s not by choice.”

It’s when June tells Alana that it is her choice that the teen breaks down into tears:

“It’s not my choice.”

The clip later shows Pumpkin telling Alana’s father and June’s ex, Sugar Bear, that she is taking temporary custody of her little sister shortly after they learned June and Geno were arrested on drug charges.

The clip ends with June saying she “hates” herself and the person she became:

“I want to f****** the person that I am right now.”

It’s been roughly two months since June and Geno were arrested on March 13, Dearly previously reported.

It’s believed that Alana is still living with Lauryn, who is being called her “de facto guardian,” per TMZ. Alana said at one point:

“I just want my mom back honestly.”

One of Alana’s most recent Instagram post is of her and her sister:

She captioned the photo:

Sisterly love

June and Geno were charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Geno was also charged with domestic violence. It’s unclear when the couple is expected to be in court next.

June has not yet opened up regarding her arrest or Honey Boo Boo’s new living arrangement.

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Man facing assault charges for attack in George Washington University campus parking garage

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A 27-year-old man has been arrested and charged in connection to an attempted sexual assault in a D.C. parking garage that left a woman severely injured earlier this month, police said.

A 27-year-old man has been arrested and charged in connection to an attempted sexual assault in a D.C. parking garage that left a woman severely injured earlier this month, police said.

On Oct. 4, a woman was assaulted while walking in a George Washington University parking garage, police said. The suspect attempted to force the woman into a sexual act during the assault.

On Wednesday, D.C. and George Washington University police announced that Omar Williams, of no fixed address, had been arrested and charged with assault with intent to commit first-degree sexual abuse while armed, and aggravated assault while armed.

Police said the woman was seriously injured in the assault, and that her injuries required hospitalization.

During the investigation into Williams, police said they connected him to two other violent crimes in Northwest D.C.

On Sept. 25, a woman reported being knocked down and robbed of her purse. The victim then ran from the scene.

The other assault happened on Aug. 30, when a suspect walked into a business on the 600 block of Massachusetts Avenue Northwest, grabbed some merchandise and attempted to leave. A person tried to intervene, and the suspect assaulted them, police said.

George Washington University Police Chief James Tate thanked D.C. police for their help in locating a suspect in the case.

“I also want to thank the GW community for its support during this investigation, and for his patience and allowing us to do our work behind the scenes — thank you,” Tate said.

WTOP’s Kristi King contributed to this report.

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Charges filed against owner of escaped zebras in Prince George’s County

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Charges have been filed against the owner of several zebras that have been running around loose in Prince George’s County, Maryland, for almost two months, and another zebra that belonged to him has been found dead.

Charges have been filed against the owner of several zebras that have been running around loose in Prince George’s County, Maryland, for almost two months, and another zebra that belonged to him has been found dead.

Three animal cruelty charges were filed Tuesday in Prince George’s County District Court against Jerry Holly, 76, of Upper Marlboro, Maryland, who has a herd of nearly 40 zebras on his property along Duley Station Road. Prince George’s County Animal Services Chief Rodney Taylor said the herd was moved to Maryland from Florida in late summer, The Associated Press reported.

The charges are animals at large, cruelty and neglect and manner of keeping/nuisance. All relate to the three zebras that escaped from the farm on Aug. 26.



The charging documents say the zebras have not received the care they require during the more than 50 days they have been on the loose.

It was revealed last week that one of the escaped zebras got caught in a snare trap and died in September.

According to charging documents, the trap was just 2 feet away from the fenced zebra enclosure. Snare traps are illegal in Prince George’s County, and an investigation into who set it is ongoing.

The documents go on to say that an investigating officer from Maryland Natural Resources Police thinks the animal most likely died from dehydration after several days of struggling in the trap. The officer said, in his opinion, the animal should have been seen or heard while it was dying if the caretaker had attended to his animals.

By the time natural resources police responded on Sept. 16, the animal was completely decomposed and the cause of its death could not be determined.

Another zebra that was not one of the escapees, was found dead Tuesday on Holly’s property. The charging documents say that animal had been dead long enough for rigor mortis to set in.

Efforts to capture the two zebras that are still running free continue, and the Department of the Environment (DoE) for Prince George’s County says it has inspected the property every two to three business days since they first escaped.

As the DoE investigates, it has chosen not to impound the surviving zebra herd. But it is exploring the possibility of getting help from animal sanctuaries if the decision is made to remove the zebras from the farm.

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Police: Boy stabbed elementary school classmate

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Petersburg police say a boy took a knife to his elementary school and stabbed a 6-year-old classmate during recess.

PETERSBURG, Va. — Petersburg police say a boy took a knife to his elementary school and stabbed a 6-year-old classmate during recess.

WWBT-TV reports that police said the attack happened Tuesday at Walnut Hill Elementary School and the school notified parents on Wednesday.

The student used a pocketknife, injuring another 6-year-old boy from his earlobe to his face.

The injured student is expected to be OK and police say it was an isolated incident between those two students. No one else was hurt.

After consulting with the Commonwealth’s Attorney, police say the child who brought the knife is not expected to face criminal charges.

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