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Jinger Duggar's husband Jeremy Vuolo shares sweet post for his wife as her brother Josh's child pornography trial begins

JINGER Duggar's husband, Jeremy Vuolo, shared a sweet appreciation post for his wife as her brother Josh's child pornography trial began today.

They made no comment about their brother's trial as the couple try to distance themselves and their family from the scandal.

In Jeremy's Instagram post, Jinger, 27, sweetly smiled at her husband behind the camera wearing a zip-up jumpsuit and holding a blue mug.

Jeremy, 34, captioned the photo: "She's the best and I love her."

Jinger's sister Jill, 30, commented in the thread: "She's pretty great."

Even though the family left no indication of her brother Josh's child pornography trial commencing today, fans still left remarks in the post's thread.

One wrote: "I can't imagine the betrayal she must be feeling today, and well, in her younger years too."

Another sent their well-wishes: "You girls remain tight! You will get through this!"


The Duggar mom of two got into the holiday spirit yesterday before Josh's trial began.

While taking to his Instagram Story on Monday, Jeremy shared a photo of his wife sitting in the passenger seat of their car.

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Jeremy explained in the post that Jinger asked to listen to Christmas music in the car.

He wrote that he played the Die Hard soundtrack, which resulted in the Counting On alum making a shocked expression at the camera.

In a following Instagram Story slide, Jinger flashed a small smile at the camera as she applied lip gloss.

Jeremy wrote that his wife became happier when he switched the music to Jingle Bells.


The father of seven is facing charges of one count of receiving child pornography and one count of possessing child pornography.

The former 19 Kids and Counting star has been on home confinement until his trial and has been living with third party custodians LaCount and Maria Reber, who are longtime friends of his parents Jim Bob and Michelle.

Back in April, Josh pleaded not guilty to the charges.

However, Homeland Security special agent Gerald Faulkner said at a May court hearing that downloads made from a specific file were "in the top five of the worst of the worst that I've ever had to examine."

The postponed trial could last up until December 3rd.


Anna was slammed after she was spotted holding hands with the disgraced star and supporting him at his child pornography trial.

Anna and Josh were seen arriving at the courthouse today while holding hands as the couple said nothing upon entering the building.

The mom of seven wore a black dress and a mask as she stayed close to Josh who kept it low key in a suit and tie.

However, fans were not happy at all with the display as they were quick to take to Twitter to react.

One person wrote: "I will never understand his wife. Protecting her children should be first and foremost in her heart, not standing by his side."

Another added: "He has a past with pornography… and 'fondling' sisters… I wish his wife would wake up for their children's sake."

While a third chimed in: "Good grief, the wife looks like she’s being dragged in there. But appropriately wearing her funeral dress."


Josh's trial has gotten underway for charges stemming from his April 2021 arrest.

He has been accused of possessing sick images of child pornography that were "the worst of the worst" that authorities had ever seen.

Homeland Security special agent Gerald Faulkner said in May that downloads made from a specific file were "in the top five of the worst of the worst that I've ever had to examine."

Jim Bob, 56, was forced to take the stand in an Arkansas court on Monday to testify on behalf of the prosecution in Josh's ongoing child pornography trial.

However, he repeatedly claimed he couldn't remember the details of Josh's past admissions that he had touched the victims, who were called Jane Does 1 to 4, People reported.

In 2015, Jim Bob had told police that Josh, 33, had confessed to touching underage girls in the family home between 2002 and 2003.

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