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Did Jessa Duggar Buy Porn Account Bots? Pedo Josh Duggar’s sister is getting NSFW fans

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The former reality star received comments from seemingly porn accounts such as “[Soffy] H0T Girl L!ve Cam’ with profile pictures of scantily clad women

After her brother Josh Duggar was found guilty last month of receiving and possessing pornographic material depicting child sexual abuse, Jessa Duggar’s latest YouTube video has been inundated with comments from what appear to be porn accounts.

In video posted Jan. 11, the 29-year-old mother of four revealed that she and husband Ben Seewald bought a new “fixer-upper” that was renovated before they could move in. The video has been viewed nearly 300,000 times and has been inundated with congratulatory comments from fans. However, the former reality star also received comments from users with names like “Sandy – F*** Me Check My Profile.”[Soffy] H0T Girl Live Cam”, “Mia _ T[A]P I!! Have [S]EX With Me’ and ‘Sussy – Go To My Live Channel’, each with profile pictures of scantily clad women.

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The avatars in all of these accounts feature women in lingerie, many of them with just a close-up of their torsos. Most accounts didn’t appear to be fully active or functional. And several of them seem to have posted the exact same video – a still of a nearly naked woman on a bed. However, the comments they left were not X-rated as they mostly congratulated Jessa and talked about their children. However, they appear to be bot accounts as the comments from them were not unique and appear to have been copied from other comments left by real fans.

The accounts commenting on Jessa’s post may have come from “spambots” – YouTube sites unrelated to the sites they are commenting on. In fact, they were created for the sole purpose of sharing links, hoping to drive traffic to other websites. Sometimes social media users pay companies for a bunch of fake followers. These faux followers can come in large numbers and aim to make a social media account or channel appear more popular than it actually is.

On Reddit, some critics have speculated that Jessa may have bought followers, but were unaware that she was getting porn accounts instead. “As someone who did social media for a job, these are definitely bought bots,” wrote one commenter. “You can buy comments from people and write exactly what you want. It’s generated by a random account that also uses the service, and a lot of them are thirsty catfish porn accounts trying to appear legitimate with multiple comments from a lot of different ‘people,'” said another. “She just bought some bots to comment on things in her video,” wrote one more.

Anyone who knows anything about Jessa knows that she is a fundamentalist Christian, which includes strict rules on relationships between men and women. This includes the expectation that girls and women in the family cover most of their skin and dress exclusively in dresses and skirts, adding extra layers under overly plunging tops.

Josh, 33, was arrested in April for downloading child porn – for which he has since been convicted. Jessa and Ben released a statement following Josh’s verdict, condemning pornography in “any form.” “We are saddened to hear of the charges against Josh. As Christians we stand against any form of pornography or abuse and we want the truth to come out, whatever that may be,” they said.

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