REPORT: Disgraced Reality TV Star Gets Child Pornography Prison Sentence Extended

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Disgraced reality TV star Josh Duggar had his 12.5 year prison sentence for child pornography charges extended for almost two additional months, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.

Duggar’s release date from the Federal Correctional Institute Seagoville was pushed back from Aug. 12 to Oct. 10, 2032, the bureau’s website says. The extension comes shortly after he was moved to the facility’s Special Housing Unit (SHU) for allegedly possessing a cellphone while serving his sentence, In Touch reported.

He was found guilty by an Arkansas jury in December 2021 for knowingly receiving and distributing child pornography. The former “19 Kids and Counting” star was moved to FCI Seagoville in June 2022 after an Arkansas judge handed him a 12.5 year sentence for receiving child pornography. The judge said Duggar did not knowingly distribute child pornography and lessened his sentence from prosecutors initial request for a 20 year sentence.

Law enforcement sources informed TMZ last year that Duggar is expected to be placed on 20 years of post-release-supervision once he completes his full prison sentence.

Allegations of Duggar sexually abusing children date back to 2002, evident by a police report filed in 2006.

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