Counting On fans think Josh Duggar's wife Anna looks 'pissed' after court on second day of child pornography trial

COUNTING On fans think Josh Duggar's wife Anna looked "pissed" as they left court on the second day of his child pornography trial.

Anna, 33, had rushed out of the courtroom earlier on Wednesday to avoid seeing disturbing graphic images and videos being shown to the jury.

And fans believe the mother-of-seven looked tense and strained as she left court with Josh, 33, later that day.

Anna – who recently welcomed their seventh child – held hands with Josh as they strode past cameras, with both of them wearing face masks.

One user wrote on Reddit: "Anna looks seriously pissed. After everything she heard, she's probably looking for a way out and I don't blame her."

Another agreed: "Jeez they look tense. Josh's eyes keep darting to the cameras and away."

"Anna's just realized there's no way Josh is going to win this thing and she's going to be a single mom to seven kids. Poor woman," a third user speculated.

Josh's trial is taking place in Fayetteville, Arkansas for charges stemming from his April 2021 arrest.

The former Counting On star faces up to 20 years in prison if found guilty.

Anna left early on Wednesday, right after hearing the prosecution’s graphic statement about the allegations against Josh.

The mother-of-seven rushed out just before the jury was forced to look at some of the graphic child pornography videos and images.

Before hurrying out, Anna and Josh had walked into the courtroom together, hugging when they had to part ways.

She sat in the first row, while he made his way to the front.

When a court clerk had asked how she was doing, she simply responded, “Good,” while her husband was in good spirits by laughing and joking around with the clerk.


Anna’s mood quickly changed after hearing the disturbing statements that started off the latest day of the trial, and she made sure to leave before the explicit footage could be shown.

Detective Kalmer explained to the court that on May 14, 2019, she made a connection with an IP address in Springdale, Arkansas that was downloading child sexual abuse materials.

She explained that her computer made contact with the same address on May 15.

Detective Kalmer was also able to view files downloaded on May 16, although the download was incomplete.

As the detective continued to testify, she detailed a video file that was downloaded before showing some of that video on screen to the court, according to a Sun reporter at the trial.

(Please be advised, the video and images to be described were very graphic.)


The video showed abuse of two young females, portrayed naked, being penetrated by an adult male.

There were also 65 still images of a seven to eight-year-old girl posing nude.

The video and images shown to the courtroom on Wednesday made the jurors look "uncomfortable," according to a Sun reporter at the scene.

Josh has pleaded not guilty to two child pornography counts.

He was arrested in April on child pornography charges in what was said to be "the worst of the worst" that authorities had ever seen.

Homeland Security special agent Gerald Faulkner said in May that downloads made from a specific file were "in the top five of the worst of the worst that I've ever had to examine.”

Amid all of the chaos, his wife Anna welcomed their seventh child, a daughter they named Madyson.

He has had unlimited access to his children with Anna present.

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