Joy-Anna Duggar 'unlikes' nasty comment accusing sister Jill of 'airing dirty laundry' after they finally reconcile

COUNTING On star Joy-Anna Duggar un-liked a mean comment accusing her sister Jill of "airing dirty laundry" after they finally reconciled.

Jill is one of the few family members who has strayed away from her parents' strict rules, as she's made her own life.

It all kicked off after the DuggarBates Confessions Instagram account shared a post that read: "I realize Jill Duggar needs to distance herself from the family for mental health reasons, but I don’t understand why they need to make their issues with the family public.

"Speaking out against them publicly will burn more bridges between them. They say they want to repair their relationship one day, but their actions don’t reflect that.

"If I have an issue with my family, I deal with it privately and I certainly don’t bank on it by going to media outlets and YouTube to air out the dirty laundry."

It concluded: "It’s not very Christian if you ask me. I get the sense that Jill and Derrick need money, and this is an easy route to get that money.”

Joy-Anna, 23, seemed to like the original comment, however, she's now has taken a big step back, as she took back her "like."

The account made a separate post, this time it read: "I find it suspicious that Joy seems to have unliked the confession about Jill."

The sisters recently both attended their brother Justin's wedding, as Jill and her husband, Derick Dillard, left their two kids behind to spend some time at the special event in Texas.

Jill, 29, and her younger sister may have had a heart-to-heart at the wedding, as soon after Joy-Anna shared some sweet throwbacks with her sisters – including Jill.

Joy-Anna posted montage of photos of her with sisters Jessa, Jana, Jinger, and Jill as children on her Instagram Stories.

"The good ole days. Love you all, " she wrote alongside a love heart emoji.

Jill and Derick have distanced themselves from the show and the fundamentalist family in recent years.

The pair, who share two sons, once told People why they decided to quit Counting On in 2017.

Jill explained: "Our control to choose what jobs we were allowed to accept and even where we were allowed to live was taken away from us."

Derick added to his wife's comments: "The first few years of our marriage, we spent time and money working towards opportunities only to hit a dead end when we'd be told, 'Well, you're not allowed to do that.'"

Jill then revealed how her decision to quit "didn't go over very well with anyone."

The ex reality star said: "By that point, we'd had enough. We knew we had to pull out completely to reevaluate and get our bearings."

Jill has continued to rebel against her parents Jim Bob and Michelle's rules, as she recently revealed she uses birth control – despite her folks forbidding the prevention of pregnancy within a marriage.

She also claimed she and Derick once had sex four times in one day.

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