Mama June's new man is a felon.

The "Mama June: From Not to Hot" star has found love again in Geno Doak, 42. However, according to Daily Mail, Mama June's current boyfriend has a lengthy criminal record that includes burglary, theft and criminal damage to property.

Based on the court documents that the publication obtained, Doak's rap sheet dates back to 1996 for felony burglary. He was arrested for felony theft in 2009 and was involuntary admitted to a psychiatric hospital on the same year for distress and attempting to commit suicide.

However, Doak denied that he was suicidal. He said he only took two extra tablets in addition to the four Valium pills prescribed for his back pain.

Doak's report notes also showed that he is a smoker, drinks occasionally and has a history of street drug use. The publication noted that all of the three men who fathered the 38-year-old reality star's daughters have had brushes with police.

In January, Mama June, born June Shannon, introduced her new boyfriend to viewers. The reality star was so in love and was even open to marrying Doak.

"Yes, I have found love, y'all. I have a great, wonderful guy, Geno, and I feel like a kid again," Mama June said.

She added that her new love "is probably the person I want to spend the rest of my life with and he is going to be my husband one day."

Us Weekly asked Mama June if she was ready to walk down the aisle, and she gave a positive response. "I would say for the first time in my life, maybe," she said.

According to Mama June, her boyfriend is keen on making her happy. "If I'm having a bad day, he will go get a candle," the reality star said. "It’s been a good, probably, 15 years since I've been happy. He's one of a kind I have to say."

Doak already earned Alana Thompson a.k.a. Honey Boo Boo's approval. "He's nice," Mama June's daughter said (via E! News). "I would say I approve. With a side eye, because you can't trust anybody."

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Mama June's new boyfriend has lengthy criminal record. Alana Thompson and June Shannon attend "Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta" Season 2 premiere party at Woodruff Arts Center on Jan. 9, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. Getty Images/Paras Griffin