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Follow along if you're intrigued, and we'll give you the rundown on the untold truth of was able to access a hidden police report from 2006 via a Freedom of Information Act request that detailed the incidents, including police interviews with the two parents, but not with Josh himself.
The abuses would likely never have come to light if, according to interviews, a family friend who was in the know hadn't written notes about Josh's actions, stashed them in a book, and then forgetfully lent the book to a friend who discovered the letter and notified police in 2006 (you can't make this stuff up).
The family and certain members of their religious community knew about the attacks that occurred from 2002-2003, but did not immediately alert authorities.
It's common knowledge that the Duggars have long chosen to home school their kids.
But did you know that the Christian curriculum they follow has its own share of sexual abuse scandals?
Nancy Campbell, a representative of the Quiverfull movement has publicly stated the group's belief that they are building an army for God.
When, at the age of 45, the Michelle Duggar announced that the family would soon welcome baby number 20, the clan was all smiles. What stirred up controversy surrounding this sad event was the family's decision to name, photograph, and have a full funeral service for the would-be twentieth Duggar.
, broke the story that in a massive hack of Ashley Madison.com, the notorious extramarital affair hookup website, Josh Duggar's name and address was publicly associated with two separate monthly "affair guaranteed" level accounts, for which he had so far paid "a total of 6.76." Josh, who had proposed to his wife on an episode of , remained mum for a few weeks, and then posted a public apology on his mother Michelle's popular blog.
His apology included the following statement: "While espousing faith and family values, I have secretly over the last several years been viewing pornography on the internet and this became a secret addiction and I became unfaithful to my wife." Get ready to a) get some insight into the questionable reason the Duggar parents treated Josh's molestation crimes the way they did and b) feel extremely creeped out.
He ran on an anti-abortion, family values platform, and served for one term in the early 2000s, before challenging the Arkansas incumbent for his senate seat and losing in 2002.
A few years before any news of his sex scandals reached the public, Josh Duggar openly accepted a position with "anti-gay rights" group, the Family Research Council.
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