Amy Duggar reveals she's estranged from ANOTHER family member after she slams 'evil' cousin Josh | The Sun

AMY Duggar has revealed she is estranged from another family member.

She slammed her cousin Josh Duggar as "evil" after he was convicted on child pornography charges.

Amy posted a tweet on June 20 about how her relationship with her dad is strained.

"My relationship with my dad is non existent," she tweeted.

"I had to put boundaries in place for protection. If your day was hard you are not alone and I see you."

She concluded the personal message: "I’m sorry your dad didn’t step up and be the loving father that you deserve in your life.


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The tweet came a day after Father's Day and told others "it's okay" if their day was hard.

Her father is the second person in her family that she dissed.

She called her cousin Josh "evil" as he was sentenced to 20 years in prison after being found guilty of charges related to child pornography.


Amy demanded that Josh should get the full prison sentence for his "sick" crimes after his wife, Anna, begged for a lenient sentence.

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Back in May, the Counting On alum wrote on her Instagram Story, "Thank you to everyone who has reached out. Please do not send me the graphic/sick details of Josh Duggar's case."

The rebellious Duggar cousin added: "Honestly I have to protect my mind and my heart from hearing/reading such disgusting material.

"Please let me remind you to be careful if you are interested in knowing the graphic details to protect your mind and heart also. You'll just never be the same."

She ended the post with, "I will continue to shine a light in the most darkest areas. Please just pray that Josh Duggar will be given the ultimate sentence. 20 plus years."


Her father is not the first person in her family that Amy is estranged from.

She shared back in July 2020 that she was "happy" and "moving on" after being estranged from her uncle Jim Bob Duggar and aunt Michelle.

The 35-year-old, who is considered to be the "rebel" of the family for her outspoken thoughts, wearing shorts and baring her arms in tank tops, told Entertainment Tonight that although "things are definitely different," she's "happy" for everyone in the famous family.

"I think we are all just trying to find our path, and we're all just doing things differently," said Amy, whose mother Deanna is Jim Bob Duggar's older sister.

"I'm doing things differently and I'm happy where I'm at. I'm happy for them," she told them "Things are definitely different, but I'm happy for everybody."

However, Amy did reveal that she still talks to her cousin, Jill.

"Jill and I text, not on a daily basis, but we text quite often," Amy said to the outlet. "And we discuss things."


Although Amy has been estranged from the family for a long time and therefore, did not have a role on Counting On, she revealed to The Sun that she would love her own reality show.

“I would make sure it was real. There are no skeletons in these closets. I would make it like The Kardashians. Not every day is rosy and beautiful. There are days I can't stand my husband. It's normal. Then there are days I can't live without him. That's normal marriage. 

“People respect and love authenticity. You have to be transparent with people. That's what I would sign up for. Transparency.”

She was asked if she would team up with her cousin Jill for the show and replied with an enthusiastic, "Heck yeah!"

About her aunt and uncle, Amy said, "It's not about disrespecting them. It's more like, 'Please open your eyes.' I want to get their attention. I can't stay silent. I literally truly cannot stay silent on this matter. It's too severe.”

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Amy is married to Dillon King, whom she got hitched to in 2015.

They share one son together- Daxton, who was born in 2019.

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