Anna Dugar: Is he finally thinking of divorcing Josh?
It’s been five months since Josh Dugar was convicted of child pornography.
Nowadays, Josh is still awaiting sentencing, and his legal team is working hard to prepare his appeal.
In all likelihood, however, the humiliated reality star will take at least a decade before being released from prison.
Of course, he is not the only one whose future is uncertain but certainly dark …
Josh’s wife, Anna Dugar, gave birth to his seventh child just weeks before he was convicted.
Now, she is tasked with supporting her family on her own, without any formal education or any real-world work experience.
Josh is rumored to have filed for divorce in response to his latest sex scandal, but the mother of seven has no intention of ending her marriage, according to a new report in the UK tabloid The Sun.
“Anna is a woman’s shell at the moment, but she chooses to stay with Josh. They will not get a divorce, ”an insider told Outlet.
“He will see her when he gets permission, because he still firmly believes he is innocent and it was a set up.”
Yes, Anna is adamant in her conviction that Josh was drafted by a member of the Biden administration.
Sources have indicated that she believes her husband will still be a free man if Donald Trump is re-elected.
For Anna’s financial situation, insiders say she will continue to enjoy the support of her in-laws – as long as she is married to Josh, of course.
“Anna is still living in the compound on Dugar’s land near the original family home and has no plans to move at this time,” a source told The Sun.
“Jim Bob and Michelle don’t believe in separation at all. So they told their friends that they would help Anna and the kids financially. “
The Dugars rightly believe that it would be difficult for Anna to feed her family without their support – but they will still withdraw that support if she divorces their son.
“They say Anna has no job, never worked and no way to support herself and the kids,” the insider said.
“Some of Jim Bob’s friends were terrified that he wouldn’t persuade Anna to divorce Josh, or at least tell him he didn’t have to,” the source continued.
“It sends a bad message to the kids.”
Josh’s sentencing hearing has been adjourned until May 25 at the request of his attorneys.
The judge will decide not only the length of Josh’s sentence but also where he will spend the time.
Since Josh was convicted in federal court, he could technically be sent anywhere in the country, but the judge will probably keep him close to home for the sake of his children.
For her part, Anna has called Josh more than 100 times since her capture in December last year, and insiders say she gets a chance at her abusive husband.
Anna and her children will probably live on the entire Duggar family property in Josh’s punishment.
There, Anna will receive financial support from Jim Bob and child care assistance from Michelle and Jana.
Of course, all that help will disappear in a moment if she even tells Josh to leave, so you can assure her that she will wait with duty for her husband whenever he is released.
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