Kate Gosselin’s bodyguard (and rumored former lover) Steve Neild lent a helping hand to disgraced 19 Kids and Counting star Josh Duggar as he move out of his house.
Steve Neild was seen helping 27-year-old Josh Duggar, his wife and their three children move out of their Oxon Hill, Maryland home, which Duggar recently listed for rental.
Apparently, bodyguard Steve Neild frequently helps out with duties for many TLC stars. He regularly travels with Kate Gosselin, 40, who split from ex-husband Jon Gosselin in 2009. He most recently provided security while Kate Gosselin filmed Celebrity Apprentice.
As for Josh Duggar, his change of residence comes in the wake of the molestation scandal that has left the entire Duggar family in turmoil. TLC still has not determined the fate of 19 Kids and Counting following the revelation that Josh Duggar molested young girls, including two of his little sisters, when he was a teenager.
Josh Duggar moves family back to Arkansas, hires Kate Gosselin's bodyguard http://t.co/uvrriFDfSO – @CBSShowbiz pic.twitter.com/IsZoLcRMfs
— CBS News (@CBSNews) June 10, 2015
Josh Duggar is apparently planning to move closer to the family’s homestead in Tontitown, Arkansas.
Patriarch and matriarch Jim Bob and Michelle gave a talked-about interview to Fox News’ Megyn Kelly on Wednesday, June 3. In the interview, the parents of Josh Duggar questioned how the media was able to obtain the police documents that detailed the abuses.
Exclusive: Kate Gosselin's bodyguard Steve Neild is helping Josh Duggar move. http://t.co/IuQwo0u6Ko pic.twitter.com/rDFeOv3j99
— Us Weekly (@usweekly) June 9, 2015
The Duggars say they are trying to put the past in its place and move forward following the media blitz and lamented that the whole family may be punished as a result of one child’s decisions.
“At this point our family is just trying to regroup from these attacks,” Jim Bob said when asked whether TLC will cancel the reality show. “I don’t know if the rest of our family should be punished for the act of one of our children — something that happened 12 years ago — or not, but you know, we are fine whether they film us or not. We’re going to live life and we’re going to go on and serve God.”