Amy Duggar, the cousin of the reality television siblings featured on "19 Kids and Counting" is clearing up rumors of a feud between her and her cousin Jana over football star Tim Tebow.
Tebow, the 27-year-old evangelical Christian football star-turned SEC college football analyst, was linked to popular Christian reality television stars in the Duggar family, after reports surfaced that Jim Bob Duggar would like the athlete to date his daughter Jana. While Tebow's representatives denied the claims, Amy decided to take to her own Instagram to clear things up after some news outlets speculated that she and cousin Jana were on bad terms because of the Christian athlete.
Amy posted an image of a tabloid article that read, "Exclusive Duggar Drama! Cousin Amy Trying to Steal Tim Tebow From Jana."
She attempted to clear up the rumors once and for all surrounding Tebow with her caption for the image.
"Looks like the tabloids are at it again," Amy's Instagram reads. "Jana and I laughed so hard about this, we've never even met Tim Tebow. #allsmilesnodrama."
Tebow has been the subject of countless headlines since winning the Heisman Trophy as a QB at the University of Florida. Some of those headlines include linking him to possible marital prospects, with the latest Star magazine headline being no exception.
While Duggar patriarch Jim Bob did post an image with his wife and Pam Tebow at a Loving Choices Pregnancy Center's fundraiser in Springdale, Arkansas last month, he also made it clear that he would not choose who his children should marry.
"I do not choose who my children marry ... Over the years, I have suggested guys to my daughters or we have had a lot of guys that approach us and are interested in this girl or that girl, but each of our girls have chosen their spouse on their own," Jim Bob told People.