“Mama” June Shannon and her ex, Mike “Sugar Bear” Thompson, faced off over their daughter, Alana, during a tense custody session.
Thompson, noted a mediator in a new Mama June: From Not to Hot clip exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com, had been in touch with his daughter and all seemed to be going well — until recently.
“They don’t talk,” countered June, 38. “It’s so sporadic that it’s kind of…it’s crazy.”
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But Mike, 46, explained June would never pick up when he called and things got better once their 12-year-old got her own cellphone.
Despite their ongoing problems, Mike told the mediator he would like to see if he and June “can get on the same page” so he might have some regular unsupervised visitation and “see how that goes.”
June scoffed at the idea. She explained Mike didn’t take the chance to drive to see his daughter when she and Alana were in his area for five weeks.
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And the mom said if Mike ever hoped to have visitation, he needed to step up and say he wanted to be a father and be there for Alana.
“That’s my daughter. I want to be in her life. I want to be her father,” insisted Mike. “Whatever I got to do I want to do it.”
But when the mediator told June and Mike they needed to come together to do what’s best for Alana, June lost it.
“I’m tired of pushing her to her father when she doesn’t want a thing to do with him,” she blasted, noting she’s “tired” of Mike saying he’s going to do something but failing to come through.
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Unfortunately for Alana, her parents’ meeting ended in failure.
“I’m done! I’m not going back out there,” said June after storming out of the contentious meeting.
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