We reported yesterday that former 19 Kids & Counting star Josh Duggar was arrested.
We now know he was arrested for possession for child pornography materials in May 2019.
He downloaded child sexual abuse materials, rape of children etc, under the AGE OF 12.
If he is convicted he faces 20 years in prison and fines of $250,000 on each count.
If you recall 19 Kids & Counting was cancelled when it was revealed his parents covered up the fact that when he was 14 and 15 he molested 5 underage girls, three of which were his own sisters.
Jill Dillard isn’t allowed to visit the family home without her father present, because she wears pants, pierced her nose, sees a therapist to deal with her trauma and sends her children to public school … but Josh is allowed free reign to the home. Why are his parents protecting this deviant?
During the Ashley Madison data breach, which included records of credit card transactions under his name, Josh and his parents released a statement on the family website in which he admitted to watching pornography and cheating on his wife. Josh’s credit card was used to pay $986.76 for two Ashley Madison subscriptions starting in February 2013, which were cancelled in May 2015 shortly after the molestation allegations surfaced.
The statement contained the following: “I have been the biggest hypocrite ever. While espousing faith and family values, I have secretly over the last several years been viewing pornography on the Internet and this became a secret addiction and I became unfaithful to my wife, the last few years, while publicly stating I was fighting against immorality in our country I was hiding my own personal failures”.
On August 25, 2015, Josh checked himself into a ‘rehabilitation facility’ that his family described as a “long-term treatment center”. The facility was later confirmed in media reports as Reformers Unanimous, which describes itself as “a learning atmosphere where the addicted can be discipled in an environment that is much like a greenhouse”.
On the 30th April, 2021, Josh pled not guilty to one count each of charges of receiving and possessing child pornography. He will remain in jail awaiting a bond hearing on the 5th May, 2021. U.S Chief Magistrate Judge Erin L. Wiedemann said if he is awarded bail, Josh will have to be “in a residence where there’s no minor in the home.”