Jeremy Vuolo, YouTube, Josh Duggar mugshot (Washington County Sheriff's Office)

Jeremy Vuolo Breaks Silence On Josh Duggar’s Sentencing

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Former Counting On star Jeremy Vuolo is speaking out about his brother-in-law Josh Duggar’s recent sentencing. The Duggar son-in-law has made a bold statement about the situation. Keep reading to get all of the details.

Josh was arrested in the spring of 2021 on child pornography charges. He then went to trial in November and was found guilty in December.

After he was convicted, Jeremy and his wife, Jinger Vuolo, issued a scathing statement.

Now, as of last month, Josh has been sentenced to 151 months (roughly 12-and-a-half years) behind bars.

Jeremy Vuolo, YouTube

For a little while, Jinger and Jeremy have kept quiet about the sentencing. It’s unclear why they waited to issue a statement. But now, he has something to say.

Jeremy Vuolo breaks his silence on his brother-in-law Josh Duggar’s sentencing.

On the evening of Tuesday, June 21, Jeremy finally spoke out about his brother-in-law’s sentencing. He uploaded a new YouTube video and promoted it on his Instagram stories. You can find the video below. It’s about 17 minutes long and features Jeremy sitting in his office in front of a microphone.

In the video, he says, “My brother-in-law will one day stand before the [judgment] of Christ and have to give account for his actions — and I fear for him … If you take advantage of the vulnerable for your gain, you should be terrified.”

Jeremy Vuolo YouTube
Jeremy Vuolo YouTube

Jeremy Vuolo also claims, “Josh’s life has proven to be one of a hypocrite. One life in public, and one life in private.”

He also calls on Josh to  “repent.” He asks him to “embrace the justice of the court.”

The former Counting On star quotes scripture throughout the video, providing biblical reasoning for each point he makes. He states that Josh can be forgiven, though he must be willing to repent. He still believes that Josh’s punishment is fair.

Also in the video, Jeremy Vuolo notes that he hasn’t seen proof of repentance so far. He explains, “True repentance is not asking for lenience, knowing that what he deserves is the eternal punishment of God. True repentance is not concerned with reputation, damage control, or getting off the hook.”

So, what do you think of Jeremy speaking out against his brother-in-law, Josh? Are you glad to see him making a statement? Tell us your thoughts in the comments section below. And come back to TV Shows Ace for more Duggar family updates.

You can watch Jeremy Vuolo’s YouTube video in response to Josh Duggar’s sentencing here.

Aubrey Chorpenning

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