Anna Duggar tells fans to watch 'sweet' Counting On episode just two weeks after dissing show for banning husband Josh

ANNA Duggar has done a backflip just weeks after dissing Counting On by telling fans to watch the show.

The mom of six is married to Josh Duggar, the eldest of Jim Bob and Michelle's 19 children, but the family of eight rarely appear on TLC show Counting On after Josh was fired amid molestation claims.

Like many of the Duggar clan, Anna shared a preview of an upcoming episode of the TLC reality series.

The "sweet episode" charts Joy-Anna's pregnancy news, just nine months after she suffered a harrowing miscarriage.

Many of the family posted the clip to their Instagram stories with Anna describing it as "such a sweet episode tonight".

But just a few weeks ago she was throwing shade at her extended family and the Counting On series.



Taking to Instagram last month, Anna shared pictures from the upcoming Christmas special, writing: "It means a lot when our family is included (on rare occasions) in the events that air on tv with Joshua’s family.

"We had a blast celebrating Christmas with an ugly sweater party and a Christmas play!

"Hope you guys will tune in tonight! You don’t want to miss this episode coming up tonight at 8c/9e on @TLC!"

It was revealed in 2015 that he had been accused of molested multiple underage girls, including four of his sisters when he was 14 and 15.

Things have not improved the for the embattled Josh, Anna and their six children appear to live in his dad Jim Bob’s warehouse. 

The Sun U.S. revealed exclusively Josh’s car business, Wholesale Motorcars, in Springdale, Arkansas is no longer open, as Google lists the company as “permanently closed.”

A nearby business told The Sun: "They are no longer on our property."

The company’s website is no longer active and phone calls to the business go straight to voicemail. 

The last time the company updated their Facebook page was on September 27, 2019. 

The last Google review of the business was posted 11 months ago. 

An Arkansas-based Reddit user claimed earlier this year that the car lot is “completely empty now” and signs for the business had been “taken down.”

A rep for Josh did not immediately respond to The Sun's request for comment.

The closure of Josh’s used car dealership came around the time Homeland Security Investigations conducted an “ongoing federal investigation” at the lot in November 2019. 

No charges against Josh, 32, or the business were ever filed. 

In 2018, RadarOnline.com reported Josh was found in violation of an ordinance requiring his car business to have a permit.

Josh was allegedly notified of the issue three times before he resolved the problem.

The eldest Duggar child of Jim Bob, 55, and Michelle, 53, began managing Wholesale Motorcars when he resigned from his position from the Family Research Council in 2015.

Josh stepped down after he admitted to having an extra-marital affair following reports that he subscribed to the Ashley Madison affair website.

Earlier that year, Josh’s molestation scandal broke, resulting in the cancellation of 19 Kids and Counting. 


Josh has not appeared on the spinoff Counting On.

According to a 2006 police report, which Arkansas police later destroyed, Jim Bob first told cops in 2002 that Josh had molested young victims while they were asleep in the Duggar family home.

His younger sisters Jill and Jessa later came forward as two of the victims. 

With no known employment, The Sun exclusively reported he and his family appear to live in Jim Bob and Michelle’s warehouse on the Duggar property.

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