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Josh Duggar’s brother-in-law: ‘I won’t stop trying to get that pig out of our family’

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Anna Duggar’s brother is not happy his sister is staying with her disgraced reality TV star husband, Josh Duggar.

People reports Anna Duggar’s brother, Daniel Keller, believes his sister should leave Josh.

Last week, Josh admitted to being unfaithful to his wife and having a secret porn addiction after he was exposed in the Ashley Madison leak.

“I have been the biggest hypocrite ever,” Josh said in a statement on his family’s website. “While espousing faith and family values, I have secretly over the last several years been viewing pornography on the internet and this became a secret addiction and I became unfaithful to my wife.”

In May, Josh was also forced to apologize after news broke that he had molested five girls, four of them being his own sisters, when he was a teenager.

Josh admitted that his actions were “inexcusable,” and TLC canceled the Duggar’s hit reality show “19 Kids and Counting” less than two months later.

Over the weekend, Josh’s sister, Jessa Duggar Seewald, posted a bible verse on her Facebook page, which read in part, “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.”

After seeing the post, Keller chimed in on the comment thread.

“You have to confess and forsake your sin to have mercy,” Keller wrote. “Not sin confess and repeat.”

“Tell me how you would feel if someone cheated on your sister and brought so much disgrace to you and ur [sic] family,” Keller continued.

In the comment thread, Keller says he has asked his sister to leave Josh but she refused.

“I told her I would go get her and her children stay [with] me,” Keller wrote. “She said she’s staying where she’s at. But I won’t stop trying to get that pig out of our family.”

Josh and Anna Duggar, both 27, have been married since 2008. They have four children together: Mackynzie, 5, Michael, 4, Marcus, 2, and Meredith Grace, 1 month.


    • chris lar

      That is the stupidest thing I have ever read.. Porn does not make someone cheat or commit crimes.. Just like guns don’t kill people,
      spoons don’t make you fat.. Get a grip

    • Fred

      By your way of thinking cars should be banned too because people die in crashes, and planes, and knives and guns and candy bars (the bane of people with diabetes) and alcohol and video games and rap music rock music (except Pink Floyd)…ban anything someone can use as an excuse for a health hazard, may cause bad actions or bad decision making.

  • Fred

    I think she’s letting her faith over ride common sense – while admirable, she’ll find more heartache down the road. DUMP THAT CHUMP!!!!!!!!!

  • George

    She needs to leave him to protect their children. Pedophiles like Josh Duggar deserve to rot in jail and let the other inmates have their way with him. Is it really surprising that someone who is capable of preying on children is also a cheater? I wouldn’t be surprised if more skeletons come out of his closest.

  • concerned

    Bottom line she said she knew what he had done before they were married. And she said it didn’t matter, that she loved him and still was going to marry him. That speaks volumes about her…. cps needs to be called and them them children taken away. More and more comes out about him, them children are not safe.

  • Labailey

    Dear Brother; I completely understand your feelings regarding what Josh Duggar has done. I fully understand that your instincts are to protect your sister’s (& children’s) heart. No doubt that they are all shattered by this, struggling emotionally and, even physically, at this time. Betrayal of this magnitude, both to herself and to their children, isn’t easy to put behind you. Instead of being hostile and seeking vengeance with Josh, and his sisters, who were victims too, Just be a source of strength and understanding that your sister needs right now. Instead of angrily telling her she should divorce him, be a listening ear for her to bend whenever she feels vulnerable. Wait patiently for her to decide whether to stay or go. Only a spouse can make that choice no matter what others think. If you’re enraged, mostly, in the presence of your sister and kids, it will only stress her put more than has already been and she’ll likely stop confiding in you. She needs everyone now. I’m not scolding. I’m just reliving how I felt when the same happen to me. Thankfully, mine didn’t play out in the media.

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