Josh Duggar has been found guilty on all charges in his child pornography case.
In Fayetteville, Arkansas, the former TLC star was convicted today on counts of downloading and possessing child pornography, according to AP News.
Josh Duggar found guilty in child pornography case
When sentenced, Duggar faces up to 20 years in prison and up to $250,000 in fines per charge. Reports say his sentence should be determined in around four months' time.
Duggar was arrested in April 2021 and charged on child pornography he allegedly downloaded and possessed on his computer in 2019.
A federal jury found him guilty on all charges and delivered the verdict after one day. Duggar's legal team plans to appeal the verdict in his case, according to reports.
Duggar, 33, is known for appearing with his family on TLC's reality show 19 Kids and Counting. He is the eldest of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar's children.
The Duggar family's original TV series ended in 2015 after Josh confessed to molesting five girls, including four of his sisters.
The handling of the incident and the family's response sparked a major scandal, but the Duggars still moved on to the show Counting On. It was also cancelled this year after Josh Duggar's arrest.
We hope today's verdict brings solace to those affected by Duggar's actions and the difficult headlines that come with such a case.