dishonor 19 kids and counting alum joseph duggarThe prison release date has been pushed back 10 days, In contact You can confirm.
The 35-year-old former car salesman is now set to be released from the Federal Correctional Institute (FCI) Seagoville in Texas on Aug. 22, 2032, according to Federal Bureau of Prisons online records viewed by In contact. Its original release date was August 12 of the same year. In contact previously reported.
The exciting update comes less than a month after Josh was transferred to the facility’s Special Housing Unit (SHU) for alleged possession of a cell phone while continuing to serve his 12.5-year sentence. Conditions at FCI Seagoville’s solitary confinement area are notoriously “poor,” according to multiple reports.
The Federal Bureau of Prisons declined to comment when contacted by In contact.
Josh was transferred to FCI Seagoville in June 2022 after a Arkansas jury found him guilty on one count of receiving child pornography and one count of possession of child pornography in December 2021. A judge later dropped the latter charge in the TLC student’s May 2022 sentencing.
In January, said a source In contact that Josh’s wife, anna duggarHe has been “constantly praying” for his marriage in the midst of his prison sentence. “Anna is still questioning her future a lot,” the family source said. “She took her wedding vows seriously and wants to support her man and all that, but the reality of her situation is very difficult.”
The couple married in September 2008 and share seven children together: Mackynzie, Maryella, Marcus, Mason, Michael, Meredith and Madyson.
The source went on to say, “A divorce is not something she wants, but she would be lying if she said she hasn’t questioned her future with Josh. Anna married Josh for better or worse and it can’t get any worse than this.”
Although Anna, 34, apparently remains by her husband’s side, other members of the duggar family have spoken openly about distancing themselves from the Arkansas native, including sister jinger i want (née Duggar), who revealed that she has not “seen or spoken” to Josh in “almost” two years.
“I still pray for him,” Jinger, 29, wrote in her memoir. Becoming Truly Free: My Story of Untangling Faith from Fear, which hit shelves on January 31. “I ask God to show Josh his desperate need for repentance. I want my brother to be genuine and honest about his sin and reject the hypocrisy that has been a part of his life for so long. Only Jesus can save him.”