Mama June SUING former friend Adam Barta for $5,000 on Court Night Live

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Mama June set to SUE former friend for $5,000 on Court Night Live: Reality star claims pal owes her after he offered to pay for career advice

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Mama June is suing a former friend for $5,000 over an alleged business agreement gone wrong, and she’s doing it on live television.

The 43-year-old reality star – real name June Shannon – is set to appear as a plaintiff on the A&E courtroom series Court Night Live, where she will be suing content creator Adam Barta, who previously worked with her daughter Alana ‘Honey Boo Boo’ Thompson.¬†

Shannon is suing Barta over loss of earnings, as she claims he offered to pay her for consultations and career advice but then refused to pay up. 

According to TMZ, the pair’s case will air on Wednesday evening, and viewers will be able to chime in live via text message.¬†

On screen: June 'Mama June' Shannon is suing a former friend for $5,000 over a business deal gone wrong, and she's doing it on live television; she is seen in 2017

On screen: June ‘Mama June’ Shannon is suing a former friend for $5,000 over a business deal gone wrong, and she’s doing it on live television; she is seen in 2017

The media personalities co-wrote the track Movin’ Up alongside both Alana and Lauryn Shannon, and the track was released in 2017.

Shannon and Barta, 42, went on to appear alongside Alana in the song’s official music video.

The reality television personality and the singer subsequently collaborated on several YouTube productions.

She has since claimed that the singer asked her for career advice that eventually turned into daily consultations.  

In hot water: The 43-year-old reality star is set to appear as a plaintiff on the A&E courtroom series Court Night Live, where she will be suing content creator Adam Barta

In hot water: The 43-year-old reality star is set to appear as a plaintiff on the A&E courtroom series Court Night Live, where she will be suing content creator Adam Barta

In hot water: The 43-year-old reality star is set to appear as a plaintiff on the A&E courtroom series Court Night Live, where she will be suing content creator Adam Barta

Former collaborators: The media personalities co-wrote the track Movin' Up alongside both Alana and Lauryn Shannon, and the track was released in 2017.

Former collaborators: The media personalities co-wrote the track Movin' Up alongside both Alana and Lauryn Shannon, and the track was released in 2017.

Former collaborators:¬†The media personalities co-wrote the track Movin’ Up alongside both Alana and Lauryn Shannon, and the track was released in 2017.

She went on to allege that he offered to pay her for the sessions, although he reneged on his promises.

The reality television personality will be seeking $5,000 from the YouTube personality.

Barta told TMZ that he and Shannon previously shared what was described as a ‘close relationship.’

Basis: Shannon claimed that the singer asked her for career advice that eventually turned into daily consultations

Basis: Shannon claimed that the singer asked her for career advice that eventually turned into daily consultations

Basis: Shannon claimed that the singer asked her for career advice that eventually turned into daily consultations

The singer also expressed that he and his former friend performed favors for each other without any expectation of compensation. 

He added that ‘helped June in her time of need and was there for her’ during periods of distress.

The pair’s forthcoming case will be presided over by Judge Greg Mathis.

Dispute: The singer also expressed that he and his former friend performed favors for each other without any expectation of compensation

Dispute: The singer also expressed that he and his former friend performed favors for each other without any expectation of compensation

Dispute: The singer also expressed that he and his former friend performed favors for each other without any expectation of compensation

Retired Judge Vonda Evans will be offering analysis during the case, and Vinnie Politan is set to host the program. 

According to¬†Variety,¬†Court Night Live’s cases will not play out in a real courtroom.¬†¬†

The media outlet pointed out that the civil cases featured on the program would be taken out of an actual court of law and resolved with the guidance of the show’s legal experts.

Legal counsel: The pair's forthcoming case will be presided over by Judge Greg Mathis; Shannon is seen in 2013

Legal counsel: The pair's forthcoming case will be presided over by Judge Greg Mathis; Shannon is seen in 2013

Legal counsel:¬†The pair’s forthcoming case will be presided over by Judge Greg Mathis; Shannon is seen in 2013