Now that the Duggar family is no longer cashing in on those TLC paychecks, it looks like they are having a hard time making ends meet. There's a new report that suggests the former 19 Kids & Counting stars are close to becoming "dirt poor" as they are begging their fans for spare change to help feed their family.
According to Star Magazine on Monday, things have gone from bad to worse for the Duggars as they are struggling to pay their bills now that no one wants to work with them. The family suffered a major blow when news outlets reported that their son Josh Duggar was accused of sexually molesting for of his sisters when he was a teenager. To make things worse, he also cheated on his wife Anna Duggar with an Ashley Madison account, too.
The site says that the family has lost $25 million in income after TLC pulled the plug on their reality show along with endorsement deals, sponsorships, speaking engagements and additional royalties.
The report also claims that the Duggars are basically "begging" their fans to send them money through their social media outlets, including their YouTube account where they say that "every contribution is helpful, big or small" so the family can continue creating "fresh quality content" for their fans.
What's more, when fans began complaining about the contribution requests, the "donate button" on their official family website was promptly removed. So far, the Duggar family has not made any comments about their financial crisis.
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