Jill Duggar And Jessa Duggar Hacked: Sexy Photos Of Girls In Pants, Hot Moms Shock Fans

Jill Duggar’s recent Facebook posts majorly upset a few 19 Kids and Counting fans — they featured language and photos that would scare Michelle Duggar’s frizzy hair straight. Read on for an explanation of why a handful PG-13 Facebook posts might upset the Duggar matriarch.

The posts appeared on Jill’s Facebook page late Monday night, and they were made up of links to some pretty racy spam articles. One of them featured Disney characters reenacting scenes from Fifty Shades of Grey.

As the Inquisitr previously reported, Jill Duggar is a fan of the raciest book of the Bible, but it’s highly unlikely that she’s ever read Fifty Shades of Grey or watched a Disney movie. According to Starcasm, the oldest Duggar daughters grew up watching nothing but religious movies and “carefully selected” episodes of The Andy Griffith Show.

Another spammy post was a list of the “10 Best Reasons To Sleep With A Hot Mom.” Jim Bob Duggar obviously agrees that moms can be sexy, but he’d likely be disappointed to discover that “procreation” is not one of the reasons on that list.

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It should be pretty obvious that Jill Duggar was hacked — it’s hard to imagine the 19 Kids and Counting star deciding to share a post about MILFs with her followers, and the new mom is probably completely clueless about the meaning of the naughty acronym popularized by the movie American Pie.

Many of Jill’s fans were not amused with the hacker’s posts, and a few sought divine intervention to deal with whoever was responsible for taking over Jill’s page.

“OMG EVIL hacker!” one fan wrote. “God will make sure justice is met, in one way or another.”

“Praying these hackers change their ways,” another wrote.

A few fans also expressed their displeasure with the hacker’s choice of sex-related spam.

“Why post this? It serves no purpose except to tittilate (sic) the male mind!”

Fans of the Duggar Family News: Life is not all pickles and hairspray Facebook page also posted photographic evidence that Jessa Duggar’s Facebook was similarly hacked. The posts on her page included a photo gallery of girls wearing yoga pants.

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As many 19 Kids and Counting fans know, the Duggar girls don’t wear pants. In a TLC post, Michelle explained that this is because she believes God instructed her to give herself a modest, yoga pants-free makeover.

“After I was born again and became a Christian, I really began to cover up. I felt like the Lord was saying to me, you know what, you probably shouldn’t be wearing that.”

Michelle also talked to her husband about her decision to complete overhaul her wardrobe.

“Interestingly, Jim Bob and I had a conversation at that point and I said to him, I really feel like the Lord is impressing upon me that I should be modest in what I wear. And also, that I really should be defining who I am as a woman by choosing to wear dresses and skirts.”

Michelle came to the conclusion that knees are “private areas” that need to be covered to prevent the “defrauding” of men. Her definition of defrauding is “stirring up desires that cannot be righteously fulfilled.”

If any of Jill Duggar’s younger brothers happen to be visiting whenever she discovers that her Facebook is hacked, she might have to yell “Nike!” at them before they see her computer screen. According to Cosmopolitan, this is the code word that the Duggar women use to let their brothers and their father know that there’s a scantily-clad, knee-flashing woman in the vicinity. After the girls give the guys this secret signal, they’re supposed to “nonchalantly drop their eyes and look down at their shoes.”

As the Inquisitr previously reported, the Duggars also have a way to prevent their kids from seeing images like those posted on Jessa and Jill Duggar’s Facebook pages — they’re only allowed to use the internet if they have an “accountability partner” with them. Jim Bob is also against smartphones because he believes that they have the ability to “steal somebody’s soul.”

Jill Duggar can only pray that her hacker’s spam posts didn’t cause any defrauding or soul-stealing.

[Image credits: Jill Duggar, Jessa Duggar/Instagram]