During and after the Josh Duggar interview with Megyn Kelly on Fox, many celebrities poured out their outrage on social media in response to how the Duggar family handled Josh admitting to molesting his sisters.
— Patti Stanger (@pattistanger) June 4, 2015
Bravo‘s Patti Stanger from Millionaire Matchmaker fame really wanted them to stop making excuses. Her frustrated tweet said it all.
Molesting a child isn’t a “mistake” it’s a crime. To call it anything else is minimizing & unfair to victims… #DuggarInterview
— Mario Lopez (@MarioLopezExtra) June 4, 2015
Father of two, Mario Lopez, also had something to say on social media during the interview. Mario definitely didn’t agree with the way the Duggar parents were downplaying what happened.
Stop freaking out about the Duggars. Josh didn’t have dessert for a week after they found out he was molesting his sisters. #Duggar
— HEATHER McDONALD (@HeatherMcDonald) June 4, 2015
Heather McDonald probably thought long and hard before she sent out another controversial tweet this week —since she got a tough response about her Caitlyn Jenner post. It didn’t help that her and Kris Jenner are buddy-buddy, either.
— Nicole Polizzi (@snooki) June 4, 2015
Even Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi used a “talk to the hand” emoticon about the interview. She said her impression of the family’s interview was just “awful.”
When Montel Williams was younger, he left his altar boy days behind when a priest made a pass at him. Montel has been stomping on the Duggars name since the scandal first broke, especially from his already “sinister impression” of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar.
The 19 kids might’ve been an initial clue that something was off but listening to the Duggars defense was sad & painful. I hate hypocrites
— Andy Cohen (@Andy) June 4, 2015
NO ONE is attacking the Duggars religion or faith!!! They are being attacked for their actions, stupidity and hypocrisy. Big difference. — Andy Cohen (@Andy) June 4, 2015
Bravo‘s Andy Cohen didn’t hold back his feelings on Twitter about the Duggars either. The Watch What What Happens Live host wants it known that he isn’t attacking their faith, but more the family for their controversial actions after Josh admitted to molesting his sisters.
Josh Duggar was 15 at the time he abused a 5-year-old girl – … WAKE UP PEOPLE – 1 IN 3 GIRLS – 1 IN 5 BOYS
— Rosie (@Rosie) June 4, 2015
Rosie O’Donnell wasn’t feeling sympathy for the Duggar family, especially after the interview. The former star of The View has been a victim of abuse in the past when a 25-year-old man abused Rosie when she was just a 10.