Jill Duggar and her husband Derick Dillard have had a horrible year if we are being honest. First of all, Derick was fired from “Counting On” after he made transphobic remarks toward transgender television star, Jazz Jennings. Jill's husband was then again in more trouble after he was fired as he went online to beg for money [VIDEO] from his very dedicated fans. He wanted the money so he could finish his education, but this was seen by many as a scam so the Duggar family fans would give him money. Well, now the couple is in a lot of hot water from their fans after they posted something online.

Why are Jill Duggar and her husband Derick Dillard under fire?

The Duggar pair is under fire because they posted a picture online of their Christmas tree, and it is already surrounded by presents.

Now, if you are wondering why some individuals are angry about that, it is about their financial situation. Dillard has recently been online begging for money, so people are wondering how Dillard and his wife were able to afford all of these presents. For example, one Duggar commenter wrote: “How many ‘gifts’ were bought with other peoples money?” While another wrote, “THOSE PRESENTS WERE BOUGHT WITH MONEY YOU DONATED!”

Now, if you are wondering how much money he has received from his fundraising efforts, here is the scoop. This Duggar family member has asked for ten thousand dollars online, and he is currently close to halfway there. He has earned around three thousand dollars at this point, but that could change at any point. It is also worth mentioning that the Duggar husband has made videos to thank his fans for donating money to him so he can complete his ministry education.

What are the other reasons why people are angry with Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard?

There are a few other reasons to why the Duggar fans are angry with this controversial couple. However, the one mentioned here is how he allegedly tried to scam plenty of Duggar fans out of their hard-earned money. What he did was create a fund-raising page for himself the day after Hurricane Harvey hit Houston. This made many people think that he was stealing money from the victims of the hurricane. The site hosting the fundraiser also thought that this was a bit selfish, so they decided that they were going to get rid of the fundraiser out of respect for the victims.

If you want to keep up with this family, you can watch them on TLC and follow them on social media.