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TLC has given “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” the boot after a story surfaced on Thursday claiming June Shannon—aka Mama June—was dating a convicted child molester.Shannon reacted to the news in a video she posted on her daughter Alana "Honey Boo Boo" Thompson's Facebook page.“I honestly believe that the ‘it’ is pursuing my daughter to get to my granddaughter.” Malinda claims the real issue is not her boyfriend — it is her mother’s need for control.“I don’t feel my boyfriend should be on the sex offender registry,” she says. I just don’t get the vibe that he would ever harm anyone intentionally.” Malinda says her family has asked her to choose between them and Jack — but she refuses. “There’s no way.” Malinda’s younger sister, Dawn, says she believes their mother is over-reacting and not giving Malinda the chance to live her own life.The site posted a photo of Shannon and Mc Daniel together, but Shannon insisted she has not seen him for more than 10 years and that the photo was faked. “TLC has cancelled the series 'Here Comes Honey Boo Boo' and ended all activities around the series, effective immediately," a rep from TLC told FOX411."Supporting the health and welfare of these remarkable children is our only priority.And things became all the more horrifying for her when he brought her daughter into their discussions.
A mother has shared a horrifying account of how she inadvertently put herself and her seven-year-old daughter in terrible danger when she unknowingly got into a relationship with an unregistered sex offender she met online.
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There's no law that makes it unlawful for a parent with custody to date a convicted sex offender, and no law that says a parent that does so would automatically lose custody.
A court would examine all of the factors involved - does this individual spend time with the child, and have they tried to harm them, what was the nature of their crime, if they are still on parole/probation, are they even allowed children, etc.
If the mother is shown to be putting the children at risk and the court feels it is in the best interest of the child/children, they can change the custody order.
If you need clarification or further information, you can always REPLY He was convicted when he was 17, of aggravated sexual assault on a child, age 7 female. My son is 4, and we just signed custody papers to where I have full custody, and my ex has every other weekend visitation.