Josh Duggar's Post-Conviction Mug Shot

When Josh Duggar was convicted of receiving and possessing child pornography in December of last year, the disgraced fomer reality star was immediately cuffed and taken to a county jail in Fayetteville, Arkansas, where he has remained ever since.

Josh’s sentencing hearing was originally scheduled for April, but his lawyers succeeded in having it postponed until May 25.

For safety reasons, Josh has been held in solitary confinement since the day he was convicted.

But it seems that even a guarded prison cell isn’t enough to shield the 34-year-old from the millions of critics who are rightly disgusted by his predatory behavior.

As we reported earlier, Josh’s family and friends have written letters to the judge requesting a lenient sentence.

Some of those letters have made it into print, and one of them offers a glimpse at Josh’s life behind prison walls.

Nicole Burruss is a friend of the Duggars’ who penned a lengthy appeal on Josh’s behalf.

In her letter, Burruss recalled a story she heard from Josh’s wife, Anna, in which she detailed a harrowing phone call that she received from prison.

According to Burruss, Josh “devastatingly shared that there was a man who was verbally threatening and abusive to him every time he passed his cell in solitary confinement.”

Josh told Anna that he was “discouraged” by the fellow inmate, but she notes that the man “approached him to apologize.”

Now, Josh Duggar is one of the worst people currently drawing breath, but for some reason, the people closest to him continue to believe every ridiculous lie that comes out of his mouth.

For evidence of this, look no further than the fact that Burruss offered the following account in her letter, seemingly at no point suspectng that it’s complete BS:

“This hardened criminal stated that he and the other men knew that Joshua was innocent. As …read more

Source:: The Hollywood Gossip


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