Honey Boo Boo's Mama June recently said "I do" to her husband Justin Stroud in a secret Georgia courthouse wedding, after less than a year of dating.
The vows were exchanged following a run-in with the law in February, which resulted in Shroud being arrested in Boca Raton, FL.
The two were on the road for months together despite Shroud's outstanding warrant for owing approximately $10,000 in unpaid child support when Florida police caught up to them, according to The Sun.
Contacted by Narcity, Mama June stated her new husband is not behind on his payments. She wrote, "he doesn’t have unpaid child support, his child support is paid up and is actually ahead a month." Narcity has not obtained the necessary documents to verify this claim.
June Edith "Mama June" Shannon added that she's planning another wedding with the kids and family at a later time.*
The newlywed couple was recently spotted on a trip to the Florida panhandle, reported Page Six.
They were photographed being overtly affectionate in a resort pool, exchanging kisses on lounge chairs, cuddling, and roughhousing in the pool. They also floated on an inner tube.
June was wearing her lavish diamond engagement rings, while Stroud donned multiple gold chains.
Shortly after their trip, it was revealed by Page Six that June lost custody of her 16-year-old daughter, Alana "Honey Boo Boo" Thompson, and had been ordered by the courts to pay child support to her 22-year-old daughter, Lauryn "Pumpkin" Shannon, who is taking care of her little sister.
Their spending habits have raised some questions with fans, who expressed their concerns in the comments of a recent Instagram post of the couple shopping for custom fine jewelry in Atlanta.
One user in the comments wrote, "Instead of giving that money to a dude or buying him jewelry, give it to your daughter who's struggling to raise your other daughter!!!"
Stroud also caught backlash for posting multiple videos on his personal Instagram page boasting designer Bulova watches, and selfies wearing flashy jewelry, prior to his arrest for the unpaid child support.
*This headline and article were updated.