19 Kids Accounting: Jill Duggar Says Parents Never Paid Her for Reality Show, Regrets Megyn Kelly Interview
"I never received any payout, no cash, no check, nothing," Jill Duggar says in a new documentary. "For seven-and-a-half years of my adult life I was never paid."
Another Duggar daughter has gone rogue.
In the new documentary, "Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets," Jill Duggar claims her parents cheated her out of financial compensation for her work on the family's popular TLC reality show.
"I never received any payout, no cash, no check, nothing," Jill says in the documentary. "For seven-and-a-half years of my adult life I was never paid."
She is also speaking about her interview with Megyn Kelly after the family admitted oldest son Josh had molested four of his sisters, including Jill.
"In hindsight, I wouldn't have done the Megyn Kelly stuff,I felt like I was in a place again of bearing the burden and the weight," Jill says.
She adds: "You feel obligated to help."
In the wake of that revelation, Josh went into hiding while his four oldest sisters — Jana, Jill, Jessa and Jinger — became the focal point of the series.
The documentary also delves into the church the family belonged to, IBLP.
Jill says that she now finds herself at odds with the teachings of that church
"Having a voice about what you think and how you feel and being able to voice and say no about things was stifled and not encouraged in the IBLP setting [or] my family," Jill explains.
Her words seem to echo some of the comments her sister Jinger previously made about IBLP in an interview with Inside Edition back in February.
"Those teachings were based in fear, manipulation control and superstition," Jinger said at the time.
Jinger said that "the fear" they felt was "of god coming down on me and waiting to get me at any turn."
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