911 Call Placed From Josh Duggar's Court-Ordered Home, Owner Says She 'No Longer Feels Safe' Ahead Of His Child Pornography Trial

May. 25 2021, Published 12:06 p.m. ET

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The homeowner who took Josh Duggar in while he awaits his child porn trial "no longer feels safe," according to a 911 call placed just days after the 19 Kids and Counting star entered her home.

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Duggar was ordered to live with a third-party custodian when he was released from jail on May 5.

Two days later, the homeowner placed a call to 911 because of a trespass situation.

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In the 911 call obtained by KNWA/FOX24, you can hear the panic in her voice as she describes a "grayish" car sitting at the end of her driveway to the dispatcher.

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Days prior, she said the car first appeared and she asked them to leave claiming they were on "private property."

On Friday, May 7, the same car returned which prompted the homeowner to call the police at 10:31 AM.

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Authorities later made contact with the driver, who claimed he worked for a media outlet and was there because “it is where Josh Duggar is staying."

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Source: Josh Duggar/Twitter
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He claimed it wasn't private property and alleged that another deputy told him that “if it is a public drive he could remain there," reports KNWA/FOX24.

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"I no longer feel safe," she's heard telling the dispatcher while commanding for police to come over and tell the man to leave.

As Radar reported, a judge granted Josh Duggar's request for bail but would not let him return home to his pregnant wife and their six children.

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Source: Anna Duggar/Instagram

Instead, he is staying with a clean-cut couple from church that is friends with his parents -- Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar -- until his trial date on July 6.

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Duggar's release comes with a slew of restrictions.

He is not allowed to access the Internet -- which is easy because the couple only has dial-up -- and they were required to remove all of their firearms from the home.

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Duggar is required to wear an ankle monitor while out on bail and if he violates the terms of his release, the homeowners must let the court know.

Duggar is being accused of downloading child sexual abuse material – some of which allegedly showed children under the age of 12 – in May 2019. If convicted, he could face up to 20 years in prison and $250,000 in fines on each count

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