Josh Duggar has been transferred to federal prison

Just four weeks after he was sentenced to 151 months behind bars, Josh Duggar was transferred Friday to a federal prison.

According to official documents obtained this afternoon by Us Weekly and other outlets, Duggar was transferred to the institution he will be calling home for ten years or more at 4:08 a.m. local time.

It may take up to a few days before they update their exact location.

As you can see below, the disgraced reality star also got an official registration number:

After being placed in a detention center in Fayetteville, Arkansas since his conviction in December, the father of seven will now be housed in either FCI Seagoville or FCI Texarkana…both of which are within a few hundred miles of the Washington County Jail.

Duggar was convicted on December 9 of uploading sexually explicit material to children under the age of 12.

He was then sentenced on May 25.

Even when eventually released, Duggar will be supervised for 20 years – he won’t be allowed to use the internet outside of work and he won’t be allowed near any children alone.

Prior to his imprisonment, Duggar filed an appeal with the Arkansas Court to challenge his sentence.

The legal document, filed June 3, reads, “Duggar is providing notice of respect for his intention in evaluating and pursuing any and all meritorious arguments in his appeal to the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit.”

Based on the wording of this appeal, Duggar is contesting one count of receiving child pornography.

He’s been trying for a long time to say that someone else downloaded the graphic videos to his computer at his workplace in 2019…and/or he never looked at them.

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Where is Duggar located now?

FCI Seagoville is a US federal male low-security prison in Seagoville, Texas in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.

It made national headlines in August 2020 after 75% of its residents tested positive for COVID-19 and three died as a result.

FCI Texarkana is also a US federal male low-security prison in Texas.

It once held an inmate named Keith Judd, who ran for president in 2012 and had already won 41% of the primary vote in West Virginia as a Democrat.

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Josh, who may have received a visit this week from his wife, will need to turn himself in (as well as his personal information) to the US Probation Office after his imprisonment.

He will also be required to participate in a sex offender treatment program and will not be permitted to possess or use marijuana.

Moreover, he will do also “He is required to undergo periodic polygraph testing at the discretion of the probation office as a means of ensuring compliance with the requirements of his supervision or treatment program.”

That’s all for a long time now, however.

Josh Duggar up close

Duggar will not be a free man, even with good behaviour, for at least 10.5 years.

Cousin Amy said on Instagram right after the ruling:

“I knew getting the maximum sentence wouldn’t be the easiest to prove because it’s his first offense in the eyes of the judge – which I hate – but at the same time, he can’t get on his computer, he can’t abuse, exploit any more kids and when he sees his kids must be supervised.

“And frankly, where he’s going, I feel like the prisoners will take care of him.”

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