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Remember "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo", the dreadful show about a family of inbred goober rednecks that was a spinoff from the equally dreadful show "Toddlers And Tiaras"?

Well, good ol' "Mama June" is back in the news....she's being prosecuted for not paying child support for the daughter who was molested.


Mama June Prosecuted for Not Paying Child Support for Molested Daughter

Mama June stiffed the woman who took care of June's daughter after she was molested by June's boyfriend ... this according to Georgia prosecutors who filed a criminal case against her.

June's mother, Sandra Hale, became the guardian of Anna/aka Chickadee in 2003, a year after Mark McDaniel forced the girl (who was 8 at the time) to perform oral sex on him

When the guardianship was created, June was required to pay her mom $100 a month in child support. But fast forward to 2009, when the Henry County D.A. filed criminal contempt charges against June, claiming she was way behind on her payments -- $4,144.62 behind.

According to legal docs -- obtained by TMZ -- June was behind "due to willful and continuous refusal to comply."

The D.A. threatened her with jail if she didn't pay. The mug shot was taken in the contempt case.

The D.A. dismissed the contempt charge 3 months after it was filed ... presumably because June belatedly paid.

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