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Honey Boo Boo gets her own 24-hour bodyguard

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June Shannon has hired a 24-hour bodyguard to protect her youngest daughter, Honey Boo Boo.

The security measure is believed to be in response to an alleged plot to abduct seven-year-old reality star Alana Thompson.

While the network behind the hit show, TLC, has denied any suggestions of a kidnap plot, June Shannon, confirmed the full-time protection via Facebook.

June Shannnon wrote: “Alana doesn’t go anywhere without her bodyguard! We have one 24/7 everywhere we go ALL the time!”

According to The National Enquirer, Honey Boo Boo’s school received abduction threats from an anonymous caller.


June Shannon has hired a 24-hour bodyguard to protect Honey Boo Boo

June Shannon has hired a 24-hour bodyguard to protect Honey Boo Boo

A source told the tabloid: “June is terrified. With the threats on Alana’s safety increasing, security is being provided for her around the clock.

“There was a meeting with all the teachers at Alana’s school. They have been instructed to keep an eye on Alana, and they know to report anything suspicious immediately.”

An attempted break-in at the Honey Boo Boo household in rural McIntyre, Georgia on August 27 is also believed to have triggered concerns over their safety.

The source added that police told the clan it “may have been casing the place for a future kidnap attempt, by someone convinced that TLC would pay a huge ransom for their newest little star”.

Despite Here Comes Honey Boo Boo reality show attracting huge ratings since airing on August 8, the family has remained in the same neighborhood.

The National Enquirer reveals that the family has thought “about moving, but the problem is that TLC has them locked under contract to keep their lifestyle”.

However, TMZ previously reported that the network wanted to help the stars relocate to a larger and more secure home, but June Shannon declined the offer.

It also described that TLC boosted the family’s wage from approximately $5,000 per episode, to a sky-high $20,000 after seeing the success of the series.