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Duggar Family News, Updates: Derick Dillard Might Have Hinted On Jill Already Giving Birth; Duggar Sisters Receive Backlash On Josh's Lawsuit

By Donna Marie Lapena Padua , Jul 05, 2017 05:37 AM EDT
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The Duggars can't hide even the tiniest details of their lives as their followers are persistent in finding clues to unfold their secrets. Jill Dillard's exact due date is what fans want to learn from "Counting On" but it seems that Derick has given a hint that his wife might have already given birth.

Derick's post of a throwback picture of him and son Israel when he was welcomed to the world in 2015 had a lot of Duggar fans screaming. Speculations then are rife that the Duggar husband might have just given a clue on Jill's due date which has remained secret throughout the pregnancy. The photo has deceived so many of their followers who commented on social media that they thought it was time to celebrate another addition to the huge family.

Jill and Derick Dillard have not revealed their due as they are reserving the special announcement for one of the episodes of "Counting On's" new season. However, in an interview, Jill confirmed that she is about to deliver this July. She has not specified though the exact date their doctor has given them. Their baby's gender has likewise remained under the wraps until they confirmed on "Counting On" July 3 episode that they are expecting another baby boy which they are naming Samuel.

While the Duggar family has a couple of things to celebrate about like the upcoming wedding of Joseph and Kendra and Joy-Anna and Austin's fresh marriage, there are also real issues testing them like Josh's recent lawsuit. The complaint filed by a DJ, whose identity was used by Josh Duggar in his cheating site accounts, reopened the family's dark past on incest.

Jill Dillard, Jessa Seewald, Jinger Vuolo and Joy-Anna Forsyth then thought their rights for child abuse victim's privacy were violated. Following this, the sisters filed a suit against the Arkansas and Washington County police for publicizing their brother's records and naming them as victims. While they admitted to the molestation, they defended Josh for the accusation of being a pedophile, saying what happened was just a mild incest.

Although the sisters received support from their followers, the people are otherwise disagreeing that the Duggars should demand monetary damages. Critics say the financial settlement is making their cause cheapened and questionable with some others even saying Josh does not deserve to get compensation for molesting his own sisters.

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