Let's be very clear up front:
We don't know for certain what Anna Duggar is thinking these days, let alone what she is doing.
The mother of six hasn't said a word in public since her husband, Josh, got arrested on child pornography charges in late April.
But how can we not speculate, right?
How can we not wonder how Anna has managed to stick with Josh first through a molestation scandal... then through his admitted infidelity... and now through THIS?
The former reality star is accused of downloading graphic videos of kids as young as 18 months old and yet:
Anna has not condemned his actions; nor, of course, has she filed for divorce.
"Divorce is never going to be a first option [for Anna]," a supposed friend told Fox News earlier this month. "It's going to be a last, last resort."
Based on new information, however, it doesn't sound as if Anna will ever arrive at that resort.
We can't believe the following rumor is true, but it comes from blogger Katie Joy of Without a Crystal Ball, someone often locked in on various celebrity gossip happenings.
According to this source, Anna spends most nights with her husband at the home of the Rebers, the third-party custodians who were appointed by a judge to serve as Josh's temporary guardians.
Josh, as you likely know by now, is not allowed to be near his own children without a fellow adult around, a judge decreed back on May 6.
Lacount and Maria Reber therefore stepped in during a court hearing two-plus months ago and volunteered to take the accused pedophile in.
“We want to help the family and minister to them," Maria said at the time, confessing that she was abiding by her partner and adding:
"My husband has made the decision and I'm here to support that decision."
Since that decision was made, it's come out that Anna's brother is engaged to the Rebers' daughter, a bizarre and seemingly creepy romantic arrangement.
Was some sort of deal struck between Jim Bob Duggar and Lacount Reber?
Did the former vow to marry off the latter's daughter if Reber agreed to put a roof over Josh's head until his November trial?
It's all just too weird and digusting to even talk about.
As for Anna herself?
She has reportedly been living inside of a warehouse on her in-laws' property for many months now.
She's also pregnant and is the mother of six young kids: Maryella Hope, 5 months, Mason Garrett, 3½, Meredith Grace, 5½, Marcus Anthony, 7½, Michael James, 9½, and Mackynzie Renée, 11.
Is she leaving them at home each night to go sleep with Josh?
Is she taking them with her to the Rebers' residence?
We can't answer either of these questions at the moment.
To be clear, neither move would be a violation of the aforementioned judge's ruling.
Josh is simply banned from being alone with any minors, including his own.
If Anna really is staying with her husband many times per week, it would simply be the latest signal that she's sadly living in a world of dangerous make-believe.
A few weeks ago, multiple insiders claimed that Anna believes Josh is innocent of these charges and that she's been blaming various members of the Duggar family for these circumstances.
"Anna is really struggling with Josh's arrest, and she's still at war with his parents Jim Bob and Michelle," a source told The Sun in late June, adding:
"She still lives in the warehouse on Duggar land but isn't particularly welcome at the main house at the moment."
Continued this report at the time:
"She has been pointing the finger at everyone else for what has happened to Josh, she's falling out with family members and isolating herself."
It's just so tragic all around.
For so many reasons, you know?
"Anna is not happy with the Rebers because Maria said she was uncomfortable being alone with Josh, and she is adamant he's innocent and is not a danger," The Sun also wrote in early July.
The outlet then perhaps teased a confirmation of what we just heard about where Anna spends her evenings:
"[Anna] frequently goes to see Josh at their house and takes the kids, but she doesn’t converse with the Rebers much at all."
If convicted on both charges, Josh could be sentenced to 40 years in jail.