MAMA June is continuing to promote weight loss products amid her drug battle.
The troubled reality star pulled up her top to reveal her stomach in a snap, after admitting to spending $2,500 a day on meth with her boyfriend Geno Oak.
June posted on Instagram: "Been back with @boombod and they’ve been proving why they are THE go to ?
"Even with how crazy things have gotten lately.. they still did their thing and got my cravings down ?
"These help me out so if anyone else is struggling, grab a program and start summer off right."
Mama June lost 300 pounds after undergoing major gastric and plastic surgery in 2016, but has fluctuated with her weight over the years.
She gained 50 pounds due to stress from her March 2019 crack cocaine arrest and family drama and has been on a mission to lose it in recent months.
The Mama June: From Not To Hot star confessed to her shocking drug habit to her daughter Lauryn last week.
"The only reason I sold the house, I was dead f**king broke," she told her horrified daughter.
"Because you know, at that point, we was doing quite a bit. I mean, it was a couple ounces a day. Our habit was $2,500 a day, if not more."
There are 28g in an ounce.
In the observation room, Dr Ish sat back in shock as he told the production crew that it's a "f**k ton" of meth, and added: "If me or you did 2g we'd be done."
"It wasn't something that just started and, 'oh my God, I started using drugs,'" June continued, speaking on last Friday's episode of Family Crisis.
"You found out that I got busted. I got high because I wanted to. It's not the first time I've ever done drugs."
Last month, June left her daughters distraught when she sold family possessions for cash, and she went on to sell the family home after admitting she is in desperate need of money.
Lauryn and her sister Alana have also had to move into a hotel room along with Lauryn's husband and their one-year-old daughter Ella.
June has four daughters, by three different fathers.
Anna, 25, Jessica, 23, Lauryn, 20 and 14-year-old Alana.
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