More than two and a half years after federal authorities raided former 19 Kids and Counting star Josh Duggar’s used car lot and found numerous disturbing photos and videos depicting child pornography on his partitioned computer, a judge has sentenced the disgraced reality star to more than a decade in prison.
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Josh Duggar is scheduled to be sentenced on May 25 after the former TLC reality star was convicted of receipt of child pornography and possession of child pornography in December. Both the prosecution and defense teams submitted their sentencing memorandums to the Arkansas Western District Court judge overseeing the case on Wednesday, and the two sides were at opposite ends of the possible spectrum.
We previously reported that an Arkansas judge has dismissed the civil lawsuit filed by Jill Dillard, Jessa Seewald, Jinger Vuolo, and Joy Forsythe over the release of the Josh Duggar molestation documents. The judge’s ruling was 20 pages long and it included a very detailed recap of the Josh Duggar molestation scandal, including details on how the story was initially leaked to family friends.
The civil lawsuit filed by four Duggar sisters over the release of documents with information about Josh Duggar molesting them as children has been dismissed. Keep reading for the judge’s reasons for the dismissal, plus Jill and Derick Dillard’s reaction to the ruling.
We have a new mug shot photo for Josh Duggar. The disgraced 33-year-old former TLC reality star looks a bit disheveled as he cracks a small smile in his latest booking photo. Keep reading for a summary of the verdict, including statements from the prosecutors and defense.
Josh Duggar was found guilty today (December 9, 2021) of possessing child sexual abuse images. His defense was absurd.
19 Kids and Counting stars Anna and Josh Duggar welcomed their seventh child together last month, less than five weeks before Josh is scheduled to go on trial for multiple child porn0graphy charges.
Former 19 Kids and Counting reality star Josh Duggar was granted bond after a court hearing on Wednesday. The 33-year-old former Executive Director of The Family Research Council Action was released from jail custody earlier this afternoon, and he will be residing in the home of third party custodians, who are friends of the Duggar family. Watch a video of Josh’s release and get more specifics on the charges against him from investigator testimony during the four-hour bond hearing.
We now have the indictment filing for former 19 Kids and Counting star Josh Duggar. He is facing two charges of child pornography, including “images of minors under the age of 12.” Keep reading to see the full indictment, and read statements issued by Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, Josh’s sister Jinger Vuolo, and Josh’s attorneys.
Disgraced former 19 Kids and Counting star Josh Duggar has been arrested on federal charges in Arkanasas. The 33-year-old father of six is currently being held without bond after posing for a mug shot photo in which he appears to be drowsily smirking.
It’s now been over a week since federal agents raided Josh Duggar’s used car lot as part of an unspecified ongoing investigation. With more questions than answers available to the public, the dominant question has become: Are the Duggars still on TV? Or could this potential new scandal be the reason Counting On gets canceled and the Duggars get removed from the airwaves for good?
Washington County Coroner Roger W. Morris confirms that Jim Bob Duggar’s mother Mary Duggar died Sunday of accidental drowning in a swimming pool after slipping.