Duggars Sisters Speak Out About 'Helpless' Feelings

Duggar sisters Jessa and Jill.
Duggar sisters Jessa and Jill. (Facebook)

They feel "violated," but not in the way you might expect. 

Duggar sisters Jill Dillard and Jessa Seewald told Fox's Megyn Kelly their feelings of helplessness do not come from their brother Josh's actions, but the media's response. 

Josh, the eldest Duggar son, enrolled in rehab after news surfaced he cheated on his wife Anna through an Ashley Madison account.  

In late May, Josh addressed allegations he molested five minors, including sisters Jill and Jessa.  

While many have vocally supported the Duggar girls, posting comments about how they "feel" for the victims, the sisters are saying that's precisely why they feel "violated." 

Watch the video to see more. 

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