Josh Duggar court date

Josh Duggar Will Be Exposed In Court But Not On ‘Jill & Jessa Counting On’

Josh Duggar will appear in court roughly a week from now. This time, he is being sued by a Los Angeles DJ whose picture he used to create dating accounts on Ashley Madison, OkCupid, and several other sites. For this case, even the owners of the extramarital affairs service are getting subpoenaed to speak at the trial. While Duggar, 29, has had his share of public humiliation, it looks like it will continue in front of his wife Anna Duggar, his four kids, and his family.

The ex-star of 19 Kids and Counting has withdrawn himself from the public as he sought to rebuild his marriage and family after several scandals broke in 2015. Not only was he exposed for pursuing affairs on Ashley Madison even though he was married to Anna and had four kids with her, but he was also addicted to child pornography and had molested his four younger sisters, Jill, Jessa, Jinger, and Joy-Anna.

The Duggars expected the storm to calm down after two years. In early 2017, his parents, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, started posting a lot more frequently about their eldest son, posting photos from his childhood and on his birthday, showcasing his beautiful kids.

However, things are only getting worse for Josh, as he is expected to reveal his shameful past yet again in a week from now. Not only that, but it sounds like there will be multiple people there in court testifying against him.

“[A]s legal papers filed on June 7 in Los Angeles reveal, the Ashley Madison owners have been subpoenaed to testify on Duggar’s dating profile– and his attempts to solicit dates from individuals outside Arkansas, where he lives,” reports Radar Online.

Josh Duggar and his family are resolute in keeping a positive image of him. Most recently, the Duggars uploaded a picture of Josh and Anna taking part in their son’s birthday celebration.

Many of Jill & Jessa Counting On fans’ comments on the picture showed that they still cannot forgive and forget the things that Josh has done to his family.

“I love the show but I am not happy to see Josh,” Wendy Cassidy wrote. “I guess I am not as forgiving as you Church people. I would not want that man 5 feet in front of me with the woman he’s been with. You are stronger then him Anna, he is never going to change.”

While Josh is still not allowed to be on Jill & Jessa Counting On, he keeps appearing in his in-law’s social media accounts. He was on the family vlog about surprising Anna’s mother at her home. While he did not speak in the video, it looks like he is still included and loved by his extended family.

Do you think this lawsuit will create more strife in his family, or do you think Anna and his kids have forgiven him for everything he has done? Let us know in the comments below!

[Featured Image by Danny Johnston/AP Images]

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