Josh Duggar

Josh Duggar

Josh Duggar Apparently Used The Same Password To Find Child Pornography As He Used Instagram

As Josh Duggar prepares for his day in court after being arrested on charges related to child pornography, new details on the case have come out slowly. According to a new report, the former 19 Kids and Counting star actually used the same login and password information to find child pornography that he frequently used on accounts, including on social media.

The Radar Online store was able to obtain court documents related to the case recently. Some of the unidentified details were already known to the public, including the fact that the investigating officer in the case called some of the images found on a computer operating system Josh Duggar reached the “worst” he had ever seen. However, the site also reports that Josh Duggar used the same password on his bank account, family Instagram account and his accounts allegedly for child pornography. The prosecutor even pointed out in the report:

That was the password Josh Duggar had been using for years, and it shows he was the one who broke up the separation, after downloading the children’s pornography.

Josh Duggar himself is no longer on Instagram – at least not in public – but his wife Anna has a family account. That account in particular contains details of what babies are made for and is used for big announcements: consider pregnancy reveals more. This account has not been suspended but there have been no updates since Josh was arrested by government officials at the end of April. The news broke shortly after members of the Duggar family announced they had their seventh child.

In addition to that information, a report obtained by Radar Online also shows that there is evidence that Josh Duggar was in a car park on the days when child pornography was found. Duggar’s legal team argued at the time that many people were in the area and had access to a computer, which government officials did not agree with. Officials in the case also noted that there are protections available that allow a user to hide activities on that computer.

In the past, we have learned that Anna Duggar allegedly installed software on a computer in question that was supposed to trigger a report if any pornography was found. Linux segmentation has been added to hide computer activity, but peer-to-peer files have been downloaded.

Josh Duggar’s court case is expected to begin in November this year. If convicted on both counts, Duggar could face up to 40 years in prison, up to 20 years for the first charge and up to 20 years for the second charge. We will make sure to let you know the related details as it breaks.

Again, and this should go without saying but I will say, if you now have the same password for both your social media accounts and your bank account, you should probably continue to fix that situation immediately.



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