As previously reported, Josh Duggar didn’t exactly ring up the New Year in a fun way.
He had to watch a movie and had the choice of a chicken sandwich or a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for dinner.
bored? yes. lame? absolutely. But are you scared? Never shape or form.
However, the same cannot be said for Duggar’s everyday presence behind bars at the FCI Seago Building in Dallas.
The father of seven children was sentenced to 151 months in prison in May after being convicted of child pornography since December 2021.
His legal team is appealing this decision, but in the meantime Josh is one of many inmates spending time at this location for some pretty gruesome crimes.
And it’s not considered the safest place to be at the moment, according to new reports.
The US Sun has revealed that Duggar’s fellow inmates have filed a lawsuit against FCI Seagoville. Many of them focus on the dangers that lurk in various parts of the prison.
For example, on October 6, an inmate filed a complaint against Texas Federal Prison, claiming that officials knew he was “fearing for his life” and released him to the public. .
Unnamed Persons Alleged in the July 27, 2022 Incident:
“I was beaten at a lock by an inmate who took money from other inmates to carry out the assault.”
Based on this document, prisoners were examined by medical teams and placed in special housing units. This is a high security area used for men who pose a danger to others or who would be in danger if left unattended by the public.
“We announced [staff] I am afraid for my life and cannot stay here. On September 16th, I was released, only to have my life threatened again. “
This person asked for “monetary value” for “all the suffering caused by the gross negligence of the staff of this facility”, but the inmate did not answer the court questionnaire, and on December 19, Dismissed by a judge. “enough time” for that.
The inmate was transferred and is currently serving time at the Forest City Row FCI in Arkansas, according to the Federal Prison Service.
Elsewhere, The second The inmate filed a complaint against the prison on October 25, 2022 for “failure to provide” for “willful indifference” to “mental and physical needs.” [his] He was prescribed drugs for 31 days while held in special housing at the total mercy of BOP staff. “
This individual is asking for $760,000.
Seagoville has not responded to the lawsuit and the lawsuit is ongoing.
What does all of this have to do with Josh Duggar?
But in 2020, an all-male, minimum-security prison made headlines with a dangerous distinction, with over 72% of the population infected with COVID.
It doesn’t look like things are going very smoothly.
Duggar, on the other hand, has been convicted of downloading hundreds of photos and videos of children under the age of 12, a crime almost as vile as it could be committed.
No one is more vilified and mistreated in prison than pedophiles.
This is true worldwide.
But does that seem to be the case here when it comes to prisons that have faced accusations of doing a poor job in protecting inmates in the past?
Duggar may have had even more trouble than previously feared.