Mama June’s Drug Screening Tests 'Positive for Cocaine' as She Tearfully Denies Using It

Mama June Shannon denies drinking cocaine - but the results of her last drug test say otherwise.
In an exclusive PEOPLE clip from From Not to Hot: Family Crisis on Friday, the reality star of We tv voluntarily takes part in a drug screening. But when the results come back, they're not what they expected.
June 40 admits to taking Fioricet, a prescription pain reliever to treat symptoms of tension headache, and Xanax, a benzodiazepine medication to treat anxiety and panic disorders.
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And when the results of her urine test show that she was "positive for cocaine", June bursts into tears.
"No, I promise I am not," June says.
"I'm going to do a blood test, I'm going to do five of them," June says crying. "I want to have a blood test to prove I'm not."
See also: Lauryn 'Pumpkin' Shannon on Mama June's disappearance
For further clarification, June will undergo a blood test, but the results will not be released.
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"I really thought I would go crazy if mom's drug test was positive," says her daughter Lauryn "Pumpkin" Shannon in the clip. "But mom's reaction shows me that she's basically screaming for help."
The June relationship with daughters Lauryn and Alana "Honey Boo Boo" Thompson has been tense since she was arrested in March 2019 for possession of a controlled substance and drug supplies after allegedly carrying crack cocaine and a crack pipe.
Her friend, Eugene Edward "Geno" Doak, was also arrested and charged with third-degree domestic violence, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of drug supplies. Both were charged with crimes in September. A representative of the Macon County District Attorney's Office confirmed to PEOPLE in October that the couple's lawyer, Daniel Wright, had made a non-guilty declaration on her behalf in an Alabama courthouse.
"We've been clean for three months, I promise," June said.
Mama June: Family Crisis will be broadcast on WE-TV on Fridays (9 p.m. ET).

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