Josh Duggar is released from solitary confinement
Josh Duggar he got a break from solitary confinement.
The disgraced reality TV star has been locked up after being caught sneaking an illegal mobile phone.
Duggar was originally sentenced to 151 months in prison in December 2021, but his sentence was extended to 153 months following the cell phone incident.
Josh Duggar was placed in solitary confinement for his illegal cell phone
He was found guilty of possessing and receiving child pornography.
Duggar was set to be released on August 22, 2032; however, due to his recent bad behavior and infractions, he will now be out on October 2, 2032. American Day.
The prison extension came after Duggar was placed in the Special Housing Unit (SHU), also known as solitary confinement, at FCI Seagoville.
Duggar’s release from solitary confinement due to overcrowding
He was placed in the SHU in February for stealing a cell phone.
American Day confirmed that Duggar was still in the SHU on March 3rd.
“Ashley Reality Roundup” broke the news that the former “19 Kids & Counting” star was released from SHU on Tuesday, March 21st.street.
He spent three weeks in the SHU and is expected to spend MONTHS there. His. The cell was 10×6 feet.
Duggar’s early release from the SHU was due to overcrowding. Sourced told TARR that he was “overjoyed to be released.”
Just because you were released from the SHU early doesn’t mean you got all your prison privileges back.
Duggar will not have any contact with the outside world for 180 days
He will not have visitors or access to the prison phone for 180 days. That means he can’t speak to his wife, Anna Duggar, for 180 days.
To add salt to this open wound, Duggar can’t have a single agent for the same amount of time.
Conditions at FCI Seagoville are quite miserable.
A source revealed to the publisher: “I can tell you that the SHU there is so bad that the regional office was just down there to see what was going on. They kept prisoners in the SHU indefinitely, not allowing them to have a DHO hearing to let them know when they were getting out.
The source revealed that Duggar could be in solitary confinement for “months” pending her disciplinary hearing.
The Bureau of Federal Prisons states that inmates in the SHU are only allowed “one phone call per month.”
Visits are mainly “restricted” or “not allowed” depending on the reason for SHU detention.
We previously reported that the family of one of the prisoners revealed the terrible conditions inmates live in FCI Seagoville.
The prison appears to be understaffed in several places and gangs run rampant throughout the building.
According to a family member of an inmate, FCI Seagoville is a hostile environment and nearly 2,000 inmates suffer from medical neglect.
“There isn’t really much security in the area because the number of people is dramatically low,” their source with direct knowledge of the situation revealed. “The prison has a pretty tough policy, which means there are gangs in there. Fortunately, it’s nowhere near as violent as a medium-security facility.”
They continued: “But it’s just a dangerous situation given the level of neglect and so I know my family member was worried about him, I guess I would say he’s always worried about his well-being even if he’s feeling physically. safe.”
One inmate sued the prison because another inmate beat him.
Grayling American DayIn October 2022, an inmate filed a complaint against the federal prison. The inmate claimed staff let him back into the community knowing he was “in fear of his life”.
“An inmate was assaulted with a lock and paid by other inmates to attack,” he said of the July 27, 2022, incident.
Regarding the medical neglect, the inmate’s family member said that the prison does not always hold “sick calls” on the scheduled days.