Joy-Anna Duggar reveals Thanksgiving plans with husband Austin Forsyth's family before Josh's child pornography trial

JOY-ANNA Duggar has revealed she's ditching her family this Thanksgiving to spend it with her husband Austin Forsyth's clan.

The Counting On alum, 24, will ring in the holiday with her in-laws – just days before her brother Josh's child pornography trial starts.


Joy-Anna said on her Instagram Stories: "We're also having a handstand competition for our family Thanksgiving down in Texas this year.

"And so we've been trying to work on our handstands and exercises every day. Yeah, Austin's family is crazy."

The TLC star – who fans are convinced is pregnant – has two children with Austin: son Gideon, three, and daughter Evelyn, one.

She has been keeping a low profile in the run-up to her older brother Josh's trial.

JOSH'S TRIAL

The trial is scheduled for November 30, following his April 2021 arrest for receiving and possessing child pornography. 

The disgraced reality star pleaded not guilty to the two child pornography counts. It has been said that the trial could last until December 3. 

The Sun exclusively revealed from court papers that the state plans to use his past molestation scandal, which he was never charged for, at the trial and is asking the court for permission.

In 2015, a police report was published that revealed his dad Jim Bob confessed to local authorities that Josh fondled the breasts and genitals of five young girls while they were asleep in the family home back in 2006. 

The state plans to use the police report at trial, as it shows his alleged “sexual interest in young girls.”

Josh is on home confinement until his trial and is living with third party custodians LaCount and Maria Reber, who are longtime friends of the Duggar family.

WIFE'S SUPPORT

He has unlimited access to his six children with pregnant wife Anna present.

Anna was accused of "smirking" as she left court with Josh back in September.

The Sun exclusively revealed that she "is convinced Josh will soon be free and able to raise his kids".

A source has since told The Sun exclusively that Anna is "extremely confident" her husband will not be jailed – and hopes he will be able to be present at the birth of their seventh child in coming weeks.

"Anna is convinced Josh will be a free man soon and be able to raise their kids, she should be worried she's going to be alone with seven children, but she isn't," they said.



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