Desperate For Cash! After Sleazy Mama June Allegedly Emptied Her Bank Account, Abuse Victim Anna Sells Oils Online To Support Family

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Dec. 2 2014, Published 7:06 a.m. ET

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After Mama June Shannon allegedly emptied her trust fund, the disgraced reality star’s eldest daughter Anna Cardwell was left penniless.

Now can reveal that the 20-year-old mom to Kaitlyn, 2 has resorted to selling scented oils online in a desperate attempt to support her young family.

Cardwell, who married truck mechanic husband Michael in May, set up a Facebook page to promote Young Living Oils, a company selling “wellness” oils and vitamins.

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“Go buy oils from me they help you with any trouble of being sick and help with arthritis and other things like colds tummy aches head aches and everything in between,” Cardwell posted on her private Facebook page yesterday.

So far, the stay-at-home Alabama-based mom’s page has 52 members.

First, she created a GoFundMe page for donations, but promptly shut it down when she encountered a backlash from angry fans.

“This was suppose to be for ppl that are struggling due to cancer, house fires or other diseases,” argued one Facebook friend. “…if ur having money troubles go work!”

“Sorry for the people who donated no fans gave me money or anything…sorry for asking yall,” Cardwell later apologized.

In October, Cardwell exclusively confirmed to that she was the victim of her mother’s former boyfriend Mark McDaniel, who served ten years in prison for repeatedly molesting her when she was just 8 years old.

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Though Shannon, 35, initially denied dating McDaniel, 53, after his release from prison in March 2014, she eventually confessed to chumming around with the man who sexually abused her child.

TLC canceled the family’s reality series Here Comes Honey Boo Boo when producers discovered Shannon’s rekindled relationship with her child molester ex— meaning Cardwell’s paychecks promptly dried up.

In an interview with E! News, Cardwell claimed Shannon cashed out her $30,000 trust fund in order to buy McDaniel a new car. (Shannon has denied withdrawing any money from the account.)

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