COUNTING On star Anna Duggar is reportedly “not certain” about the future of her marriage with Josh.
The disgraced reality star, 33, was found guilty of child pornography charges last month, and he was immediately taken into custody.
Anna Duggar is ‘not certain’ about her future with her husband Josh[/caption]
Josh Duggar was recently found guilty on charges of child pornography[/caption]
With Josh currently in custody as he awaits his sentencing, Anna is left to take care of their seven kids, including their newborn daughter, Madyson.
Amid the whole scandal, a source told InTouch Weekly that the reality star mom is “not certain about her future” with Josh.
“She’s doing everything she possibly can to make sense of this living nightmare,” the insider added.
The date has not yet been scheduled but is expected to take place four months from the verdict last month.
While Anna “still loves “ Josh, she’s had to look at him and their future together differently after he was convicted of the charges.
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The source told the outlet: “His actions have forced her to look at him as a fallen man who lost his way.”
“…She’s leaning on her faith and is certain that it will work out the way it’s supposed to.”
Anna had been sticking things out with Josh until “the bitter end” and is now “praying” for him ahead of his sentencing.
The same reportedly can’t be said for the rest of his family, as this scandal as caused a major rift between the members.
The insider said: “Josh’s troubles may have splintered the family into taking sides.
“But there’s one person who the majority of them continue to support — that’s Anna.”
Still, the scandal has caused many in the Duggar family to “lay low” in the aftermath.
As Anna has been taking some “time away” from Josh’s side of the family, she’s been spending more time with her own family, instead.
Despite distancing herself a bit from the Duggars, the source noted “she does talk to Michelle and some of her sisters-in-laws.”
Currently, the only way for visits between Counting On’s Anna and Josh to take place right now is through video call or email, the Washington County Detention Center in Arkansas confirmed.
She isn’t even allowed to be in the same building as Josh, as all visits through the jail lobby kiosk have been suspended because of Covid.
Anna must communicate with Josh through website Jail ATM, which provides access via email and video call.
Video calls are $0.25 per minute and emails are $5 per message.
The website also allows loved ones to send money and gift packages, which include food products and beverage packets.
The Sun previously reported Josh is not allowed conjugal visits with his wife.
According to the Bureau of Federal Prisons website, conjugal visitation is “not permitted within any BOP facility.”
Anna and their seven kids are now living in a rundown warehouse on Jim Bob and Michelle’s Arkansas compound, The Sun previously reported.
A source said: “The night of the sentencing the lights were on at the warehouse. The SUV parked right outside was the car Anna left the court in.”
He was immediately taken into custody after the trial[/caption]
Josh and Anna share seven children, including a two-month-old daughter[/caption]