WORRIED fans have begged Mama June to go "see your daughters" as the reality star revealed she was away working in Florida.
The From Hot to Not star posted on Instagram that she was in Florida working on her new website, alongside a picture of herself with actor pal Adam Barta.
The 40-year-old wrote: "This is a pic before they made it so you have to wear mask when you go out. We’re back open in Florida but still be careful.
"My new website launched and I’ve been staying inside working on it so I can connect with you all!"
But some of her followers were not impressed and one commented: "June, please see your daughters they need you and your granddaughter need you too."
Another pleaded: "Why don’t you CONNECT with your daughters!!!"
"Why are you not in Georgia with you kids," asked a fan.
June is mother to 14-year-old Alana who is currently being cared for by her older sister Pumpkin, 20, in the home she shares with husband Josh Efird and their daughter Ella, 2.
Episodes of Mama June: From Not to Hot Family Crisis have shown June's daughters trying to get her on the straight and narrow after her arrest – alongside boyfriend Geno Doak – for possession of crack cocaine in March 2019.
In October 2019, their attorney entered a not guilty plea on their behalf.
Mama June sold her Georgia home at a huge loss for fast cash in October 2019.
Then in December 2019, June and Geno were accused of causing $1,000 worth of damage after trashing their hotel room.
Recent events have seen the family attempting and failing to get their mother into rehab.
In a shocking turn of events, last month Alana posted a live video of her on social media pretending to snort cocaine.
Pumpkin, who's really named Lauryn, could be heard yelling at her younger sister: "Alana, seriously, what the f**k?
"You know you’re not supposed to be doing this kind of stuff. Jokingly snorting cocaine. It’s not funny. It’s not a joke.
"Take your a** to your room and think about it. This s**t can be really bad for all of us."
Alana responded: “It was just a joke!”
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