Amy Duggar has nothing to hide when it comes to her feelings toward her family.
The cousin of the “19 Kids & Counting” TV family was playing a late-night game of “Questions For Couples” on TikTok.
She also uploaded the video to her Instagram Story on Monday, January 17.
Amy along with her husband, Dillon King, were first asked, “Who usually gets to pick the TV shows you watch?”
Amy pointed at Dillon while he simultaneously pointed at Amy.
Amy Duggar Does TikTok Challenge With Her Husband
The second question was, “Whose family sucks more?”
Amy becomes wide-eyed and she immediately points at herself, and her husband follows suit throwing his index finger in her direction.
The Duggar cousin has been vocal about her dysfunctional family in the past. She used to be a featured regular on the show and was introduced as the more “socially conventional” Duggar compared to her cousins from Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar.
In a follow-up video to the TikTok challenge, Amy said that she had no idea that questions was going to be asked.
“We just wanted to come on here really quick and say we had no idea that was going to be a question on that TikTok video we just did,” Amy explained.
Amy Says Her Family Sucks
Dillon chimed in, “The Amy Gram is random audio she’s never heard of.”
“No for real, I didn’t hear all of it, because it was like a long one like, oh this one will be fun because it’s just for couples. I had no idea what they were gonna say. That was kind of perfect,” she said before ending the video.
Amy’s thoughts on her family come after her cousin, Josh Duggar, was found guilty in his child pornography case.
On December 9, Josh was found guilty on both charges brought against him, and faces up to 20 years in prison.
Josh’s conviction has irreversibly tarnished the family name and “holier than thou” image.
TMZ shared that the former reality star is charged with one count each of receiving and possessing child pornography. If you weren’t disgusted enough, it was revealed that some of the images included minors 12 years and younger.
Josh Duggar Is GUILTY!
The trial showed two sides of Duggar. On one hand, he is a local businessman who may have been manipulated and that’s how all that child porn ended up on three of his devices.
His sisters have also been outspoken about his guilty verdict.
Jinger Duggar, took to social media as well to thank the judicial system.
“We are thankful to God for exposing Josh’s actions and to a legal system committed to protecting the innocent and punishing the guilty in this case. We are grateful for justice. We are praying for further justice, vindication, protection, and healing for all those who have been wronged,” she wrote.
On the other hand, he has done this before and he may have just been trying to cover up his indiscretions… poorly. Prosecutors believe and argued that Duggar went out of his way to elaborate a plan to hide his dirty secret using his work devices to do so.
The “19 Kids and Counting” alum came under suspicion in 2019. A raid of his Arkansas car dealership came up shady. DHS agents seized Duggar’s computer, iPhone, and MacBook from an RV.
The trial lasted two weeks and included damning evidence against Duggar including testimony from forensic analysis. The trial also had witnesses including one from a family friend who shared that Duggar had confessed to them that he had been molesting children. The witness apparently broke down on the stand recounting the moment.
The disgraced reality TV star’s younger sister, Joy Duggar Forsyth, is in total agreement with the judicial system’s verdict.
On Sunday, December 12, Joy posted a message to her Instagram Story.
“Over this last year, as you can imagine, there have been a lot of unanswered questions in our minds regarding Josh,” she started her message. “We were able to sit through the trial to hear the evidence for ourselves. We agree with the judicial system’s verdict and we are thankful for the men and women who work tirelessly to protect children and help prevent child sexual abuse material. Our hearts break for CSAM victims.”
Joy concluded her message, “We are praying for Anna and her children.”