Josh Duggar's cousin Amy shares eerie cryptic post after being left 'speechless' by his arrest and child porn charges

JOSH Duggar's cousin Amy King added mystery to the mix with a cryptic Twitter post following her relative's arrest for child porn.

The businesswoman previously took to her page to state a "tornado" was coming to "destroy everything" hours before the 33-year-old was booked for the serious offenses.

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Mom Amy then exclusively opened up to The Sun telling how she was "devastated" by Josh's child porn charges, which he has denied.

Josh, who is married to Anna Duggar, was charged with one count of possession of a child pornographic photo and a second count of receiving a child pornographic photo on Friday.

The charges came after he was arrested on Thursday in Arkansas. 

At his arraignment in court on Friday, Josh pleaded not guilty to the charges, and was ordered to remain in custody until at least May 5.


Amy, 34, today posted a new message that added more fuel to the fire among her Twitter followers, depicting a sad Emoji face and a gif of a raindrop or tear falling into a pond.

The droplet was seen causing a huge amount of ripples – perhaps referencing the wide-ranging after-effects of Josh's arrest.

Josh's brother-in-law Derick Dillard has already appeared to agree with fans claiming TLC show Counting On, which stars Josh's family but not Josh, should be scrapped.

Amy's followers appeared divided with the meaning of her picture-post, with some believing the teardrop was a representation of her own sadness.


One wrote: "Hugs to you and your family. Take care and will be praying for all. Sad for so many people."

Another posted: "Prayers for you and your family. ?."

One then replied: "Sending so much love and support yalls way."

Yet one took the opposite stance, and commented: "Hopefully his family doesn’t try to sweep this one under the rug."


Amy previously exclusively told The Sun she is “devastated” by the arrest on Friday. 

She said: “At the moment I have no comment to make. I’m kind of speechless, we just hope it’s not true. 

“I spoke with several of my cousins after we heard about the arrest. We’re in shock, but we don’t want to think the worst of someone, you want to think the best.

“If it is true it would absolutely devastate a lot of people.”

Amy, who is married to Dillon King, continued: “Everybody that knows Josh would be devastated. Just thinking about it makes me want to have a glass of wine right now.”

She added that her “hugs” go out to Josh’s pregnant wife Anna, 32, and their six children. 

The clothing boutique owner ended: “It breaks my heart. Family is family and I wish the best for everyone.”


The Duggar family additionally released a statement that read: “We appreciate your continued prayers for our family at this time. The accusations brought against Joshua today are very serious.

"It is our prayer that the truth, no matter what it is, will come to light, and that this will all be resolved in a timely manner.

"We love Josh and Anna and continue to pray for their family.”

According to the indictment, Josh “knowingly received child pornography” between or about May 14, 2019 and on or about May 16, 2019.

For the second count, Josh “knowingly possessed material that contained images of child pornography,” including “images of minors under the age of 12.”


Josh has been ordered to forfeit all visual images and property, including video equipment, related to the case.

According to a press release from the Department of Justice, Josh “allegedly used the internet to download child sexual abuse material. Duggar allegedly possessed this material, some of which depicts the sexual abuse of children under the age of 12, in May 2019.”

If convicted, he could receive 20 years in prison with fines up to $250,000 on each count. 

 

 

 

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