JINGER Duggar has broken her social media silence as she posted a new photo with her husband, Jeremy Vuolo.
This comes just days before her brother, Josh’s, prison sentencing.
Jinger reshared an Instagram story that Jeremy posted.
The photo showed a stadium filled with people as a soccer game played out on the field.
“@weareangelcity game was insane,” he captioned the photo, ending it with a fire emoji.
The 28-year-old most likely agreed as she reshared the story and added a ‘100’ emoji.
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Jinger hasn’t posted on her story for a while and her last post was on May 11.
The post was about how proud of Jeremy she was for graduating and getting his Master’s Degree.
She had flaunted her legs in a red dress and sexy heels for his celebration, and her father Jim Bob has now confronted her about her choice of style.
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The silence comes as the family awaits Josh’s verdict.
Josh, 34, was found guilty of possessing and receiving child pornography on December 9 and will be sentenced for the crimes on May 25.
His wife and mother, along with other family members and friends, helped support his lenient request by writing letters to judge Timothy L. Brooks.
The Sun can exclusively reveal that prosecution has responded to the request by slamming his loved ones’ support of the fallen son.
Throughout the trial, his wife, Amy was outspoken in her opposition of Josh, calling on other members of the family to follow suit.
Amid the court case, Jinger and Jeremy have been distant from her family, particularly her parents.
Jim Bob and Michelle slammed her “sexy style” after she has defied the dress code numerous times.
The Sun can exclusively reveal unsealed court papers from the case, which has been dismissed by an Arkansas judge, where Jinger’s husband Jeremy reveals they are now “distant” from Jim Bob and Michelle.
In Jeremy’s deposition taken on May 26, 2021, he was asked about their relationship with the Duggar family today.
He was asked: “Has there been more distance? And obviously, there’s more physical distance since you moved to California. Is there more emotional distance between Jinger and her parents than there was before you moved to California?”
The pastor responded: “There – perhaps. I think, though, diagnosing that would be difficult.
“I think as you grow and have your own family, kids, and life – you know, you go from, like, seeing everyone every day to talking to everyone every day to, you know.”
This past February, The Sun exclusively revealed the Duggar sisters had their lawsuit against police dismissed.
A judge said they failed to prove cops caused them “emotional distress” by leaking a molestation report.
Jessa, Jill, Jinger, and Joy-Anna had legally challenged local authorities over a leaked police report claiming their disgraced brother molested minors in the family home.
The Sun can exclusively reveal that the judge in the Arkansas federal case against the local authorities was dismissed with prejudice after the settlement conference was canceled ahead of the decision.
The judge ruled that the local authorities did not intend to inflict emotional distress and that they were even attempting to conceal the alleged victims’ identities by redacting the police report before it was released to the media.
Jill and Jessa came forward as two of the alleged victims in an interview with Megyn Kelly, where they insisted they had forgiven Josh, who was never charged, for his wrongdoings.
Jinger and Jeremy were at the game together and with friends.
Counting On, the family’s show was canceled after Josh’s arrest.