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Dirty Duggar Fakery! Christian Clan Stages Charity Scene For Cameras — Gives Food To Needy Family, Then Takes It Back!

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May. 1 2015, Updated 11:39 a.m. ET

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The Duggars may claim to be simple Christians rather than greedy Hollywood stars, but the Jesus-loving clan stills tricks fans with reality TV fakery— and now RadarOnline.com can prove it! On April 27, the family blatantly staged a charity scene inside a Springdale, Arkansas, thrift store and ministry center. Keep clicking for the complete story and tell-tale photos.

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On Monday afternoon, the Duggar family tweeted that they would be giving out "food to families in need" in the Compassion Center at 6:45 that evening. According to an onlooker, Jim Bob, Michelle and their large brood arrived at 7:15, a half hour late, with an enormous 19 Kids And Counting production crew in tow. "Suddenly the parking lot was filled with large SUVs, production crew, chaos!" the eyewitness exclusively tells Radar. "Jim Bob directed every car as to where it should park."

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The producers soon realized that there was no one in line for food, and just one group in the entire store not simply there to spot the Duggars. The insider says the crew began chatting up the Martinez clan, a family of four shopping for clothes, and gave them clipboards with release agreements attached.

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Each member of the Duggar family, including pregnant Jessa and her husband Ben Seewald, grabbed a large cardboard box filled with junk food out of a truck and brought it into the store, the onlooker says. But the producers must have been unhappy with the shot, because the Duggars had to take the boxes back outside and stroll in again. They ultimately shot the walk inside three times!

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After granting their permission to appear on camera, the Martinez clan spoke with producers, who coached them on how to act in front of the cameras. "Let's go over this…You're really happy that the Duggars have brought you this food, you really need this for your family," the witness says the producers told them.

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Next, parents of 19 Michelle and Jim Bob greeted the Martinez family. The patriarch told a story that he was so poor growing up, he cooked some rice in a jar that was meant for decoration only. "That was our dinner!" he told them, according to the insider.

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One of the Duggar sons then took a box of food and placed it in the Martinez clan's car. But after the cameras were turned off, the box was taken out of the car and placed back into one of the Duggars' SUVs!

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