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Amy Duggar reveals child toys have been ‘banned’ from playing with and accuses controversial family of being like a ‘cult’

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AMY Duggar claimed her family from Counting On celebrity – formerly 19 Kids and Counting – wasn’t allowed to have a harmless toy growing up.

She said the Cabbage Patch dolls were considered “demons” in a scathing new TikTok while using the word “cult”.

Amy Duggar compared her controversial family to a ‘cult’ in her TikTokCredit: Toby Canham
She said Cabbage Patch dolls were considered

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She said the Cabbage Patch dolls were considered “sinful” by her family1 credit

Amy, 36, wrote on her video of a Cabbage Patch Kids doll: “The IBLP teaches questionable practices. Including this bizarre idea.

“Back when Cabbage Patch dolls were popular, the rule was not to bring one home.

“Bc they were full of demons. No kidding. They were considered very sinful. Dolls.”

She captioned the shocking upload: “Let’s try again…that’s what IBLP people still believe. I will speak the truth about how I feel about this cult.”

FANS CONCERN

“I also grew up in a strict Christian family,” a fan replied. “My dad threw away all of our Disney movies.”

“What is the IBLP?” asked another.

The IBLP is a non-denominational Christian organization that serves as an umbrella organization for several ministries.

The IBLP, which has been described as a cult by the New York Post, was created by American Christian minister Bill Gothard.

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The Counting On family has “attended and promoted IBLP events on and off camera,” according to NBC.

Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar are regular speakers at his conferences and said Gotthard’s teachings “changed our lives” according to the outlet.

Modest clothing and limited influences from the outside world are part of the group’s teachings.

‘THERE IS NOTHING I CAN DO’

Posting on TikTok on Thursday, Amy shared a video of herself staring pensively out of the car window.

“Realizing you can’t please everyone even when you have kind and sincere intentions,” she captioned the post.

“I will always be compared to other family members.

“I will always be attacked just because of my maiden name and there is nothing I can do to change that.

“Those are the lows of being part of reality TV.

“To those who support and see my heart, thank you,” she concluded.

Amy, who has 106,000 followers on TikTok, has previously used the platform to smack the Duggars.

His TikTok bio reads, “Duggar’s ‘crazy’ cousin turned out to be… normal.”

In particular, Amy criticized Anna for supporting her husband Josh Duggar, who is serving 12 years in prison for child pornography crimes.

“He deserves to be locked up. He deserves to be away from your kids, and you deserve better,” she raged in a TikTok rant after his May sentencing.

Aside from Jill, who has also distanced herself from the family, Amy is no longer in touch with the other Duggar siblings following Josh’s scandal.

“This family has always seemed perfect and they’re not and they’re hiding things,” Amy said in an exclusive interview with The US Sun last year.

“It’s not something I want to be a part of. It’s not healthy. It’s not something I need to be known for or around.”

OUTLAW

Amy revealed that she was seen as the ‘wild child’ growing up for wearing jeans, which Jim Bob and Michelle forbid their children from doing.

“I was extremely known as the black sheep. They would never say black sheep, but I was like the wild cousin,” she told the US Sun.

Amy continued that while her style and interests made her a “normal, regular person”, she was portrayed as the “bad wild girl” by the fundamentalist Christian family.

Since Counting On was canceled in 2020, Amy has focused on her online clothing store Thirty1Thirty.

She shares a three-year-old son, Dax, with husband Dilion King.

Amy, a cousin of Jim Bob Duggar, accused her family of teaching IBLP practices which she described as a

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Amy, a cousin of Jim Bob Duggar, accused her family of teaching IBLP practices which she described as a “cult” in her caption.Credit: YouTube/FollowtheForsyths
Amy urged Anna Duggar to leave her husband Josh after his conviction for child pornography

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Amy urged Anna Duggar to leave her husband Josh after his conviction for child pornographyCredit: Facebook
Amy spoke of the “downs” after her fame on 19 children and counting and counting on

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Amy spoke of the “downs” after her fame on 19 children and counting and counting onCredit: TIKTOK/@amyrking

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