Duggar fans horrified after spotting shocking detail at Jessa’s messy home in star’s new video

Duggar enthusiasts are horrified after they spotted a stunning depth at Jessa’s property.

The criticisms arrived just after the 29-yr-previous mom posted a new YouTube vlog.

Fans noticed a 'filthy' detail at Jessa Duggar's home


Fans noticed a ‘filthy’ depth at Jessa Duggar’s dwellingCredit rating: YOUTUBE/ Jessa Seewald
One of her four kids got carried away with a permanent marker


Just one of her four youngsters got carried away with a long-lasting markerCredit score: YOUTUBE/ Jessa Seewald

In the online video, Jessa updated her lovers about the Arkansas home that she and her partner Ben, 27, have been “fixing up.”

She showed their 4 young children presently experiencing the household whilst they were being however only getting ready to go in.

Jessa gave a tour of the oak kitchen area, referring to “artwork” on the kitchen area cupboards.

Having said that, lovers could see that the “artwork” was in truth long-lasting marker scribblings.

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Eagled-eyed viewers seen that there were being similar doodlings on the back again of the kitchen area door at Jessa and Ben’s outdated house.

A single enthusiast mentioned they “audibly gasped” when they noticed the messy markings.

An additional referred to as it “filthy” though a 3rd referred to their property as a “nasty residence.”

A person viewer accused Jessa of “not spending a lot notice to her kids” as an additional asked: “how are they getting the Sharpies?”

“Maybe really don’t give your youngsters a marker if they haven’t figured out to not attract on home furniture nevertheless,” recommended just one.


It’s not the very first time that Jessa has been slated for letting her little ones to scribble about the property.

In a earlier YouTube video clip, she resolved the kids’ behavior by explaining: “I stained all these doorways right here and I was heading to seal them and 1 of my little ones got a keep of a Sharpie.

“I did the not wise factor that moms do from time to time and I still left this here. So one of my minor kinds was like ‘oh color!'” 

She admitted that at first she was “frustrated” by the Sharpie marks, but then determined “it’ll insert some character.”

REMAKE, Remodel

The Counting On alum and her spouse “dumped their savings” into remodeling the a few-bedroom dwelling, which is owned by Immanuel Baptist Church, in which Ben is effective as a pastor.

Unique pictures attained by The Sunshine showed last thirty day period that the home, which is appropriate off an Interstate Freeway, was nonetheless beneath building one year after the pair received to perform.

Jessa has shared her home remodeling journey with a collection of video clips.

She has been open with supporters about the challenges and delays she has faced during the renovations. 

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Jessa and Ben are mothers and fathers to sons Spurgeon, 6, and Henry, 5, and daughters Ivy, a few, and Fern, who turns just one this thirty day period.

The decision to move property will come just after the family’s TLC reality exhibit, Counting On, was canceled subsequent Josh Duggar’s boy or girl pornography scandal.

Jessa has been working on renovating the three-bedroom house for over a year


Jessa has been doing the job on renovating the a few-bed room home for around a calendar yearCredit rating: Toby Canham
She and husband Ben Seewald are parents to Ivy, three, Fern, 11 months, Henry, five, and Spurgeon, six


She and spouse Ben Seewald are dad and mom to Ivy, 3, Fern, 11 months, Henry, 5, and Spurgeon, sixCredit: Instagram
The former Counting On stars have reportedly 'dumped their savings' into remodeling the house


The former Counting On stars have reportedly ‘dumped their savings’ into transforming the houseCredit history: YouTube/Jessa Seewald