Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald

For the first time since reports that Josh Duggar molested young girls, one of his immediate family members may be stepping away from playing supportive sister. Jessa Seewald seems to be subtly objecting to her brother's actions.

On Monday, both Jessa and her husband Ben shared a link to a sermon titled "The Passions That Prevent Adultery." Nothing terribly special on its own, but on Tuesday, Jessa shared on her Facebook page her father-in-law's blog post that called Josh a "hypocritical Christian" after he admitted to using the Ashley Madison website to cheat on his wife. The post was rather lengthy and very clearly anti-Josh. Has the Duggar clan lost one of its own now that Jessa has sided with her in-law?

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Such a shift would be a first for the 19 Kids and Counting family. After all, she and her sister Jill Duggar, who were two of the sisters that Josh had molested in childhood, even defended their brother on Fox News and said that the entire Duggar family had moved on. Jessa made a point to tell Megyn Kelly that Josh is not "a child molester, or a pedophile, or a rapist....he made some bad choices, but really the extent of it was mild, inappropriate touching..."