June "Mama June" Shannon is reportedly seeing the consequences of her actions extend even further past the cancellation of her TLC reality series Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.

Shannon won't be seeing much money from filming Here Comes Honey Boo Boo's un-aired season, but her children will still profit the same, TMZ reported.

TLC pulled the plug on Here Comes Honey Boo Boo in late October after "compelling evidence" surfaced Shannon has been dating Mark McDaniel, a convicted sex offender who spent 10 years in prison after previously molesting Shannon's now 20-year-old daughter Anna Cardwell.

Because the network and show executives reportedly believe Shannon has put her kids in danger and is the reason why the show is ending, Shannon will not receive her full salary. She will reportedly experience a significant decrease in pay from what she would've earned had the show aired on TV.

However, according to sources, Shannon's children will all be paid in full as well as Shannon's ex-boyfriend Mike "Sugar Bear" Thompson -- the biological father of Alana "Honey Boo Boo" Thompson -- and Sugar Bear's brother Lee "Uncle Poodle" Thompson, TMZ reported.

TLC is reportedly justifying its decision by stating a breach in a morals clause in Shannon's contract.

Sugar Bear allegedly wants custody of Honey Boo Boo but is broke, so maybe his show salary will change things going forward.