Disgraced Duggars To Be Paid By TLC AFTER Network Canceled Their Reality Show: Find Out Why

Duggar Paid After Reality Show Cancelation

Jul. 22 2015, Updated 8:52 p.m. ET

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How greedy can they get?

TLC may have canceled the disgraced Duggar family's reality show 19 Kids And Counting, but the Christian clan will still get their paycheck!

As previously reported, the family-friendly network revealed that they are filming a documentary about child abuse that will feature sisters Jill, 23, and Jessa, 22, who came forward as victims of their molester brother Josh, 27, as young girls.

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According to In Touch, the family will be financially compensated for their participation in the TV special.

"They are now profiting from something they tried to hide," a local law enforcement source told the magazine. "It's appalling."

The family, especially parents Jim Bob, 50, and Michelle, 48, are accused of trying to hide their son's sick crimes, which were revealed when a hidden police report became public in May.


Police say he groped five minor females, including at least two of his sisters, between 2002 and 2003. He was never prosecuted for his appalling behavior, as the statute of limitations had expired when police began their investigation.

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