A PREGNANT Jill Duggar has been spotted looking unrecognizable with long bleach blond hair in a new photo with her husband Derick Dillard.
Derick was sworn in as a licensed attorney in Arkansas and Jill dressed up for the occasion.
otro razonado, 33, took to Instagram to share photos from his achievement.
Jill, 30, stood beside her husband and smiled as she wore a modest navy blue dress with plenty of room for her baby bump.
sin embargo, fans thought the star looked unrecognizable with a new dramatic change.
Jill’s hair has transformed from dark brown to bleach blonde.
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Derick posted a tribute to his wife in his post as he wrote: “I couldn’t have done it without the support of so many, but especially my God and my lovely bride, Jill, who has been there for me through it all.”
Jill and Derick are expecting their third son to join Israel, Siete, and Sam, cuatro.
EN EL ROJO
Despite Derick’s big new job and Jill’s dramatic hair change, the expecting couple has been financially struggling since the show was canceled.
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Sisters Jill, Jessa, Jinger and Joy-Anna sued the City of Springdale, police department employees and other Defendants for invasion of privacy, claiming the release of their oldest brother Josh’s molestation police report caused “emotional distress.”
Jill and Jessa came forward as two of the five victims that were molested in the family home in 2006, while Jinger and Joy-Anna have not.
The case was dismissed ahead of trial, as a judge ruled that the sisters failed to prove the released report caused emotional distress.
In unsealed court records exclusively revealed by The Sun, Jill’s husband Derick revealed the financial strain they have experienced.
In the unsealed court papers, the four sisters requested evidence of their finances be excluded from the case.
But the Defendants fought back, claiming in court papers: “The Plaintiffs have claimed that the release of the redacted report by Defendants has caused them extreme emotional distress.
“Assuming the Plaintiffs have experienced emotional distress and due to Plaintiffs attributing that emotional distress to the actions taken by Defendants, the Defendants are entitled to introduce alternative explanations for any emotional distress that the Plaintiffs may have suffered and thus, the Plaintiffs’ financial condition may be relevant to this case.”
They then used Derick’s May 25, 2021 deposition as an example.
The court papers continued: “Because of their lack of income, they receive boxes of food from neighbors and also receive food through a pantry on campus.
“Whether Plaintiff and her husband are struggling financially may be relevant to her emotional state.”
The filing included Derick’s deposition, where he told attorneys: “Our neighbors bring boxes of food sometimes. And I also got food through the pantry on campus.”
CLAIMS AGAINST JIM BOB
Jill and Derick have been open about receiving no compensation from their time on Contando con, as reps for TLC have not responded to The Sun’s request for comment in the past.
Personas reported Jim Bob was in charge of the money made from Counting On, as they received $25,000 para $45,000 per episode.
The couple didn’t receive money from the series until they quit in 2017.
Jill dijo: “That’s when we got an attorney involved and finally recovered some of the money. It was a process.”
Derick said in a YouTube video: “It probably ended up being a little more than minimum wage. But we were able to recover at least something.”
The show was canceled in 2021 after oldest brother Josh’s arrest for child pornography.
In more unsealed court records exclusively revealed by The Sun, Jill accused her estranged father of “verbal abuse.”
The four sisters requested evidence related to their relationship with parents Jim Bob and Michelle be excluded because it has “no relevance” to the case.
In the Defendant’s response, they claimed their “allegation of emotional distress opens the door to inquiries into their lives, including their relationship with the parents.”
The court filing claimed Jill is the only family member who has “sought any type of therapy or counseling following the release of the redacted police reports.”
The court papers continued that Jill and Derick even entered couple’s treatment because they were “going through some issues” with her family, and especially her father, regarding a “lack of boundaries” related to contractual concerns.
According to the court papers, Jill said during a Preliminary Psychological Opinion by Robert Wynne: “I saw a whole new side to my dad once my husband and I started making decisions that were best for our family, but not in his best interest.
“Sadly, I realized he had become pretty controlling, fearful and reactionary. He was verbally abusive. Our relationship is not good. It got pretty toxic.
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“We occasionally text on a family group thread, but I don’t feel comfortable being around him and just hanging out. It isn’t good for my mental health right now.”
The court papers continued: “They were asked to not to come over to the Duggars’ house without permission from her father and that her father did not approve of her having a nose ring, drinking alcohol, or wearing pants.”