ANNA Duggar was majorly snubbed by her in-laws after she announced the birth of her seventh child, daughter Madyson, with her husband Josh.
Some family members have been putting a bit of distance between themselves and Anna after Josh was arrested earlier this year on child pornography charges.
The Counting On couple announced their pregnancy on April 23, just days before his arrest.
This week, Anna shared that she recently gave birth to the pair's seventh child, celebrating the baby's arrival with a sweet photo of the little girl.
The TV personality captioned her Instagram post: "Meet little Madyson Lily Duggar," with a pink heart emoji.
While Anna was happy to share the news with everyone, not all of her Duggar in-laws felt like joining in on the celebration.
Sisters-in-law Jessa, Jill, and Jinger all snubbed Anna and didn’t comment on her announcement to congratulate her.
They didn’t acknowledge their new niece on social media as they continue to distance themselves from this part of their family amid Josh’s scandal.
Though the Duggar family is large, the main ones who sent some love were patriarch and matriarch Jim Bob and Michelle, who re-shared the image of Madyson on their Instagram Story.
They added: “So in love with this precious grandbaby!!”
Claire Duggar, who recently married into the family after getting hitched to husband Justin, commented: “She is darling!!! 😍😍😍”
Anna revealed that the baby was born on October 23 at 2:39 am and weighed seven pounds and nine ounces.
Counting On fans mocked Josh and Anna for naming their newborn daughter Maydson after the affair website used during the disgraced reality star's cheating scandal.
People were quick to point out that "Madyson" is awfully close to "Madison," as in "Ashley Madison."
While Anna is celebrating her daughter's birth, her sisters-in-law Jill, Jessa, Jinger and Joy-Anna Duggar are currently preparing to head to trial for their “emotional distress” lawsuit over their brother Josh's molestation scandal.
In 2015, a 33-page Arkansas police report was released to the public claiming dad Jim Bob confessed to local authorities that his eldest son Josh fondled the breasts and genitals of young girls while they were asleep in the Duggar family home back in 2006.
His younger sisters Jill and Jessa came forward as two of the victims in an interview with Megyn Kelly, where they insisted they had forgiven Josh, who was never charged, for his sins.
In May 2017, Jill and Jessa sued the City of Springdale, police department employees and other Defendants for invasion of privacy and more, claiming releasing the records caused "extreme mental anguish and emotional distress.”
Sisters Jinger and Joy-Anna are also suing, though they have not publicly come forward as victims of the molestation.
The Sun can exclusively reveal trial has been set for December 9, 2021 and will last seven days.
The court hearings will come just days after Josh’s November 30 trial for child pornography charges.
Recently, Josh, 33, missed the deadline to accept a plea deal before the November 30 trial in his case.
According to the Pretrial Scheduling Order, Josh had until October 18th to accept a plea agreement and change his non-guilty plea.
The Sun can exclusively reveal no change of plea has been filed as of October 19th.
Jim Bob's son could be facing up to 20 years behind bars if found guilty.
In early October, The Sun exclusively revealed that the father of seven will be ordered to provide an alibi and witnesses in order to support his defense.
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