Jessa Duggar SLAMMED Again For Upcoming Gig As Featured Speaker At Women’s Event! Are Josh Duggar’s Recent Scandals To Blame?!

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Things only seem to get worse for The Duggars!

Jessa Duggar probably hoped the drama surrounding her family would’ve died down by the time her next scheduled gig came around — but it seems that is not the case.

ICYMI: Back in July, the reality TV star faced backlash when she was announced as the a speaker at the Birmingham, Alabama Southern Women’s Show. This of course, was mere months following the reveal of older brother Josh Duggar‘s molestation past.

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Whomp, whomp.

The initial reactions were mixed, but eventually died down as the family laid low. Unfortunately, after Josh’s Ashley Madison scandal surfaced earlier this month, the event’s Facebook page has once again faced criticism regarding their choice of Ben Seewald‘s wife as the speaker.

One commenter wrote:

“This whole family is like a bad case of syphilis that just won’t go away.”


Another follower posted:

“She is useless ! And this is silly that you are going to have them there.”

Wow. The 19 Kids and Counting celeb is certainly not getting the love right now!

With all of these harsh comments, we’re curious to see if the pregnant starlet will maintain the format of her scheduled appearance. It’s said that Miz Duggar is slated to participate in a stage appearance, meet-and-greet, autograph signing, and photo opportunity.

This layout leaves a lot of opportunity to be asked pretty intense questions.

One fan already asked online:

“I wonder if Jessa will answer questions about the molestation cover up? Why her husband doesn’t have a job? Why she’s traveling this late in her pregnancy? Does she plan on ‘blanket training’ her son (beating baby until he/she submits to the rod)?”

Inneresting q — and this is just online! We wonder how this will all play out at the actual event in October.

We guess we’ll just have to wait and see!

[Image via Instagram.]

Sep 1, 2015 10:23am PDT

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