Josh Duggar could soon be providing an alibi in his child pornography case. However, it’s unclear if he has one. Over the past few months, more details about this disturbing case have surfaced. The information revealed so far has the public believing that Josh is guilty, but he claims he’s innocent. So, we will have to wait a little while longer to find out the truth.
For those who don’t know, Josh was arrested for the possession of child pornography earlier this year. This case was over a year in the making, and the feds were the ones who arrested the former TLC star. Fans and critics believe this means the whole scandal is pretty serious. However, since his arrest, the family is reportedly carrying on with their normal lives. One source even said that Jim Bob Duggar, Josh’s father, wants to sweep this under the rug.
Josh Duggar Must Provide Alibi
Josh’s legal team is building his defense, and now, they are being asked to provide an alibi, according to a report from The Sun. The court order states that the Duggar son must reveal “any intended alibi defense and that such notice include each specific place where the Defendant claims to have been at the time of the alleged offense.”
Specifically, the former 19 Kids & Counting star needs an alibi “on or about May 14, 2019 through May 16, 2019, between approximately 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. each day at Wholesale Motors in Tontitown, Arkansas.”
The court requests “the name, address and telephone number of each alibi witness on whom the Defendant intends to rely.”
Witness Accessed Car Lot Internet
Others at the car lot had access to the property’s internet, so they could have accessed the explicit material rather than Josh. However, two witnesses have been interviewed. Per the court papers:
“Witness #1 admitted to investigators he worked at the Car Lot at various times and that, on several occasions, he even stayed at the Car Lot overnight without Duggar’s knowledge or permission. Witness #1 admitted to viewing adult pornography through websites he accessed through the internet on his cellular phone and, when asked by these federal agents, denied viewing child pornography.”
At this point, it’s unclear what alibi Josh will come up with and whether it will work out. But the trial is slated for November 30, so we won’t have to wait too much longer to learn more about what’s going on.
So, what do you think Josh Duggar will provide as far as an alibi goes? Do you think this will work out in his favor, or do you think he will lose the trial? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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