Ex Reality TV star Derick Dillard has become the pariah not only of the LGBT community, TLC, Twitter and his "19 Kids and Counting" Duggar in-laws, but also on GoFundMe. After being fired from "Counting On" over social media "bullying" the husband of Jill Duggar [VIDEO] began yet another dubious donation campaign. For several reasons, Dillard's latest fundraiser has raised hackles, trolls, and what looks like buyouts from various Duggars, but little else.

Ex reality TV star has real money issues

Derick Dillard is an accountant, but he needs a financial adviser. Like Jim Bob Duggar, the dad of two doesn't hold a job and thinks reality television is a career.

With the dissolution of "19 Kids and Counting [VIDEO]" (thanks to Josh Duggar), and missionary work ending, thanks to Derick's lack of transparency, training, and sponsorship, Dillard took up the post of Twitter mercenary. His rants at transgender teen Jazz Jennings saw him booted from TLC "Counting On." Now he's trying online panhandling again.

Derick Dillard's poor timing

Derick ignored TLC's and maybe Duggar Family warnings to quit pestering the "I Am Jazz" kid. While on reality TV he started several charity fundraisers. One is accused of funds misuse and the other was pulled for scamming. Immediately upon being given marching orders from "Counting On" he started another iffy fundraiser, telling the same story but asking for $4,000 more. Whether TLC was right or wrong to fire him, folks struggle with the "19 Kids and Counting" Celebrities' begging.

'Counting On' critics question Dillards' financial hardship

"19 Kids and Counting" star Derick Dillard seems to confuse charity and for-profit. Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo have fundraising for Hurricane Harvey. Derick claimed to fundraise for humanitarian efforts but it was to fund his travel, Bible school tuition and expenses. His new GoFundMe [VIDEO] asks for $10,000 for the same things where his Pure Charity scam only asked $6,000. Duggar critics wonder why the extra $4K? They question why he needs money at all when Jill, Jinger, and Jana Duggar are worth one-half to one million each.

Dillard fundraiser troubles

Dillard's GoFundMe may be failing due to his insulting "personalized" "thank you" video which only "gold donors" who give $50 receive. "Counting On" critics blazed at the former reality TV star's arrogance thinking he was some kind of celebrity. So far, he's raised $3,164 from one anonymous $2,700 donation (Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar?) and lesser ones, perhaps from Jessa Duggar Seewald, Jinger or Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth who stand to profit from Josh's molestation lawsuit. The rest are joke donations from "Jim Bob Jennings," "Doosh Bags," "Yuza Grifter," and other trolls.