Jill, Jessa, Joy-Anna and Jinger sued the city of Springdale and its police department in 2017 for allegedly leaking police reports with their private information to tabloids resulting in severe emotional distress and being dropped from several lucrative brand partnerships.
Now, newly unsealed court documents revealed Jill only made around $10,000 in advertising and social media promotions in 2020, while one of her sisters made upwards of $100,000.
The sensitive information was disclosed during Jill's deposition that took place on September 1, 2021. The Counting On alum explained she received the meager revenue from her blog, promoting products on social media and YouTube advertisements, according to The Sun.
Some of the other Duggar sisters also disclosed their personal incomes. Jessa, 29, who is currently a stay-at-home mom to her four children, confessed she made roughly $30,000 from Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter. Joy-Anna, 24, admitted she made close to the same amount with her yearly income clocking in at $40,000 in 2020.
"I have companies - either I reach out to companies - or they reach out to me and - to promote different products," Joy-Anna explained during her deposition. "Could be beauty, could be, you know, baby stuff, home supplies, electronics, pretty much anything. I normally take pictures and post them with, like, links for people to - to use to get, you know, a discount."
However, Jinger, 28, shared she rolled in over a whopping $100,000 in 2020 from brand partnerships and proceeds from her book sales.
"Our neighbors bring boxes of food sometimes," Derick stated in his own deposition. "And I also got food through the pantry on campus."
Despite the Duggar family's testimonies, Judge Timothy L. Brooks dismissed the case in February on the grounds they failed to give the court "any direct proof or reasonable inference" the authorities released damaging private information to a publication.