Josh Duggar will spend the next decade and then some behind bars.
During his 12-year stay at the “Prison Inn” aka the Federal Correctional Institution in Seagoville, Texas, the former reality TV star will have to adhere to a very strict lifestyle.
TMZ revealed the oldest Duggar child will have to be up and at ‘em with his bed made military-style by 7:30 AM on weekdays.
Josh Duggar’s Strict Prison Lifestyle Explained!
He will also be required to complete daily chores such as sweeping, cleaning floors and walls, and emptying the trash.
As for the father-of-seven’s fashion behind bars… it will be very minimal.
He Will Have Daily Curfews & Chores Behind Bars
Josh will be given five shirts, five sets of underwear, one pair of shoes, five pairs of pants, one belt, and five pairs of socks that must remain clean and tagged with the inmate’s name and registrar number.
If this is not upheld, he faces discipline.
What might be an even bigger pill to swallow for Josh is the curfews implemented on game, TV and recreational time.
The outlet reports that the low-security prison where he’s serving time has a strict policy regarding quiet hours.
Inmates must stop all loud talking, card, domino and game playing at 9:15 PM. They must return to their rooms by 11 PM and all noise, including TVs, must be off by midnight.
Josh Will Need Permission To See His Own Children Once Out Of Prison
Josh will be able to take up a job while in prison. He could be a painter, welder, landscaper or food server.
Following his 12-year prison sentence, Josh will be under 20 years of supervision. He will need to request permission to see his own minor children and is banned from pornography.
The Blast previously reported that the former “19 Kids & Counting” star was found guilty on child pornography charges that included downloading a collection of “the sickest of the sickest” child pornography.
US District Judge Timothy Brooks announced Josh’s sentence at the end of the hearing in May.
Josh’s Computer Had “The Sickest Of The Sickest” Child Pornography
During the sentencing hearing, Judge Brooks told Josh’s wife, Anna Duggar, that “the images were some of the worst that this court has ever encountered.”
This sentiment was echoed by the press, which described the images and videos found on Duggar’s laptop as some of the worst child pornography ever seen.
Prior to his sentencing, Judge Brooks denied several motions by his defense team that argued it was an unfair trial since Josh had remained in custody while waiting for his sentence.
Josh was found guilty of possessing and receiving child pornography in December 9, 2021. Duggar has had previous issues concerning child pornography and molestation that led to the end of his reality TV series with his family.
Some of his family members have been vocal about their brother’s wrongdoings.
Joy Duggar spoke out on December 12 writing on 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.”
Amy Duggar, who’s a cousin to Josh, has publicly shamed that side of her family for years. After Josh was found guilty, she said her family “sucks.”