So much to fight around any bushes.
Or cut any words.
Or speaking broadly, mysteriously and / or in any generalizations.
Amy Daggar immediately came out and turned directly to her cousin, writing an open letter to Anna Dagar on Instagram in which she asks and asks the mother of seven to file for divorce.
“Anna, I feel you. No woman wants to be in your place,” Amy wrote next to a photo of her and Anna hugging.
“You are faced with an impossible decision and you are surrounded by the wrong support.
“Since childhood you have been taught that marriage is forever and you have prayed that God will send you a partner.
“You built a life and a family with him. You didn’t choose any of that, and your kids certainly didn’t choose either.”
Amy, of course, refers here to Josh Dagar, who was convicted in December on two counts of sexual abuse of children.
The jury, made up of peers from the former reality star, determined that Josh had uploaded videos and photos of children under the age of 12.
On May 25, he will be sentenced to federal prison, and Amy partially wrote this long message in response to the letter Anna was recently sent to a judge… in which she called her husband a “devoted family man” and asked for a lenient sentence.
Amy noted in the message that “I’m not following you with any harsh love” and assured her cousin that “it’s something that’s just in my heart and I can’t help but express it”.
She then referred to the aforementioned letter, as well as others submitted this spring to a judge who will decide how many years Josh has spent behind bars.
“I cried when I read the letter your father wrote in support of your husband this week,” Amy continued.
“No wonder you don’t know what to do to protect your own children … you’ve obviously never had an example. It’s awful, and I’m sorry about that. “
Throughout Anna has no plans to divorce Josh – despite this belief and despite the fact that Josh admitted his infidelity back in 2015.
He betrayed his wife with women he met on Ashley Madison’s adultery website.
“If no one else in your life says that, I need you to understand that you’re not ashamed to divorce Josh,” Amy said in a note.
“Someday your children will be old enough to realize that this guy is actually their father. You can’t protect them from the truth forever!”
Amy, Jim Bob Dagar’s niece, has been estranged from almost all Dagars for years.
However, she largely avoided the press and attention until Josh was arrested a year ago.
Since then, Amy has not been able to remain silent, given the serious nature of Josh’s crimes and the reaction of his parents and several other loved ones.
At various times Amy considered Josh as “evil” as a “monster” and said he deserved to get final imprisonment of at least 20 years.
Amy continued her message, once again raising Anna’s children as follows:
“I say all this publicly so that when they grow up, they also know that they had family members shouting from the rooftops that they deserve protection all the time.
“Your kids appreciate you so much…
“Please be a role model that they need in their lives.”
Amy, who shares a son named Dax with her husband Dylan, wrote that she and her husband are “more than willing to help” Anna move forward, adding:
“Josh has chosen how the story will remember him. By staying and supporting him, you allow him to choose this for you as well.
“And I know that resisting all of this now seems impossible, but as a mom, your instinct to protect your children should always be stronger than fear.
“The only people you would be upset about by leaving are those who are willing to sacrifice you and the safety of your children to protect Josh and his secrets.”
Anna and Josh were married in 2008 and have seven children:
McKinsey (born October 2009), Michael (June 2011), Marcus (June 2013), Meredith (July 2015), Mason (September 2017) and Mariela (November 2019) Madison Lily (born October 2021).
Anna Dugar said almost nothing in public after her husband was taken into custody, but a number of publications have just received a letter she wrote to the aforementioned judge in March.
“My children and I are counting on Joshua for financial, emotional and physical support. Many others also depend on Joshua, ”it said.
“Joshua sees in people the best and is willing to go along with them to help make their dreams come true.”
From her side, Amy was furious on Twitter in response to these words of Anna, not to mention similar words of support from Michelle Daggar.
“First of all, Josh is funny, charismatic, kind and everything that my aunt listed in the letter,” she wrote last week on social media.
“But there’s a sinister side: the side of it from which your skin crawls.
“You can’t ignore what he did many years ago and what he was caught in the eye on! Are they misleading?”