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Anna "Chickadee" Cardwell Desperate For Cash, Sells Ebola-Curing Oil

Anna "Chickadee" Cardwell Desperate For Cash, Sells Ebola-Curing Oil

With the cancellation of "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo," all the former reality TV stars are a little strapped for cash since "Mama" June Shannon seems to be withholding everyone's fair share of the wealth.

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Anna "Chickadee" Cardwell Desperate For Cash, Sells Ebola-Curing Oil

With the cancellation of "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo," all the former reality TV stars are a little strapped for cash since "Mama" June Shannon seems to be withholding everyone's fair share of the wealth.

No one seems to be having a harder time than Anna "Chickadee" Cardwell, however, who claims that Mama June spent her 30,000 dollar trust fund (her portion of the money from the show) on her sex offender boyfriend--the same man that molested Chickadee when she was younger--Mark McDaniel.

A few loyal fans attempted to start a GoFundMe campaign to help the struggling mother out with expenses, since Mama June allegedly had spent all her money.

Still, Chickadee is struggling, so she posted a link on her Facebook to a controversial company called "Young Living Essential Oils" to try to make ends meet.

The company is controversial because they make unproven (and unlikely) claims on their bottle. For example, they claim to have an oil that cures Ebola, and another oil that allegedly prevents cancer.

Shortly before the link appeared on her Facebook, she expressed her need for money on her Facebook page.

She wrote, “Hey everyone I need y’all to do me a huge favor if y’all got anything for like causes like bracelet shirt or anything I’m going to maybe start a business and sell everything and so few things of my own like shirts and paints and other stuff and if y’all got some old cute shirt or pant in any size let me [know] and I can get them [sic].”

Many accuse Chickadee of "begging" for money, and critic her choice to work for a scam company like "Young Living Essential Oils."

What do you think about her attempt to get some extra cash? Let us know what you think in the comments!

Copyright © 2014 TLC

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