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Convicted pedophile Josh Duggar’s outspoken cousin Amy King has implied she hopes prisoners beat the reality star up after he was jailed for child porn offenses.
In a video on her Instagram page, King, 35, said that she knew that it was unlikely that the former ’19 Kids and Counting’ star would get the maximum 20 years as in the court’s eyes it was his first offense.
Speaking on Wednesday, King continued: ‘But at the same time, he cannot have his computer, he cannot hurt, exploit any more children and when he sees his kids, he has to be supervised.’
She added: ‘And honestly, where he’s going, I feel like the prisoners are just gonna take care of him.’
King continued on saying that she feels as though the issues involving Duggar are not over. She said that her cousin’s ‘sickness stems from somewhere, and eventually we will hear about the trauma… Eventually I think more will come out.
‘But hopefully tonight, I can sleep for the first time ever and rest assure that another monster will be put behind bars makes my heart feel a little lighter.’
King, who appeared occasionally on “19 Kids and Counting,” including a story arc in which she tried to make it in the Nashville music industry, owns the clothing brand 3130 Clothing.
When Duggar married his wife, Anna, in 2008, King served as the flower girl.
Before Duggar’s sentencing, King shared a letter she sent to the presiding judge in the case, US District Judge Timothy L. Brooks, with The Sun.
King wrote in part: “Offering clemency as she has requested from her legal team would be a slap in the face for children so harmed before.” … I was very upset to see that no one who chose to provide a character reference for my cousin cared about the victims.”
When Duggar was found guilty in December 2021, King tweeted: May the jury and Judge Brooks seek healing/counseling from all exposed to them.
She continued: ‘May the children grow up with truly godly men as father figures to guide and protect them. May the people who were once incredulous have their eyes opened for the first time.’
In early May 2022, King told People magazine that she was “furious” that Duggar’s wife, Anna, and her mother, Michelle, had written letters on her behalf to try to secure a sentence for her. lighter.
King also took the action of writing a letter to Anna Duggar to encourage her to divorce her husband. In the letter, King challenged Anna to “be the role model” her children needed.
In the caption of her Instagram reaction to Duggar’s sentence, she referenced not wearing makeup, saying, “I could have easily edited this video to have perfect skin, but that’s not authentic.” I will continue to talk and show the fun/busy and not-so-glamorous sides of my life.’
King has been married to her husband Dillon King since 2015. The couple has a son, Daxton.
He told Duggar that his crimes were exacerbated by the ‘sadistic’ nature of the abuse, the ages of the children involved and his refusal to accept his guilt.
The girl featured in Daisy’s Destruction appeared to be no older than a baby, Judge Brooks added, describing that particular title as “the sickest of the sickest.”
Duggar, who wore a gray suit and had a scruffy beard and buzz cut, also received a longer sentence because of the abuse he subjected his own sisters to when he was a teenager.
‘As the court has found, you have a history of s*xual abuse. One of the Jane Does was five years old, you were 15,” Judge Brooks added.
‘You locked in the same age group as Jane Does. We can say that a long time has passed, and so it has been. But the s*xual interest is the same.
Duggar was sentenced solely on one count of receiving pornography after attorneys for the prosecution and defense agreed to dismiss a misdemeanor possession charge.
He will remain under supervision for another 20 years after his release and is not allowed unsupervised access to children, including his own, who range in age from six months to 12 years.
The pervert was also banned from the internet, banned from viewing adult porn, and fined a total of $50,100.
Duggar showed little emotion as US Marshals led him away, looking at Anna and making a heart shape with his hands, which she reciprocated.
who was wearing a pretty blue dress and black mask
Neither Anna, who was wearing a pretty blue dress and black mask, nor her father, Jim Bob, spoke as they left court.
The decision came a day after Brooks denied a defense motion to vacate the guilty verdict for lack of evidence or to order a new trial.
Defense attorneys had asked for a five-year extension, the lightest punishment possible, insisting that Duggar, said to be a devoted father and committed Christian, maintained his innocence and intended to appeal.
They argued that, of the approximately 600 images of child pornography identified by the investigators, only a small portion had been viewed and none of them fell into the ‘sadistic or masochistic’ category.
Prosecutors demanded a sentence of 20 years, the maximum possible, arguing that it was hard to think of anything more sadistic than a grown man raping a girl.
They said Duggar never sought treatment or showed any acceptance of his twisted appetites and therefore had a high probability of reoffending.
“Despite having achieved a certain level of fame through reality television as an adult, he is best known at this time for his behavior outside of his family’s show, including his criminal and s*xual misconduct,” prosecutors wrote of Duggar. .
“More importantly, none of these letters meaningfully addresses his crimes or his s*xual proclivities toward preteen girls.”
Judge Brooks largely agreed with the prosecution in Wednesday’s ruling, but dismissed the claim that Duggar had “distributed” child pornography as well as received it.
He also had kind words for the Duggar family, noting how Anna in particular was devoted to her husband and stood by her side throughout the trial.
“They’re going to love you no matter what,” he told Duggar. ‘That family support is mitigating. They will help you get through this.
Duggar’s amazing downfall began on May 14, 2019, when his computer did the first of two “digital handshakes” with Detective Amber Kalmer of the Little Rock Police Department.