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Little People’s Audrey Roloff claims she’s been ‘weathering a shame storm’ after brother-in-law Jacob’s attack

LITTLE People, Big World's Audrey Roloff posted that she’s “weathering a shame storm” after brother-in-law, Jacob Roloff, slammed her recent Black Lives Matter post.

The ex-reality star, 23, attended a BLM protest with wife Isabel Rock, 22, the day after he blasted Audrey for posting a video that was “not activism.”

Audrey - who is married to LPBW’s Jeremy Roloff, 30, shared a picture on her Instagram Stories of a dark, cloudy sky.

“Weathering a shame storm,” was written across the photo.

Jacob - who no longer appears on his family’s TLC series - seemed to have addressed the feud on his page Saturday.

The TV alum posted a picture that read: “Accountability feels like an attack when you’re not ready to acknowledge how your behavior harms others.”

Jacob and his wife, Isabel, posted a series of photos from a BLM protest on Saturday in their hometown of Bend, Oregon.

The couple brought their “protest pups” along for the outing and shared snapshots from the event.

“Surprisingly large turnout for Bend, around 3 thousand people!! Keep it going.

“Keep marching, keep confronting, keep talking, keep educating… For a better world NOW,” he wrote on his Stories.

Today’s protest posts comes just after he got into a heated debate with his sister-in-law over their differences in opinion regarding the current movement.

Audrey reposted her brother's video about unity to her Instagram Stories, and claimed it was in fact "police propaganda.”

Sharing the post to highlight what was wrong with it, Jacob wrote: "Things like this are very, very bad.

"White people with moneyed cameras and moneyed families using black music, black message, black faces, to spread police propaganda and white Christian voices while contributing nothing to the movement, no call to donation, no call to action; only empty gestures and fancy platitudes.

"This is not activism!" he concluded before adding a link to donate to a fund in George Floyd's daughter's name.

Jacob's wife Isabel echoed his sentiment and wrote: "Where is the call to action? A video is a video but where is the donation button?”

This isn’t the first time the politically active star disagreed with his famous family.

Earlier this month, Jacob said that he feels embarrassed being related to people who support President Trump.

It would appear to be a direct reference to Jeremy and Audrey, who has previously blogged her apparent support for Trump.

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