Convicted Sex Offender Josh Duggar FIRED From Prison Job After ‘Arrogant Attitude’ Clashes with Inmates!

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Josh Duggar has been fired from his prison job, according to a new report by Ok! The convicted sex offender is serving a 12.5-year prison sentence at the Federal Correctional Institution in Seagoville, Texas, after being found guilty of receiving and possessing child pornography. The former 19 Kids and Counting star was reportedly axed from his tutoring position inside the facility. 

Josh Duggar

Sources told the outlet that Duggar’s “arrogant attitude” rubbed people the wrong way.

Josh seems to piss many people off as he thinks he knows it all. I am not sure exactly why he got fired, but I am sure it had to do with his arrogant attitude and clashing with other inmates,” an insider said.

Josh Duggar

The development came after a leaked photo snapped inside the prison revealed the former reality star with long hair and a beard. Duggar appeared to be sharing a laugh with some of his fellow prisoners in the pic, three and a half months into his stint. In late June, he was transferred to the Seagoville prison from the Washington County Jail in Arkansas. 

The Bureau of Prisons website describes Seagoville as a “low security federal correctional institution with an adjacent minimum security satellite camp and a detention center.” 

Josh Duggar

Earlier this month, the father of seven filed to appeal his conviction and sentence, putting the blame on his former co-worker, Caleb Williams. Investigators found the explicit material on Duggar’s work computer, but Duggar alleged that they failed to look into his co-worker, who purportedly regularly used the computer. Duggar described Williams as “extremely tech savvy.” 

Williams worked at Wholesale Motorcars, regularly used the HP computer, was extremely tech savvy, and sent Duggar a text message on May 7, 2019 offering to ‘watch the lot’ during the coming week,” the documents read.

Caleb Williams

The documents claimed that “law enforcement failed to meaningfully investigate Williams as a potential perpetrator” despite the text message aligning with the time frame the offenses took place. 

The appeal stated, “The district court concluded Duggar would only be permitted to ask Williams ‘whether or not he has knowledge or recollection of being present on the car lot on or about May 13 through May 16’ and ‘if he ever remoted in to the office machine, and if so, the time periods in which he would have remoted in.”

Josh Duggar

Duggar also alleged that Williams was a “convicted sex offender.” Duggar claimed he was blocked from calling Williams to the witness stand to address the alleged May 2019 text message.

Duggar “knowingly received” child pornography between the dates of May 14-16, 2009, according to the grand jury indictment, filed by the U.S. District Court in the Western District of Arkansas. Investigators described the materials as “the worst of the worst” they had ever seen, during the trial.


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