MAMA June’s much younger friend, Jordan McCollum, 24, whom she has been lavishing with pricey presents, has a rap sheet with an arrest for domestic assault, as well as an arrest for unloading a firearm inside of an apartment.
The 42-year-old grandmother of four has been spending her time and money on the young TikTok influencer who The Sun can exclusively reveal was arrested on November 11th of 2020 after he allegedly discharged a highpoint handgun inside of his apartment, according to court documents.
The criminal complaint against Jordan read that he allegedly “did unlawfully shoot or discharge a firearm, explosive or other weapon which discharges with dangerous projectile, to-wit: Highpoint Handgun, into the apartment.”
Jordan’s apartment was inside of a government subsidized building run by the Guin Housing Authority.
He is facing two counts in that case, one for a felony charge of discharging a gun in a dwelling as well as misdemeanor for criminal mischief.
Jordan has plead not guilty to those charges.
That case against Jordan is ongoing and he has alluded to it while addressing his 1million TikTok followers.
In a TikTok post in June, Jordan addresses the severity of the gun charges that he’s facing.
He said: “I’m out on bond, I’ve been out on bond for eight months… I’m facing prison time for the charges I have.”
June’s new companion was also arrested for alleged domestic assault on September 29th of 2019.
The Sun has exclusively obtained those court documents as well as Jordan’s mugshot stemming from that alleged incident.
According to the case file, Jordan was arrested after his girlfriend at the time called the cops around 4:15am after they had gotten into an argument.
His girlfriend in the arrest report had alleged that “he became angry with her and broke some things in the house and punched the garage door.”
The arrest report continued that the girlfriend told police she “was scared of him because he would not allow her to leave the house to call 911 for help and that he broke a chair in their bedroom near where she was.”
In a written affidavit which was submitted as part of the court’s case file, the girlfriend at the time also claimed that Jordan “went to drug rehab, but left,” as part of her reasoning for requesting a protective order.
In that incident Jordan was charged with domestic violence and the former girlfriend, who The Sun will not identify as she was the alleged victim, was granted a temporary protective order against the 24-year-old.
That case went to a bench trial, and according to court documents, Jordan did not show up and the protective order was made permanent. The case was disposed in January of 2020.
It is unclear whether the 24-year-old entered a plea in that case and if he’s ever publicly addressed the domestic violence charge.
The Sun has reached out to Jordan’s attorney for comment.
A RECENT RUN-IN WITH THE LAW
The Sun also recently revealed that police were called to the Alabama home that June is renting on July 26th for a welfare check on Jordan.
An officer who had responded to the call at the rented two-bedroom love nest said: “We had made contact with Jordan McCollum at that address on July 26th after a concerned relative called police asking to do a welfare check on him.”
The officer revealed he had believed a woman named June Shannon answered the door, and confirmed the person fit the description of Mama June.
“I spoke with Jordan and we asked her to stay inside. We spoke to Jordan to see if he was okay- and he said he was okay. He seemed fine, so we left,” the officer added.
As The Sun first exclusively reported, June rented an Alabama home for the troubled influencer, and even bought him two cars after her split from longtime boyfriend Geno Doak, 45.
One source claimed the reality star is “so into” her younger man, who is a single dad to a young daughter and a fellow recovering addict.
“She really wanted to be public about their relationship, but Jordan has tried to keep things more low-key,” the insider said.
June has since hit out at fans who said they were dating. She recently commented in a popular Facebook fan page “Mama June: Road to Redemption,” about her relationship with the young man.
She said: “Yes with me and Jordan best friends most certainly, are we in a romantic relationship, no, he is the same age is Jessica and yes is he a special part of my life, yes he is.
“Do we communicate all the time yes, but just because I’m a female and he’s a male does not mean that we have a romantic relationship,” she wrote in comments section under an article that was shared from The Sun.
While June addressed the nature of her relationship with Jordan, she has yet to address anything about the pricey gifts she has bestowed upon him.
As the Sun reported, she purchased a 2013 Nissan Altima for Jordan and then a 2019 model after the first car broke down, an insider claimed.
Jordan has bragged about the pricey new gifts- which the source said cost a total of about $40,000- on his social media pages.
In one TikTok post, Jordan boasted: “So someone very special to me bought me a car today!”
Jordan added a purple heart and a cute face emoji to the July 17 post, in which he shared various snaps of the 2013 Nissan.
He shared a photo of the newest car in a post on August 2 and explained: “Late update but Sally had a bad transmission so everyone meet Spade!”
In that post, Mama left a comment with a slew of red hearts that read: “You deserve it, and that’s a sexy car.”
Meanwhile, the source said that Jordan is living in a two-bedroom home on a cul-de-sac rented by June that she also furnished for him.
MAMA’S MOVED ON
June recently announced that she had broken up with her longtime love Geno, just as he began serving his sentence on drug charges.
“Geno has been out of my life for a while now,” June said on Instagram Live.
June has had her own run-ins with the law.
June and Geno were arrested outside of an Alabama gas station for crack cocaine possession in March 2019.
Last week, The Sun exclusively reported that Geno had been sentenced to 16 months for the crime after June avoided any jail time and received community service instead.