Anna, who recently announced she gave birth to their 7th child, walked into the court holding hands with her man. This is the second time she’s showed up to support him.
Her support is anything but interesting. Duggar is accused of possessing and receiving disgusting material and keeping it on his work computer. The Feds uncovered the stash while executing a search warrant at a car lot Duggar owns.
If convicted, he is facing up to 20 years in prison and a $250k fine. Duggar entered a plea of not guilty to the charges. He has tried to place blame on others who had access to his laptop.
Prosecutors are adamant Duggar was the one who downloaded the illegal videos. They claim he had a program set up on his computer that would notify Anna if he ever watched or downloaded porn. However, they say he had a separate program that allowed him to bypass the first.
The password used to access the pornography was the same one used for Duggar’s family Instagram account.
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While out on bond, the judge ordered Duggar to not have contact with any minor children. He is only allowed to see his own children if Anna allows him. It would appear she has no issues given her court appearances.
The judge also ordered Duggar to live with his parent's church friends and was barred from using the internet. In the past several weeks, the former reality star has been demanding certain evidence be thrown out ahead of the trial.
The judge ruled this week the government can't bring up the information calling it "irrelevant."