Jinger Duggar is apparently an unwanted woman at the moment.
And no one is quite sure what is going on.
On two separate occasions this week, the Counting On star has either lost promotional opportunities and/or backed out of public events, leaving fans to wonder what the heck is going on with Jinger and her husband, Jeremy.
In a surprising turn, for example, we now know that the famous couple will NOT be attending Sunday night's Rebecca Minkoff Mommy Pampering Event.
The reality stars had only just confirmed this partnership a few weeks ago.
“As the holiday season is in full swing, I thought it’d be a great time to give back!" Vuolo wrote back then, alongside a photo of herself at one of the brand's stores.
He added this fall:
"I’m excited to announce I’ve partnered with [Rebecca Minkoff] to throw a mommy pampering event at their flagship location in Los Angeles."
But now... he and Jinger are both out.
“In the spirit of the holiday season, Rebecca Minkoff will still be partnering with Toys For Tots at their L.A. store,” the description for the event reads on Eventbrite, with the company adding:
“Unfortunately, due to personal circumstances Jinger and Jeremy will no longer be making an appearance at the event, but [we] encourage you to donate to this great cause.”
That's rather vague and ominous, isn't it?
Adding intrigue to this story is what transpired just a day before... when Jinger was harshly dissed by the owners of a donut company.
Yes, a donut company.
On Wednesday, Fonuts founders Nancy Truman and Thom Furtado announced they were severing professional ties with Jinger after they received complains from fans who brought up the scandals linked to the Duggar family.
“Please accept our sincerest apology," Truman and Furtado wrote on Instagram.
"We apologize for our recent poor choice of promotional partner.
"We were shocked and dismayed to learn about who we were associating with. we recognize we really made a mistake by not properly researching them."
This critical statement concluded:
We would like you all to know, we promise to be more diligent in the future and will only work with people who truly represent our core values of kindness, inclusivity and transparency.
We are so sorry, and we really hope you will forgive us for this mistake.
The bakery didn't come out and specify the basis behind this decision -- but we all know about the never-ending Duggar controversies, don't we?
In 2015, it was revealed that Josh Duggar had molested several women, including his own sisters.
Elsewhere, Derick Dillard has been outspoken in his anti-LGBTQ views.
Heck, just last month, reports surfaced that Josh's business was raided by Homeland Security.
It's almost as if a family that cranks out this many children and holds such extreme conservative values is all kinds of effed up deep down inside.