JOSH Duggar’s family and fans can send him “gifts” in jail including Cheetos, pickles, ramen noodles, refried beans and more.
Josh, 33, was found guilty of possessing and receiving child pornography on December 9 after a nearly two-week trial.
He was immediately handcuffed and taken into custody at Washington County Jail, where he was placed in solitary confinement away from other prisoners for his safety until his sentencing.
Josh’s family and friends are unable to see him in person until the sentencing in court, as visits are currently only allowed over video chat.
The Sun can exclusively reveal loved ones and fans are able to send Josh gift packages in jail to show they are thinking of him through the Jail ATM website.
The packages start at $22 with the Salty Care Package that includes two bags each of Doritos, Sour Cream & Onion, Cheetos, Cheetos flaming hot, Chili Cheese Fritos, Snyder’s Hot Buffalo Pieces, Andy Capp Hot Fries and Hot Peanut Tubes.
For those with a sweet tooth, they can opt for the Sweet Care Pack for the same price.
This includes three Musketeers candy bars, two Snickers bars, two Plain M&M bags, two Skittles bags, two Reese’s Peanut Butter cups, one Fire Balls bag, one Now & Laters bag, one Jolly Ranchers bag, one cookie tray and one peanut butter cookie tray.
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Loved ones can also buy the Soup Lovers Care Pack for $30.95.
This includes one box of Saltines, one peanut butter squeezer, one jelly squeezer, and five chicken ramen, cajun shrimp, chili ramen, beef ramen and Texas beef ramen packets each.
The jail also offers the A.M. Delight Care Pack for $44.
This includes two instant coffee packets, five cappuccino packets, five hot chocolate packets, one creamer, one pack of sweet sprinkles, three plain bagels, three cream cheese packets, one Mrs. Freshley's chocolate mini donuts, one two-pack of cupcakes, one iced honey bun, one oatmeal variety pack, one box of six strawberry Pop Tarts and brown sugar Pop Tarts.
For the same price, loved ones can get the Meal Deal Care Pack.
Items feature five chili ramen, chicken ramen, spicy veggie ramen and Texas beef ramen packs each.
It also includes one lasagna pouch, one taco filling pouch, one chili pouch, one saltine cracker box, six tortilla shells, refried beans with jalapeños and three kosher dill pickles, a Duggar favorite.
For big spenders, they can buy the The Big Deal Care Pack for a whopping $109.
This includes ramen, chips, cookies, oatmeal, Pop Tarts, crackers, peanuts, chicken breast pouch, lasagna pouch, taco filling pouch, chili pouch, beef stew pouch, Twizzlers, gummy bears, cinnamon bears, atomic fireballs and rooter barrels.
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The gift packages would be in addition to Josh’s daily meals.
A source previously told The Sun of one of their menus for the day: "This morning they had oatmeal with butter and sugar, a sausage patty, homemade fried potatoes, bread, and margarine.”
The beverage selection is limited, with inmates being served just one option of an orange-flavored fortified drink and no coffee.
Lunch was hamburgers for Josh and his fellow inmates.
For dinner, Josh will have turkey and rice casserole with green beans, bread and margarine, the source said.
NO IN-PERSON VISITS
As The Sun previously reported, the only way for visits to take place currently is through video call or email, the Washington County Detention Center in Arkansas confirmed.
Wife Anna, 33, isn’t even allowed to be in the same building as Josh, as all visits through the jail lobby kiosk have been suspended because of covid.
Anna must communicate with Josh through website Jail ATM, which provides access via email and video call.
Video calls are $0.25 per minute and emails are $5 per message.
The website also allows loved ones to send money.
After Josh's sentencing, he will be transferred to federal prison for the crime and faces 20 years for each count.
The Sun previously reported Josh is not allowed conjugal visits with his wife.
According to the Bureau of Federal Prisons website, conjugal visitation is "not permitted within any BOP facility.”
Arkansas is also not one of the states that allow conjugal visitation in non-federal prisons.
FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM
But Josh is hoping to be a free man, as The Sun previously reported his legal team filed an “unopposed motion for additional time to file post-trial motions” on January 5.
The filing requested the court grant him an additional 10 days to file the post-trial motions, as the deadline is 30 days after the verdict.
Common post-trial motions include a motion for a new trial and a motion for judgment acquittal.
The court documents read: “The defense has ordered the trial transcripts in this matter and have been informed by the court reporter that the transcripts are expected to be completed next week.
“Because the transcripts are necessary with respect to certain issues Duggar intends to raise in his post-trial motions, Duggar respectfully requests that this Court grant this request for a brief extension of 10 additional days in which to file his motions so that the transcripts may be utilized and so that this Court will have a more precise record from which to consider Duggar’s motions.”
Judge Timothy L. Brooks approved the request.
Josh and his team have until January 19, 2022, to file any motions.
Josh’s lawyer said in a press conference on December 9: “We respect the jury’s verdict and we look forward to continuing this on appeal.
"We plan to appeal at the appropriate time.”
Josh faces 20 years in prison for each of the two counts.
Josh was arrested and charged with possessing and receiving child pornography in April 2021.
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