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Jinger Duggar’s husband Jeremy snubs in-laws Jim Bob and Michelle in cruel move amid backlash for ‘cult-like’ upbringing

Jinger Duggar’s husband Jeremy snubs in-laws Jim Bob and Michelle in cruel move amid backlash for ‘cult-like’ upbringing

JINGER Duggar and her husband Jeremy Vuolo have snubbed Jim Bob and Michele Duggar again.

The pair are no longer thought to be close with the Counting On parents after Jinger released a memoir about her “cult-like” upbringing.

Instagram/jeremy_vuoloJinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo have snubbed Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar[/caption]

Social Media – Refer to sourceThe couple decided not to get Jinger’s parents to look after their children while they were away[/caption]

Jeremy, 35, and Jinger, 29, recently hit New York City for the launch event of Becoming Free Indeed.

However, the pair snubbed her parents Jim Bob and Michelle by getting in Jeremy’s parents to look after their two young kids while they were away.

The pair are mom and dad to Felicity, four, and Eva, two, whom they left at their California home.

“We decided to leave our kids here, Jer’s mom flew in to watch them“ Jinger revealed in a new YouTube video posted on Wednesday.

The former TLC star explained why she didn’t bring the little ones with her to the Big Apple.

“The time zones and everything are just rough for them to get adjusted to, only to go back and have to work on their bedtime routines again.”

Some fans may be wondering why Jinger didn’t call up Jim Bob and Michelle to look after her kids instead.

But it seems she isn’t on the best of terms with her mom and dad following the release of her memoir.

Becoming Free Indeed exposed some shocking revelations about her Arkansas upbringing under the teachings of her dad and the church he belongs to, the Institute in Basic Life Principles.

In an interview ahead of its release, Jinger told PEOPLE “there are a lot of cult-like tendencies” in IBLP.

“The teaching I grew up under was harmful, it was damaging, and there are lasting effects.”

She added: “Fear was a huge part of my childhood.”


Jinger also revealed during a Fox News interview that the book has received an “interesting” reaction from her supersized family.

“We’ve had lots of conversations about our differences,” she said.

“Some received it better than others for sure, but at the end of the day, I know they just want what’s best for me. Even though my parents are still in IBLP.”

Jinger said she would “hope” Jim Bob and Michelle read her book.

The memoir recounts how she “began to question the unhealthy ideology of her youth” after meeting Jeremy, who follows a more moderate form of Christianity.

Jinger and her husband have distanced themselves from the Duggars in recent years, living in California since 2019.

INSTAGRAM/jingervuoloJinger and Jeremy are mom and dad to Felicity, four, and Eva, two[/caption]

YouTube / Jinger and Jeremy VuoloThe couple hit up New York for the launch of Becoming Free Indeed[/caption]

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