As you’ve probably heard by now, Josh Duggar was arrested on child pornography charges back in April.
He’s currently out on bail living with friends of his father’s and awaiting his trial, which is set to begin in July.
Needless to say, things aren’t looking good for Josh.
In fact, some fans have become convinced that the 33-year-old father of six is in a life or death situation.
Obviously, we don’t have all of the details of the investigation that led to Josh’s arrest, but based on what we know, it seems unlikely that he’ll beat the charges.
If he’s convicted he could face up to 20 years in prison.
And there are several reasons why Josh’s sentence might be more difficult than that of the average prisoner.
For one thing, prison tends to be more difficult for perpetrators whose victims were children.
To make matters worse, Josh is a celebrity, which means the guards and other inmates will likely be familiar with the details of his case before he even gets there.
(For the purposes of this article we’re gonna talk about Josh’s conviction like it’s a foregone conclusion — partially because we don’t want to imagine a future in which he somehow gets off scot-free.)
As if all that’s not bad enough, Duggar critics on Reddit have pointed out that there was an episode of 19 Kids and Counting in which Josh and Anna preached to a group of female prisoners in a smug and condescending fashion.
“Remember when Josh and Anna spoke at a woman’s prison?,” one user wrote in the always amusing r/DuggarSnark subreddit.
“Anna’s prison visits are going to look a whole lot different the next time she goes.”
Other users shared quotes from the scene, and it seems the only upside for Josh is that Anna did most of the talking.
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Source:: The Hollywood Gossip