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Jill Duggar Says Parents Put 'Locks On The Doors' To Protect Josh Duggar's Sisters

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Just to be on the safe side, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar probably thought when they put locks on the girls’ bedrooms to safeguard the daughters from brother Josh Duggar.

“My parents said, ‘OK, we’re not going to do this hide and seek thing where two people go off and hide together,” Jill Duggar says in her upcoming interview with FOX News. “Locks on the doors. You know, everybody’s in bed— girls in the girls’ room, boys in the boys’ room.”

READ: 4 Shocking Rules the Duggar Parents Made After Discovering Josh Duggar Molested His Sisters

Jill and Jessa Duggar were two of the sisters their now 27-year-old brother molested when he was 14. Yet during the interview, Jessa Duggar is still sticking by her brother despite his actions by saying, “It’s right to say ‘here’s what I believe, here’s my values,’ even if you’ve made stupid mistakes or failures,” she goes on to say on the interview. “If you’ve had failures in your past it doesn’t mean you can’t be changed. I think that’s where, I think the real issue is people are making this sound like it happened yesterday.”

Star told you earlier on Friday about the big Duggar move to their 7,000-square-foot house four years after Josh admitted to his parents about molesting his sisters, which was a custom-built house that would ultimately keep the boys’ room on one wing, with the master suite barricading the girls’ room on the other wing.

PHOTOS: The Duggars’ 7,000-Square-Foot House Custom Built To Separate Sons & Daughters

The Duggar sisters’ FOX News interview with Megyn Kelly will air on Friday, June 5 at 9 p.m. ET.

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