Jill Duggar reveals a ‘small goal’ she has set for herself


With the ongoing legal drama of the Duggar family, Jill Duggar Dillard is doing her best to find small ways to cope. The recently canceled star Counting on shared an inspiring update on Instagram, explaining that she had started running. “I’m not a runner. I never was. But I married a runner, so the inspiration is still there!” she wrote in an article with her son, Sam.

“Sam wanted to ride a bike this morning so I slowly ran past him as he rode… and you know what? We came back alive!” she continued. “I continue to set small goals for myself and can’t wait to see improvement.” She then thanked her husband, Derrick Dillard, for his encouragement and asked her Instagram followers what they do to challenge themselves.

The federal lawsuit that Dillard and his sisters Jessa Seewald, Jinger Vuolo and Joy-Anna Duggar filed against the city of Springdale, Arkansas more than four years ago, could finally go to trial in December. The sisters have sued the city and county of Washington, Arkansas, for the release in 2015 of details of the police investigation into sexual assaults by their brother Josh Duggar against young girls between 2002 and 2003. The sisters Case is pending as Josh is now awaiting trial on federal child pornography charges in a separate case.

The trial of the Duggar sisters was scheduled to begin on September 20, but was postponed to December 9. KNWA / KFTA reported in May. They filed a complaint in Fayetteville in May 2017. When asked about sexual assaults involving Josh in 2006 as a minor, they learned that the documents would only be seen by police and home services. ‘childhood. However, Weekly InTouch obtained the 2006 documents through a Freedom of Information Act request and released the details in 2015. The Duggar sisters said they were still “emotionally upset and humiliated” by the release of details of their assaults.

After Weekly InTouch details of police investigation released, TLC canceled 19 children and count, but the network commissioned a follow-up series titled Counting on which initially focused on Jill and Jessa. Counting on ran 11 seasons until it was called off in June following Josh’s arrest. Josh was arrested on April 29 and charged by the federal government with receiving and possessing child pornography. He is now out on bail and his trial is scheduled to begin on November 30. If convicted, Josh faces up to 20 years in prison and up to $ 250,000 in fines on each count.


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