Amy Duggar is trying to 'break her NDA' after vowing to 'speak the truth' amid cousin Josh's child pornography trial

AMY Duggar revealed she's "working" to "break her NDA" with her family as she hopes to "speak the truth" amid her cousin Josh's child pornography trial.

The Counting On alum recently claimed her famous family "hates" that she uses her platform to talk about the "truth" surrounding their lives.

Amy, 35, took to Twitter last week to comment on her cousins' behavior as they attend the second week of Josh Duggar's child pornography trial.

In regards to Josh's brother Justin's joyful exit from the courtroom last week, she wrote: "Also you don’t smile with your thumbs up leaving in a situation like this. Where is the respect?"

One fan urged her to let more Duggar secrets come to light, writing: "Break the NDA.

"I’m sure you’d be able to get out of it with all the crime the family has hidden. Prayers for you, your mom and husband today."

Amy was moved by the message, as she replied: "Working on it. Thank you for the support."


The reality star hopped on her Instagram stories last week to open up about her feelings regarding Josh's trial.

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The mother of one said she wished she "could hug every single one of" her followers.

Amy promised she was "never going to stop speaking the truth" and refused to stop "calling that out."

The TV star claimed that the rest of the Duggar family "probably hates it" and say, "'why won't she stop talking?'"

But she continued on to say that she will never "stop talking," adding: "God gave me a platform, and somehow He knew that I was going to have this platform."

At "some point," Amy believed a high power would make her "voice loud."

She said she wanted to "make a difference" and "get the word out there" and concluded that she could not "condone anyone who could hurt a child."


In November, the TLC star sent out a prayer to the victims on social media as her cousin's child pornography trial was about to commence. 

Amy wrote: "Today is a heavy day. This whole week will be. Next week will be too. Until justice is served."

She continued: "Vengeance is mine sayeth the lord, I will repay thee.

"Please pray for the victims, and for the truth to be revealed.

"Pray that the judge will give the ultimate sentence."

Amy and her husband, Dillon King, share their 1-year-old son Daxton, and she is the niece of Michelle, 55, and Jim Bob Duggar, 56.


On Tuesday, Jim Bob made his first appearance at court amidst his oldest son's trial.

The father of 19 looked miserable as he turned up to support Josh, who is facing two counts of child pornography stemming from his April 2021 arrest.

Also in attendance were Jim Bob's daughter Jana, his son Jed and his daughter Jill's husband Derick Dillard.

Josh's trial began last Wednesday for child pornography charges stemming from his April 2021 arrest.

The 33-year-old, who has pleaded not guilty, has been accused of possessing images of child pornography, which have been described as some of "the worst of the worst" that authorities had ever seen.

He faces up to 20 years in prison if found guilty.

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