Category: Josh Duggar
Pregnant Anna Duggar has been more MIA than usual of late, leading many fans (and tabloids) to speculate on whether or not she secretly gave birth to her fifth child with husband Josh Duggar. That question has been answered thanks to a new video of Anna, Josh, and others from the Duggar clan arriving in Rockford, Illinois after a flight aboard "The Spirit of Tontitown" (aka the Duggar's private airplane).
It’s been two years since Josh Duggar’s secret past was exposed to the public. He reportedly sexually abused five minors, four of whom were his own sisters, when he was a teenager. This bombshell news was soon followed by more recent scandals. He checked into a Christian counseling and rehab center after it was revealed he was cheating on his wife Annawith the help of affair website Ashley Madison. Now there are reports that he’s person-non-gratis no longer with his family and their reality shows. He’s reportedly coming back to television to open up about his indiscretions. The report also claims that he won’t be apologizing, though, because he feels like “outside” forces made him do the things he did.
It appears that Josh Duggar is slowly but surely inserting himself back in the public eye. Just a month after a family friend posted a video of Josh online, the official Duggar family Youtube channel shared a video of Josh, his pregnant wife Anna, and their children offering up congratulations to Jill and Derick Dillard on the birth of their son, Samuel Scott.
Josh Duggar has refiled his lawsuit against the City of Springdale, Arkansas, In Touch magazine and others claiming that he "suffered harm and is entitled to declaratory relief, injunctive relief, compensatory damages, punitive damages, attorneys' fees, costs, and any other available remedies and relief" because of the release of documents pertaining to his molestation of young girls when he was 14 and 15.
In what almost seems like a Friday news dump move, Josh Duggar's attorney quietly filed a motion earlier today asking to withdraw his previous motion to join the federal lawsuit filed by his sisters (and victims) against those responsible for releasing and publishing the documents revealing Josh molested young girls when he was 14 years old. That's quite a sentence, I know, and it actually contains more words than the motion itself!