Duggar fans are accusing cousin Amy King of always playing the victim card. They feel that she continues to treat herself as a victim, even when that may not be the true story. So, what did Amy do this time, and what are fans saying about it? Keep reading for all of the details.
In general, Duggar fans don’t love Amy and often call her out for using her family’s fame to her benefit. So, it may not surprise you that she is under fire and her recent actions have fans talking once again. Online, the Duggar cousin is being accused of scamming people and then playing the victim card.
On TikTok, a small business owner named Kass Lynn shared a series of videos about how she was recently “scammed” by Amy. According to Kass, Amy contacted her and asked her to make a personalized tumbler for her son, Daxton.
Rather than paying for the tumbler, Amy wanted to post a picture of it on Instagram to advertise Kass’s business. Though Kass made the item as requested and mailed it to Amy, the Duggar cousin didn’t follow through in posting a photo of it.
You can watch the first part of the story here or below.
This is part two of Kass’s story involving Amy King.
Below, you can watch the third installment.
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Duggar Fans Accuse Amy King Of Always Playing The Victim Card
After Kass shared her side of the story on TikTok, Amy took to her Instagram Stories to share with fans how she’s being “attacked left and right.” In a new post, Amy wrote, “1st day of the year and y’all I’ve been attacked left and right. Which means one thing. The devil is mad bc my heart, social media, and lifestyle encourages others to love Jesus. I hope my page encourages your faith in a huge way this year!”
On Reddit, fans are calling out the Duggar cousin and accusing her of playing the victim card in this tumbler drama. One Reddit user encouraged her to “stop playing the victim.”
Another chimed in, “Stop playing the victim because you are not and stop using your paltry social media followers to try and destroy this woman for your screw-up.”
Many are also laughing at how dramatic Amy’s post sounds. One fan said, “Ah yes, being yelled at about a $35 tumbler is *just the same* as being attacked by the devil. This is totally all part of the devil’s schemes, for sure.”
So, do you agree with the Duggar fans accusing Amy King of playing the victim card? What do you think of the whole tumbler situation? Sound off in the comments section below, and come back to TV Shows Ace for more updates about your favorite shows and stars.