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New footage shows reality TV star Josh Duggar inside an Arkansas jail, after he was arrested on charges of receiving and possessing child pornography. 

The 33-year-old pleaded not guilty to the federal charges on Friday during a virtual court hearing, during which was ordered to live with a third party with no children if he is granted bond.  

Duggar was taken into custody in Springdale, Arkansas a day earlier after turning himself in.

Footage from inside the Washington County sheriff's office shows Duggar entering in a white shirt and jeans, wrists handcuffed in front of him. 

Josh Duggar, 33, was seen inside Washington County jail in Arkansas shortly after his arrest

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Josh Duggar, 33, was seen inside Washington County jail in Arkansas shortly after his arrest

Duggar, soon to be a father for the seventh time, was arrested on child pornography charges

Duggar, soon to be a father for the seventh time, was arrested on child pornography charges

Duggar starred in the hit reality TV show about his large family, 19 Kids And Counting

Duggar starred in the hit reality TV show about his large family, 19 Kids And Counting

Another angle shows the sheriffs removing the handcuffs, and Duggar walking to a bench where he sits down, awaiting booking.

According to the indictment, he is alleged to have downloaded child sexual abuse material online in May 2019. Some of the child pornography material he is accused of possessing shows children under the age of 12.  

If convicted, Duggar faces up to 20 years in prison.

His arrest followed a Homeland Security raid on his now-closed car dealership, Wholesale Motorcars, in Springdale, Arkansas back in November 2019. He was not charged at the time. 

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His parents, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, issued a statement on Friday saying they were praying for their son and pregnant daughter-in-law. 

Sheriffs removed the handcuffs in a second clip, and Duggar walked to sit on a bench

Sheriffs removed the handcuffs in a second clip, and Duggar walked to sit on a bench

Duggar then sat on the bench, awaiting processing inside the sheriff's office

Duggar then sat on the bench, awaiting processing inside the sheriff's office

Josh and his wife Anna with their children Mackenzie, 11, Michael, nine, Marcus, seven, Meredith, five, Mason, three, and Maryella, one, in 2019

Josh and his wife Anna with their children Mackenzie, 11, Michael, nine, Marcus, seven, Meredith, five, Mason, three, and Maryella, one, in 2019

'The accusations brought against Joshua today are very serious,' they said.  

'It is our prayer that the truth, no matter what it is, will come to light, and that this will all be resolved in a timely manner. We love Josh and Anna and continue to pray for their family.' 

Duggar's sister, Jinger Vuolo, posted a statement on Instagram: 'We are disturbed to hear of the charges against Josh. 

'While this case must go through the legal system, we want to make it clear that we absolutely condemn any form of child abuse and fully support the authorities and judicial process in their pursuit of justice.' 

The arrest marks Duggar's latest brush with the law after his father, Jim Bob, admitted to police in 2006 that his son had molested five young girls over multiple occasions back when he was 14 and 15. 

Four of the girls were his sisters but he was never criminally charged. He spent several months in a Christian rehab facility where he was treated for a sex addiction.  

His parents, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, issued a statement on Friday, saying: 'The accusations brought against Joshua today are very serious'

His parents, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, issued a statement on Friday, saying: 'The accusations brought against Joshua today are very serious'

Duggar's sister, Jinger Vuolo, posted a statement on Instagram saying she was 'disturbed to hear of the charges against Josh'

Duggar's sister, Jinger Vuolo, posted a statement on Instagram saying she was 'disturbed to hear of the charges against Josh'

His arrest followed a Homeland Security raid on his now-closed car dealership, Wholesale Motorcars, in Springdale, Arkansas back in November 2019. He was not charged at the time

His arrest followed a Homeland Security raid on his now-closed car dealership, Wholesale Motorcars, in Springdale, Arkansas back in November 2019. He was not charged at the time

He was sued by a porn star in 2015 for allegedly assaulting her during sex but the lawsuit was later dropped. 

Duggar is also currently in the midst of a separate legal battle after a civil lawsuit was filed against him for real estate fraud.  

His arrest on the latest charges came just days after he and his wife Anna announced they were expecting their seventh child. 

Anna shared the news to Instagram on Saturday with a video of herself and her husband hugging in a field with all six of their kids running toward the camera.

The announcement doubled as a gender reveal, as pink confetti came out of a clear umbrella that the couple - who are both 33 - was holding over their heads. 

Prior to the charges being formally announced, a source told The Sun that his wife was 'standing by' him and accompanied him to the police station. 

'Anna is standing by her husband as she always has,' the source said. 

'Josh and Anna asked the family to pray for them, and said that they love them.'

Duggar and Anna in 2015. His arrest Thursday comes just days after they announced they were expecting their seventh child

Duggar and Anna in 2015. His arrest Thursday comes just days after they announced they were expecting their seventh child

The couple's announcement on Instagram three days earlier that they are expecting another child. 'It's a GIRL!!!!!' the caption for the clip began

The couple's announcement on Instagram three days earlier that they are expecting another child. 'It's a GIRL!!!!!' the caption for the clip began

Duggar is the eldest of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar's 19 children who all shot to fame on the reality series 19 Kids and Counting that followed the devout Baptist family from 2008 to 2015. 

The show was axed that year by TLC after allegations emerged that Duggar had molested five young girls.  

According to a 2006 police report unearthed by InTouch Weekly in 2015, Josh's behavior was first discovered in March of 2002, when one of his youngest sisters went to Jim Bob 'very upset and crying' saying he had been sneaking into their room.

Josh then admitted to Jim Bob that he had been touching his sisters when they were sleep. 

