‘I ACTED IN EXCUSABLY’: Famous Christian Admits To Molesting Girls, Quits Family Research Council

Published on May 22, 2015

Josh Duggar, one of the famous children from the TLC show ’19 Kids and Counting’ had stepped down from the Family Research Council after molestation claims a decade old have been revealed.

The telegenic world of the Duggar family has come crashing down this week, with the family finally breaking their silence Thursday afternoon after decade-old molestation claims and cover up were revealed.

The Christian stars of TLC’s hit 19 Kids and Counting confirmed eldest son Josh molested young girls when he was a teen, that they knew about it, and it was revealed he told his wife about it before they married.

Arkansas native Josh has also resigned from his position at the DC conservative lobbying group as Executive Director on Thursday as well, a job he took in the summer of 2013, uprooting his wife and three young children in the process.

‘Twelve years ago, as a young teenager, I acted inexcusably for which I am extremely sorry and deeply regret. I hurt others, including my family and close friends,’ Josh, 27, said in a statement.

The police report that revealed the claims was redacted and did not include names of his victims, but it also contradicts some of what Josh said on Thursday

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