Amy Duggar reveals toy kids were ‘banned’ from playing with & accuses controversial family of being like a ‘cult’

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AMY Duggar has claimed her family of Counting On fame – more formerly 19 Kids and Counting – was not allowed to have an innocuous toy growing up.

She said Cabbage Patch dolls were deemed “demons” in a scathing new TikTok while using the word “cult.”

Amy, 36, wrote over her video of a Cabbage Patch Kids doll: “The IBLP teach some questionable practices. Including this weird idea.

“Back when Cabbage Patch dolls were popular it was a rule you couldn’t bring one home.

“Bc they were filled with demons. No joke. They were considered very sinful. Dolls.”

She captioned the shocking upload: “Let’s try this again…this is what people in the IBLP still believe. I will speak truth about how I feel about this cult.”

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  1. A family can become a “cult” by using the same manipulation cults use, such as imposed social isolation, to reinforce a dictatorial parent’s control.

  2. This will probably be a good look at how Gwen Shamblin lived and how she controlled Remnant Fellowship, which has been called a “cult.”

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