Jill Duggar

Did Derick and Jill Dillard get paid or did they volunteer for TLC

Derick Dillard says he and Jill were ‘volunteers’ for TLC, so which Duggars get paid and which don’t?!

Derick Dillard is claiming that he and his wife Jill Dillard “were volunteers and hadn’t been paid anything” for their appearances on 19 Kids & Counting and Counting On. As preposterous as that may sound, a source with an understanding of TLC and Discovery contracts argues that it is completely feasible that all of the payments are set up to go through family patriarch Jim Bob Duggar. That sort of arrangement could explain a lot, including The Dilllards’ falling out with TLC as well as Derick and Jill continuing to ask for donations to help pay for his enrollment in a missionary program.

Dillard Family launches another transphobic attack as Counting On reportedly renewed

Only a few weeks after Derick Dillard’s repeated attacks on the transgender community got him fired from Counting On, the official Dillard Family Facebook account has come under fire for a Derick-looking attack on the transgender community. The post in question came just after news of Counting On‘s alleged renewal, leading to questions of whether Derick would be the only Dillard family member to get the boot.

Derick Dillard asking for donations on GoFundMe now, continues Jazz Jennings criticism

Derick and Jill Dillard asking for donations

Derick Dillard relaunches his controversial fundraising campaign to help pay for his one-year ministry residency on GoFundMe, and bumps up his goal more than 50%. Plus, he doubles down on his criticism of fellow TLC reality star, transgender teen Jazz Jennings by arguing “If I say I feel like I am Nepali, that doesn’t make me so.”

Josh Duggar’s molestation documents lawsuit thrown out by judge

Josh Duggar lawsuit dismissed

TLC reality star Josh Duggar received some bad legal news this week as a federal judge threw out almost every aspect of his lawsuit looking for damages stemming from the release of documents relating to his molestation of his sisters when he was 14 years old. In addition, the judge threw out both Josh’s and his sisters’ lawsuits against In Touch Weekly, which means only the sisters’ suit against several city officials is still moving forward.