See Josh Duggar's 'stoic' wife Anna & dad Jim Bob leave court after star is found guilty in child pornography trial

A STOIC Anna and Jim Bob Duggar were seen leaving the courthouse on Thursday after Josh was found guilty in child pornography case.

The jury presented their verdict after two weeks of trial regarding the April 2021 charges.

Anna, 33, and her father-in-law Jim Bob, 56, were spotted leaving court in Fayetteville, Arkansas on Thursday after Josh was delivered a guilty sentence.

The mother of seven looked "stoic" as she walked with her hands clasped, surrounded by family.

Neither Anna nor family patriarch Jim Bob said a word nor shed a tear as they headed to their car, alongside Justin Duggar and his wife Claire.

The family was seen walking all together outside as they rushed to the waiting vehicle.

They kept quiet as they piled in and left the courthouse behind.


After being found guilty of both possessing and receiving child pornography, Josh, 33, was ordered straight into custody.

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The TLC star looked back at his family when the court read out that he was found guilty.

Though he didn’t cry, Josh was “teary-eyed” and “solemn” as he was cuffed, according to The Sun's reporter at the scene.

Meanwhile, his brother Justin was unable to fight back the tears and cried as he watched his older sibling being taken into custody.

The Counting On alum stopped as he was being taken away to tell his wife Anna that he “loved” her.

Family patriarch Jim Bob Duggar worked to console Anna, though neither were visibly emotional.


Judge Timothy L. Brooks said he hopes to be able to schedule the sentencing for Josh in four months.

He added that: “Mr. Duggar 100% has been compliant awaiting trial. 

“I appreciate that and I wanted to acknowledge that however because of the guilty offenses he must be detained regardless of flight risk so there will be mandatory detention. 

“The Marshals will set that up.”


Josh’s lawyer gave a statement after the verdict to reveal that they plan to appeal.

"We respect the jury's verdict and we look forward to continuing this fight on appeal," one of his attorneys said outside the courthouse on Thursday.

"We plan to appeal at the appropriate time."

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The guilty verdict is the culmination of a nearly two-week trial that saw graphic and disturbing details and testimony.


Among the most shocking revelations was the testimony from Josh's ex-girlfriend's mother, Bobye Holt.

She broke down in tears and claimed in court that he once confessed to molesting a 5-year-old girl when he was a teen.

In 2015, a police report was published that revealed Josh's dad, Jim Bob, confessed to local authorities in 2006 that Josh inappropriately touched several young girls while they were asleep in the family home years prior. 

The state used the molestation information at trial, as it showed his alleged “sexual interest in young girls.”

More damning evidence came when officials dissected Josh's HP computer, which they argued had access to the dark web.

The desktop's history showed that various files were downloaded containing graphic photos and videos of children from the ages of three months to 12.

The disgraced reality star was arrested back in April after Homeland Security raided his now-shuttered used car dealership in Springdale, Arkansas.

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