It was expected to happen.
Daniel Keller, the older brother of Anna Duggar, wife of controversial star of 19 Kids And Counting star Josh Duggar, wants her sister out of the relationship and even vowed to pay for her expenses, including raising her kids, if she leaves Josh and move with him.
Keller said in a series of comments posted on Jessa Sewald's' Facebook account with a picture of the Bible verse on Sunday, "I have told her I would pay for her to move out here w me and pay for her kidz. I don't think josh will see that this is a big deal and be truly broken till that happens. I told her I would go get her and her children stay w me. She said she's staying where she's at. But I won't stop trying to get that pig out of our family."
Daniel's comments earned the admiration of some of the commenters who even volunteered to donate to a fund should Anna finally decides to leave her husband. The commenters said it was un-Christian for Josh to treat her wife the way he does.
Daniel said in his comments that over the last few days, he has been contemplating on the turn of events involving Josh and the Duggar family. He said that while he admits the Duggar family is a devout Christian, he still wants her sister to file for divorce. He added that he "sick to my stomach for her for last few days," thinking about the latest controversy involving his famous brother-in-law.
However, Keller admits that it might be difficult for him to convince Anna as their own parents want to save the marriage of her sister. "My parents are preaching stay with him," Keller said. "They're more interested in how their daughter getting a divorce will make them look then they are in trying to truly get Josh some help and getting Anna and the kids out of there..."
Daniel made this comment about Jessa's post about forgiveness, "You have to confess and forsake your sin to have mercy. Not sin, confess, repeat."
When someone asked Daniel to also look at his own sins and carefully contemplate if he had lied more than once, making him a repeat offender, he responded, "Think for a min about the victims. Tell me how you would feel if someone cheated on your sister and brought so much disgrace to you and ur family."
Last week, Josh, 27, confessed and asked for forgiveness after he was named as among the 37 million Ashley Madison users whose private information was leaked by a group of hacktivist known as the "Impact Team." The revelations said that "someone using a credit card belonging to a Joshua J. Duggar, with a billing address that matches the home in Fayetteville, Arkansas owned by his grandmother Mary...paid a total of $986.76 for two different monthly Ashley Madison subscriptions."
The subscriptions appear to have been active from February 2013 until May 2015, during a time when Jim Bob and Michelle's oldest son served as executive director of the Family Research Council, a conservative lobbying group in Washington D.C. that seeks "to champion marriage and family as the foundation of civilization, the seedbed of virtue, and the wellspring of society."
Following the revelation, Jim and Michelle issued a statement posted on the family's official web site saying they were heartbroken with the news. Jim Bob and Michelle wrote, "When we learned of this late last night our hearts were broken. As we continue to place our trust in God we ask for your prayers for Josh, Anna, our grandchildren and our entire family." The site also posted a confession by Josh as he expressed remorse for his addiction to pornography. However, the reference to addiction to pornography was later removed from Josh's confession.
Less than three months ago, Josh also confessed to molesting five underage girls, including two of her sisters when she was still a teenager. The scandal caused the cancellation of their popular reality TV show, 19 Kids And Counting.