Josh Duggar Allegedly Breaks Major Prison Rule, Then Has Sentence Extended

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Josh Duggar, the disgraced reality television star, has reportedly gotten his prison sentence extended.

The 35-year-old Duggar, who starred in the wildly popular “19 Kids and Counting” show that aired from 2008 to 2015 on the TLC network, has had his prison sentence extended by almost two months after an alleged violation of prison rules, according to Fox News.

A search on the Bureau of Prisons website shows a “Joshua James Duggar” with a release date of Oct. 2, 2032. His original release date was Aug. 12, 2032.

Fox noted that Duggar’s prison sentence extension comes while he’s in solitary confinement at a low-security federal prison in Texas. Duggar landed in solitary after allegedly getting caught with a contraband cellphone.

It’s not clear if the cellphone incident is what led to Duggar’s sentence being extended. The phone was reportedly found about a month ago.

Duggar’s fall from grace has been well-documented.

His woes really began in 2006 when allegations first surfaced that he had molested four of his sisters and a babysitter. Those accusations ultimately led to nothing, as it was determined the statute of limitations had passed.

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