Amy Duggar King’s Heartwarming Gesture to Support Josh Duggar’s Wife and Kids!

Anna Duggar is still a priority for Amy (Duggar) King. Anna’s husband, Josh Duggar, has recently been criticized. He previously confessed to molesting several young females between 12 and 15—including his younger sisters Jill (Duggar) Dillard and Jessa (Duggar) Seewald.

Josh, now 35, also paid a woman from the extramarital affairs-facilitating website Ashley Madison for s*x. But among his family’s many brushes with controversy, Josh’s arrest and subsequent punishment for receiving and having documents relating to child se*ual abuse have been one of the lowest points.

King has been determined that it is her obligation to come up while most of the family, including Anna, have either remained silent or supported Josh. King has tried to assist Josh’s wife, 34, even though she highly disapproves of his behavior.

“With Anna, I have tried. I have sent text messages, I have sent emails. I’ve tried, I’ve tried. “I don’t know if her phone’s being monitored. I don’t know if she’s turned it off [and] she’s gotten a new one. I’ve tried on Instagram, I’ve tried on Twitter. She wants nothing to do with it at all, and that’s her decision.”

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King says, “I understand she has a lot of kids, and I understand that she’s in a very broken place, I’m sure. I don’t want to speak for her. I’m sure that is just heartbreaking, but I also don’t necessarily think she sees it yet. I think it’s going to take a really long time. And if she ever does reach out, I am here for her.” 

The ex-reality star describes her efforts to support Anna in detail. “My husband [Dillon] and I actually were talking when all this first came out, and I said, ‘Honey, we have room to welcome all of those kids and Anna into our home. We have bunk beds, we could do something really cool,'” she recalls.

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“And he was like, ‘You’re right.’ He was like, ‘We could.’ He was like, ‘Let’s reach out and see what we can do.'” “I offered it, and that’s really all I can do is just hope and pray that she opens her eyes. That’s all you can do,” she says.

“Honestly, it sucks. It just sucks because I want to be there and I want to help, and it doesn’t have to involve cameras or fame or anything. It’s just family reaching out to family. Unfortunately, she doesn’t see it.”

While King remained ready to stand by Anna, she did not treat her cousin Josh with the same civility. “Josh, I will not reach out to you, honestly, because it’s just so heartbreaking. I can’t, I literally can’t, and I don’t want to.”

She states, “I’ll just be honest. … His hand was stuck and found in the cookie jar with Ashley Madison. His hand was stuck in the cookie jar when the [abuse] stuff about the precious sisters [Jill and Jessa] came out. And his hand was stuck again in the cookie jar when the last scandal, it just took the cake.”

King continues, “It’s so filthy and so wrong and so evil, and I hate it. It just hurts my heart so much. I’m not going to reach out. I am done with that. It’s just so sad. So for me, I won’t reach out.”

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King used the same tenacity in the documentary Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets on Prime Video. It details Josh’s transgressions and other issues involving the Duggar family and their fervently conservative religious views.

King valued his involvement in the initiative because he wanted to promote the Basic Life Principles and its teachings for survivors of the Institute.

She explains her decision to appear publicly by saying, “I am not the type to hold back, and I just feel like as I get older, my voice is getting louder about things.”

“Obviously, I prayed about it, talked to my husband, and I was like, ‘I think this is a really great move. It would be in front of a lot of people.’ It’s not about fame and it’s not about notoriety, it’s literally about just the hurting survivors and how much they have survived.”

She ends by saying,  “I watched the documentary just the other day, and there’s so many people that just came out of so much fear and anxiety and shame. It’s like, ‘You don’t have to live like that.’ So I’m excited just to be a part of it.”

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