Josh Duggar Already HATED by Fellow Inmates!
Over the Fourth of July weekend, we reported about leaked audio of inmates trash-talking Josh Duggar.
Obviously, many people have spoken ill of the disgraced former reality star for years.
However, this is another matter entirely.
Some of these people are dangerous, and may have real physical access to Josh over the next 12 years.
Over the weekend, we offered a tentative report about how Josh’s fellow inmates feel, per an alleged audio recording.
Let’s face it: while some sites are extremely reputable, anyone can fabricate alleged quotes from prisoners.
However … the audio is now publicly available, and it does not paint a pretty picture for Josh’s future.
There are many deplorable things about Josh Duggar — too many to list, in fact.
But some things make him a potential target behind bars.
The “alleged” leaked recording of inmates speaking ill of Josh is no longer just a rumor.
You can hear that audio recording here.
The transcript is admittedly a bit faster and easier to understand, and it does not bode well for Josh.
As if to make sure that Josh would never be popular among inmates, prison authorities forced them to clean.
The goal was to tidy things up before a “celebrity” inmate arrived.
“They wanted us to come in and make the place look all clean and s–t before he got here,” one griped.
“We didn’t know what f–k it was,” the inmate admitted.
“I heard about that dude when I was at my last spot,” another chimed in.
“When the s–t hit the fan, and the show got canceled,” an inmate described.
He continued: “All that crazy s–t because of him.”
The inmate remarked: “I said, ‘It would be crazy being in a unit with somebody like that.”
“My buddy, at that spot, told me he was in the place that Michael Vick was in, the football player,” the inmate noted.
This federal prison has seen other famous men whose evil deeds landed them behind bars. Josh is not unique.
“You would think with that being a reality show that they wouldn’t have canceled it… that’s reality,” one quipped.
Another argued: “The thing is reality isn’t really reality!”
“It is all scripted,” alleged another. Notably, this is seldom true, but a few shows have had scandals along those lines.
“Did you see him?” one inmate asked as Josh first entered the prison where he will spend the next 12 years.
Another asked: “Did you see the Duggar? Do you really think it’s him though?”
“I don’t know what he looks like,” admitted another inmate. “But everybody is saying it’s him. Everybody.”
A very sarcastic voice then declares that the inmates are “amongst another … celebrity!”
“I am going to get his autograph, I am,” the inmate joked.
“I know he is going to be here a long time,” the prisoner noted. “He is up there talking to (unknown inmate) right now.”
“He probably got 25 years,” one estimated.
“Fifteen,” another said.
“Fifteen? I got 25 years for it?!” a criminal demanded to know. Well, we know what that guy’s in for. Yikes.
“Different judge,” suggested one of his neighbors.
“His dad is a politician,” another pointed out, referring to Jim Bob’s failed political career.
The inmate serving a 25-year-sentence griped: “My lawyer was a piece of s–t.”
For a recording like this to leak from federal prison is actually a genuine scandal.
We are certain that investigators within and without the prison will make efforts to discover the leak.
Meanwhile, Josh’s fellow inmates know who he is and what he’s in for. He’s not going to make friends easily.