Former Counting On stars Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard are no longer on TV, but their behavior on social media continues to shock fans and cause some serious backlash. This time, it’s a brand-new pair of shoes on Duggar’s feet in a recent pic that is causing some serious drama.
According to Radar Online, Dillard posted a photo over the weekend of the couple at a friend’s wedding, and his wife was wearing a pair of gold high heels. This angered some fans because the couple has been begging for money on various GoFundMe accounts over the past few months.
Duggar, who usually wears flats or wedges, did not reveal how much the shoes cost, but she did say that she bought them on Amazon.
“Didn’t have time to go shopping so I just found them online, read the reviews and hoped they would work,” she wrote. “They did! Love them! Although they run big, so I got one size smaller than my normal size.”
Fans were quick to criticize her new heels, with one fan saying they looked expensive and asked if she bought them with money from their online fundraising site. Another follower responded that the shoes look “very off-brand.” A third commented on her short dress, noting that her knees were showing, which is explicitly against the strict Duggar family dress code.
However, not all of the comments on the photo were negative. Some fans complimented Duggar on her self-expression with the new clothes.
Duggar has been quite the family rebel lately by showing off her nose piercing and henna tattoos. Cameras also caught her wearing pants at one point.
As for Dillard, his Twitter rants resulted in TLC firing him from the popular reality show, and he ended up taking his entire family with him. Fans knew that he wouldn’t be on the show in the upcoming season, but his wife and children are nowhere to be found in any of the show’s promos for season seven, either.
Derick Dillard Defends Transphobic Views That Got Him Fired from TLC https://t.co/Lp7y3UtLYN
— People (@people) January 23, 2018
Counting On returns in less than a month, and the only couples in the new promos are Ben and Jessa Seewald, Austin and Joy-Anna Forsyth, and Jeremy and Jinger Vuolo.
After the network fired Dillard for his transphobic comments against transgender teen Jazz Jennings, he went to GoFundMe and asked fans to donate $10,000.
In the description, he wrote that he was currently serving in a program at his home church called Cross Church School of Ministry and set a donation goal of ten grand, so he could have the necessary funding for various mission opportunities throughout the year. Dillard added that the money would allow him to fulfill his specific calling of ministry, with work in Northeast Arkansas and trips throughout North America and abroad.
Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard have not commented on their latest drama.