Josh Duggar's sister Jinger and husband Jeremy feel 'enough is enough' after arrest & plan to focus on podcast
JOSH Duggar's sister Jinger and her husband Jeremy Vuolo feel "enough is enough" after his arrest and are planning to focus on their podcast relaunch this summer, a source has exclusively told The Sun.
The Counting On stars, who relocated to Los Angeles last year, are keeping their distance from Josh after the bust on child porn charges last week, and don't want his issues to damage their brand.
A source exclusively told The Sun: "It's been a very tough time for them as a family, what with welcoming a new baby during a pandemic and now Josh's arrest.
"They have been very outspoken about him being charged, they want nothing to do with him, and don't want his issues to get in the way of their life in California. They feel enough is enough.
"They stopped recording their podcast some months ago as they were very overwhelmed juggling family life with their lifestyle brand and book release.
"They are working on new episodes now and are happy about its evolution."
The insider said the couple have "changed a lot" since relocating from Arkansas to Los Angeles and have been hanging out in West Hollywood with new friends.
The insider added: "They are building a new life for themselves and are very happy.
"They are so glad they made the move and decided to do it alone, especially now Josh is behind bars, they just want to focus on their own lives."
After the ex reality star was arrested last Thursday, it was revealed the oldest Duggar child was charged with possession of child pornography.
Jinger and Jeremy shared joint statements on their social media pages minutes after his alleged crimes were exposed.
The statement read: "We are disturbed to hear the charges against Josh.
"While this case must go through the legal system, we want to make it clear that we absolutely condemn any form of child abuse and fully support the authorities and judicial process in their pursuit of justice."
Earlier this year, a source exclusively told The Sun that Jinger, 27, and Jeremy, 33, were stepping away from their podcast, Hope We Hold, to focus on their marriage and children.
The TV stars launched their Christian show last June and grew their following to have hundreds of thousands of fans downloading more than 30 episodes.
They also had more than 40k people following along on the podcast’s Instagram, but wiped their account clean during the show's break – deleting all photos and videos.
The couple decided to put a pause on the program a few months after welcoming their second daughter, Evangeline, in November.
They also share 2-year-old Felicity.
Jinger and Jeremy have now started adding content to their Hope We Hold Instagram and teased fans they would soon be back.
They wrote in one post: "BACK! and baking? Thank you for being patient as we took a break to focus on our family.
"In the meanwhile, we merged Hope & Stead under the Hope We Hold umbrella, so you will be seeing a bigger variety of updates, posts, products and more over here!"
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