Child Protective Services Are Officially Looking Into ‘Honey Boo Boo’ Case
It looks like the 'Here Comes Honey Boo Boo' scandal is an endless one. Mama June's mother, Sandra Hale, sat down for an interview with ET where she opened up about the horrific situation -- including a conversation she had with child protective services about the danger she believes Mama June's youngest child, Alana, may currently be facing. You can watch the interview posted above.
It was Sandra who first brought Anna to the police when she found out her granddaughter had been molested at the age of eight by Mama June's then-boyfriend Mark McDaniel (who she is allegedly back together with now).
In her exclusive interview with ET, Sandra spoke about the first incident: "I took her to the police station and filed the charges on her behalf because she was a minor. I was looking out for her best interests and I wasn’t going to let this go away." When asked about her feelings toward McDaniel, Sandra said: "My reaction was, I wanted to kill him. To do that to a child, especially her."
Sandra also reveals that she believes Mama June was in denial about the situation, and that she probably still is. She also believes June is still seeing Mark McDaniel "because pictures don't lie."
When asked if she fears for the safety of June's 9-year-old daughter, Alana 'Honey Boo Boo,' Sandra answered: "Yes. The reason I say that is because that's about the same age he likes. [The same age] he messed with Anna."
Thankfully, it looks like child protective services are finally involved in the case as Sandra also revealed that Georgia's Child Protective Services were in contact with her on Wednesday, Oct. 29. Although she did not divulge the details of their conversation, she was "assured" that they would look into the case.