Loyal Duggar fans are not going to like this when they hear it. Apparently, there's a new report that suggests the Duggars might have faked their way back on to the small screen as their new spin-off show, Jill and Jessa: Counting On might be scripted.
According to reports on Wednesday, one Arkansas native claims that he was picked to play a role of a man that was interested in buying a car from the Duggar family. Although he is yet to be identified, sources say that a man named Eric who works on the Duggars' production team invited him to take part in the show.
"A friend of mine works on the crew and invited me to play the role of 'guy who wants to buy car,'" Eric wrote under a screen grab from the episode.
In fact, Eric was seen as someone who was interested in buying one of the cars that the Duggar brothers "flipped."
This isn't the first time that the Duggars have been accused of faking their scenes, of course. Back in 2015, the reality television stars filmed a scene in which they were shown donating food to the poor. Unfortunately, eyewitnesses claim one of the Duggar brothers took the boxes of food back into their car once the camera crew stopped filming.
So far the Duggars haven't made any comments about the claims.
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