According to a 33-page police report of the incident, four of the five underage girls were his sisters. 

Duggar was allegedly disciplined at home but the sexual abuse continued into the following year with multiple other incidents, some of which happened when his sisters and a babysitter were awake. 

Jim Bob and Michelle, however, did not initially go to the police and kept the molestation allegations - and Josh's confessions - a secret until a tip was made to the Arkansas State Police Child Abuse Hotline about Josh's behavior and forced their hand.

Finally speaking to police on December 12, 2006, Jim Bob said when he learned about what his son was doing, he 'met with the elders of his church and told them what was going on.'

Jim Bob and Michelle told the local police that Josh had 'apologized' to his victims and said they had 'forgiven' him.   

Duggar is the eldest of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar's 19 children who all shot to fame on the reality series 19 Kids and Counting that followed the devout Baptist family from 2008 to 2015

Duggar is the eldest of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar's 19 children who all shot to fame on the reality series 19 Kids and Counting that followed the devout Baptist family from 2008 to 2015 

The Duggar family in 2014. The reality show was axed in 2015 when it emerged father Jim Bob had reported son Josh Duggar to authorities for molesting young girls in 2002. Two of Duggar's sisters later said they were victims

The Duggar family in 2014. The reality show was axed in 2015 when it emerged father Jim Bob had reported son Josh Duggar to authorities for molesting young girls in 2002. Two of Duggar's sisters later said they were victims 

Duggar was sent to the Institute in Basic Life Principles Training Center in Little Rock, Arkansas in 2003 for treatment. 

It later emerged that the institute's founder, Bill Gothard, was accused of sexually harassing or assaulting 34 women in 2014 and resigned shortly afterward. 

Duggar's sisters, Jessa and Jill Duggar, have since claimed they were two of their brother's alleged victims. 

Duggar's wife Anna and family all stood by him after the sex abuse scandal emerged, with Jessa and Jill saying they had forgiven him.  

He also issued a public apology addressing the claims saying: 'Twelve years ago, as a young teenager, I acted inexcusably for which I am extremely sorry and deeply regret. I hurt others, including my family and close friends.' 

Just months later, Duggar was rocked by another scandal when it was revealed that he had an account on Ashley Madison - the cheating website for married men. 

He released yet another statement apologizing for cheating on his wife, saying: 'I have been the biggest hypocrite ever. While espousing faith and family values, I have secretly over the last several years been viewing pornography on the Internet and this has become a secret addiction and I became unfaithful to my wife.' 

Inside Josh Duggar's controversial past: How 33-year-old Christian who starred on a TLC reality show with his 18 siblings confessed to molesting his own SISTERS, went to Christian rehab for sex addiction

Former 19 Kids and Counting star Josh Duggar pleaded not guilty today to federal charges of receiving and possessing child pornography — a not-so-shocking development that comes six years after revelations that he had sexually abused five minors, including four of his younger sisters, back when he was a teenager.

The 33-year-old Arkansas native has certainly seen a startling fall from grace since his family rose to fame on TLC, where cameras documented their lives as an exceptionally large fundamentalist Christian family who followed a religious homeschool curriculum, dressed modestly, and eschewed contact with the opposite sex before marriage.

Now Josh — whose wife Anna, 33, is currently pregnant with their seventh child — will face trial for 'downloading child sex abuse material in 2019,' marking the first time he has been charged with a crime despite formerly confessing to molesting his siblings.

Josh and his wife Anna are expecting baby number seven and already have Mackenzie, 11, Michael, nine, Marcus, seven, Meredith, five, Mason, three, and Maryella, one

Josh and his wife Anna are expecting baby number seven and already have Mackenzie, 11, Michael, nine, Marcus, seven, Meredith, five, Mason, three, and Maryella, one

The Duggar family's first brush with fame came in 2004, when parents Jim Bob and Michelle — and their then 14 children — appeared in their first television special, 14 Children and Pregnant Again, on the Discovery Health Channel. 

The Duggars projected a wholesome image, and soon starred in three more TV specials that aired in 2006 and 2007. 

In 2008, TLC premiered 17 Kids and Counting, which would go on to be renamed twice to account for the births of the youngest Duggar kids: Jennifer, Jordyn, and Josie.

During the specials and early episodes of the show, the Duggars shared details about their modesty standards and the strict rules they followed governing male and female behavior.

Girls and women in the family were expected to cover up most of their skin, dressing exclusively in and skirts and layering extra shirts under tops that dipped to low. 

In one episode, Michelle even had TLC blur her knees when they appeared on camera. In another, Jennifer — who was five or six years old at the time — was told by Jim Bob that her knee-length Hello Kitty dress, worn with tights, was too short and she needed to change.

The Duggar family starred in their first TV special in 2004 and went on to have three more — and their own TV show, 19 Kids and Counting

The Duggar family starred in their first TV special in 2004 and went on to have three more — and their own TV show, 19 Kids and Counting

But even as they rose to fame as a 'wholesome' Christian family, they were hiding the secret that Josh had molested five minors

But even as they rose to fame as a 'wholesome' Christian family, they were hiding the secret that Josh had molested five minors

Jim Bob and Michelle sent him for Christian counseling and didn't talk to police about it until an anonymous tip forced their hand

Jim Bob and Michelle sent him for Christian counseling and didn't talk to police about it until an anonymous tip forced their hand

They shared a family code word, 'Nike,' which would be uttered in the presence of an immodestly dressed woman — or an image of an immodestly dressed woman — to notify the boys to look down at their shoes.

Joy Anna, then just a little girl herself, demonstrated how it was her responsibility to cover the television screen to protect her brothers from seeing immodestly

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