Former TLC star Josh Duggar alleged to have multiple Ashley Madison accounts

Former TLC star Josh Duggar alleged to have multiple Ashley Madison accounts

Former TLC star Josh Duggar alleged to have multiple Ashley Madison accounts

1432248049_josh-duggar-articleAccording to the Daily Mail, former TLC reality star and admitted child molester, Josh Duggar is alleged to have multiple Ashley Madison accounts. Ashley Madison is a website who tagline is “Life is short. Have an affair”. The site is kind of like a Craigslist for kink.

According to the article in the Daily Mail, information released on a site on the Dark Web alleges:

‘Someone using a credit card belonging to a Joshua J. Duggar, with a billing address that matches the home in Fayetteville, Arkansas owned by his grandmother Mary – a home that was consistently on their now-cancelled TV show, and in which Anna Duggar gave birth to her first child – paid a total of $986.76 for two different monthly Ashley Madison subscriptions from February of 2013 until May of 2015.

Duggar resigned from the Family Research Council in May of this year after the reports of molestation first surfaced. In his resignation letter, Duggar insisted that his bad choices had been made as a teenager.

“…and I’m heartbroken that any attention has been diverted from these noble causes to my wrong actions as a young teenager. I am so thankful for God’s grace, forgiveness and redemptive heart that allowed me to transform into a man of faith and testimony.”

It is difficult to think of these latest revelations without thinking of the odd and creepy interview on Fox with two of Josh Duggar’s sisters/victims.


The parents offered all of these children up as lambs to the slaughter for the almighty dollar. In the future, Josh Duggar’s new best friends should be honesty, prayer and therapy. Lots of therapy.

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  • Carolyn says:

    I know this is an opinion site, but whatever happened to reporting and commenting on something that is actually *confirmed*? This is just gossip at this point. and is below what I expect from Victory Girls. You’re no better than some entertainment rag by commenting on this at this time.

  • Rosalie says:

    I think your last paragraph is an exaggeration and indicates prejudice. Granted, I wouldn’t want my family on TV, but they did portray a decent lifestyle and I think they are decent people. Their son does not make the entire family bad. It can happen to any family.

  • Josh Duggar allegedly paid for two memberships to cheating website Ashley Madison, which was uncovered in a hack of the site.

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