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In the aftermath of the Josh Duggar molestation scandal and the cancelation of their TV show, the Duggars have apparently hit rock bottom.

How so?

A Duggar Family Photograph

Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar made millions off of their TLC show 19 Kids and Counting, but apparently weren’t frugal with their fortune.

Reports claim Jim Bob and Michelle have a home in foreclosure, and now, the shameless Duggars are reportedly begging their fans for money.

The ultra-Christian clan’s official YouTube channel, Duggar Studios, has a new ad asking for fans and supporters to contribute funds.

Why? So the kids can create “fresh quality content” on their site.

“Every contribution is helpful, big or small,” the ad says.

The family is asking for contributions so the kids can use their cell phone cameras to post more videos of themselves doing day to day things.

Like playing basketball and going to the dentist. Etc.

Why do they need outside funding for phones/cameras? It’s very far from clear, but that’s been the Duggars’ M.O. in recent weeks.

The disgraced family has a history of money grubbing, including recently, when Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard asked for donations.

The request for cash for their mission trip was not well received and drew criticism from the media when they didn’t say for what.

It isn’t surprising, in a sense. With TLC pulling the plug on their gravy train, they’re likely reeling financially as well as emotionally.