Brothers to the rescue? Jana Duggarthe brothers of Jason And James Duggar they shared a message of solidarity for their sister one day after it was announced that she had endangered the well-being of a minor prosecution.
James, 20, posted a photo of his sister via Instagram Stories on Saturday December 11 with the caption “I support Jana Duggar”. Jason, 21, shared it again in his Stories, adding “Bro same” to his shot.
Jana was charged on Friday December 10 for an incident that allegedly occurred on September 9, according to a subpoena obtained by In contact. The indictment was originally filed on September 10, and Jana later pleaded not guilty on September 23. His hearing is set for January 10, 2022.
In addition to his brothers, Jana’s cousin Amy King (née Duggar) also backed her up in a long statement.
“I’ll call what’s right and I’ll call what’s wrong,” wrote Amy, 35, via Instagram Stories on Saturday, December 11. “This can’t have been intentional. Thank God the baby was fine and found him!”
Amy also pointed out that “I bet” Jana was “exhausted, stressed and just emotionally exhausted,” in her statement. “Watching more children is difficult! Bc there are so many and you only have two eyes! It’s a very sad situation going on and my heart goes out to @janamduggar I love you. “
The Duggar family faced heavy drama after the ex 19 children and over star Josh Duggar was found guilty of possessing and receiving child pornography material on Thursday 9 December.
“The family prayed and prayed, but they also prepared for the worst,” a source said In contact the day of the sentence. “[Michelle Duggar] And [Jim Bob Duggar] they’re trying to stay strong, praying for Josh, [Anna Duggar (née Keller)] and their grandchildren. The family is gathering, but some children cannot forgive Brother Josh for what he did. They are horrified that he hasn’t received help before. ”
Not only that, but the insider also noted that the entire Duggar family was “torn apart” after the ordeal.
Jason also spoke out following his brother’s conviction. He shared the entire statement that Jeremy Vuolo And Jinger(born Dugger) wrote to her Instagram Stories on Friday 10 December, which she titled “Well said”.
“In the midst of our sadness, there is gratitude,” wrote Jinger, 27, and Jeremy, 34. “We are grateful that God is a God of justice who cares for the innocent and the helpless… We are grateful to God for exposing Josh’s actions and a legal system committed to protecting the innocent and punishing the guilty in this case. We are grateful for justice. We pray for further justice, vengeance, protection and healing for all who have been wronged.