As a result of the Supreme Court's decision to reject Josh Duggar's most recent appeal, the rest of his renowned family is trembling in their boots. The controversial reality star is also facing additional counts of child pornography that could result in him serving more than eight years in jail in the state of Texas, a new report claimed.

“He’s blaming everybody except himself for the court’s decision. Meanwhile, he’s been wanting to write a tell-all, and now he’s got nothing to lose. They’re all truly scared of him and what he’s capable of — even from behind bars!” an unnamed source told In Touch Weekly.

The heinous actions of the 36-year-old father of seven children, which included the alleged sexual assault of four of his own sisters, Jill Dillard (née Duggar), Jessa Seewald (née Duggar), Joy-Anna Forsyth (née Duggar), and Jinger Vuolo (née Duggar), resulted in the cancellation of the family's TLC show, “19 Kids and Counting,” in the year 2015.

The family's spinoff series, "Counting On," was discontinued after Josh was arrested in April 2021 for downloading child pornography. It is now anticipated that he will continue to wreak havoc on his family while he is inside.

“His sisters just want to move on and raise their families. They can forgive Josh for what he did to them, but he won’t forgive them for not doing enough to help him during the trial,” the insider furthered.

The disgraced reality TV personality was found guilty of one count of receiving child pornography and one count of possessing child pornography by an Arkansas jury on December 9, 2021, following a trial that lasted for nine days, The Washington Post reported. In the sentencing hearing that took place on May 25, 2022, the latter charge was dismissed against Josh.

Following the announcement of the decision in Josh's trial, numerous members of his family expressed their reactions to the news that he was found guilty. Some of them even expressed gratitude to God for the conclusion of the trial.

Jill Dillard, who is 33 years old, and her husband, Derick Dillard, have expressed the sentiment that they "have been lied to so much that we wanted to hear the evidence for ourselves in court." They went on to say that after seeing all of the evidence as it was presented, they believe that the jury reached a just verdict today, which is consistent with the truth beyond a reasonable doubt.

Jessa Seewald, who is 31 years old, and her husband, Ben Seewald, gave their voices as well, with Ben posting a message on his social media accounts. There was a portion of his statement that stated that they "are thankful for our justice system in its punishment of such evils."

The lengthy statement that Jinger, 30, and her husband Jeremy Vuolo issued was uploaded to Instagram by Jinger.

“We are saddened for the victims of horrific child abuse...Yet, amidst our sadness, there is gratitude. We are grateful that God is a God of justice who cares for the innocent and the helpless. And, of all the people in this world, he especially loves children, who are among the most vulnerable. This reality makes the existence of sex trafficking and child abuse one of the most horrific evils imaginable. It is an evil God hates,” it read.

“We are thankful to God for exposing Josh’s actions and to a legal system committed to protecting the innocent and punishing the guilty in this case. We are grateful for justice. We are praying for further justice, vindication, protection, and healing for all those who have been wronged,” they concluded.