Josh Duggar jokes with brothers in younger sibling Justin’s wedding video just WEEKS before child pornography arrest

JOSH Duggar joked with his brothers in his younger sibling Justin's wedding video just WEEKS before his child pornography arrest.

The reality star, 33, was arrested and charged with possessing and receiving child pornography in April 2021.

Justin, 18, and Claire Spivey, 19, tied the knot at a ceremony in front of friends and family in Texas on February 26.

The pair – who got engaged in November 2020 after meeting earlier in the year – have recently shared their wedding highlights on their YouTube channel.

Many of his brothers and sisters, including Josh, attended their special day.

In one clip from their new post, the political activist can be seen throwing Justin up in the air to celebrate his brother getting hitched.

Meanwhile in another, Josh can be seen posting for a family photo in front of the church.

Then on April 29, 2021, The Sun exclusively revealed that Josh had been arrested and charged with possessing and receiving child pornography. 

The bombshell bust came just six years after claims the shamed ex-reality star molested five girls as a teen.

Earlier this week, he missed the chance to take plea deal, as he faces 20 years behind bars in child pornography case.

According to the Pretrial Scheduling Order, Josh had until October 18 to accept a plea agreement and change his non-guilty plea. 

On October 19, The Sun exclusively revealed that no change of plea had been filed.

The ex reality star pleaded not guilty to the two child pornography counts and will face the court on November 30 at trial.

It has been said that the trial could last until December 3. 

Josh shot to fame in 2004 on TLC's  19 Kids and Counting with his parents Jim Bob, Michelle Duggar and his 18 siblings.

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