AMY Duggar claimed her famous family actually "hates" that she has been "speaking the truth" as the reality star "won't stop" amid cousin Josh's child pornography trial.
Amy, 34, wished she "could hug every single one of" her followers in a series of Instagram Stories.
Draped in shadows, the Counting On alum promised she was "never going to stop speaking the truth."
She refused to stop "calling that out."
The TV star claimed that the rest of the Duggar family "probably hate it" and say, "'why won'y she stop talking?'"
While promising that she was not going to "stop talking," the star added: "God gave me a platform, and somehow He knew that I was going to have this platform."
At "some point," Amy believed a high power would make her "voice loud."
The TV personality wanted to "make a difference" and "get the word out there."
Amy concluded that she could not "condone anyone who could hurt a child."
'PRAY FOR THE VICTIMS'
Back in November, the reality star sent out a prayer to the victims on social media as her cousin's child pornography trial was about to commence.
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Amy wrote: "Today is a heavy day. This whole week will be. Next week will be too. Until justice is served."
She continued: "Vengeance is mine sayeth the lord, I will repay thee.
"Please pray for the victims, and for the truth to be revealed.
"Pray that the judge will give the ultimate sentence."
Amy and her husband, Dillon King, share their 1-year-old son Daxton.
She is the niece of Michelle, 55, and Jim Bob Duggar, 56, the latter who announced his official run for state Senate in Arkansas back in October.
Recently, Josh, 33, and Anna, also 33, appeared to be miserable as they left the courthouse.
In the photo snapped exclusively by The Sun, the couple looked somber as they walked out of the John Paul Hammerschmidt Federal Building, in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
The two donned black face masks as they walked around hand in hand.
Josh was accused of having in his possession sick images of child pornography, which were described as some of "the worst of the worst" that authorities had ever seen.
The prosecution detailed a horrendous video – in graphic detail – that was discovered on Josh's HP desktop computer.
The prosecution explained that this computer was associated with his name and address.
Disturbing footage had been found in a folder, which contained 65 thumbnail files.
Charged with two counts of downloading and possessing child pornography, Josh has pleaded not guilty.
The father of seven could be facing up to 20 years in prison if he is found guilty.
Jill Duggar, 30, is expected to testify at Josh's trial as her husband Derick Dillard has been spotted sitting alone in the courtroom.
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