The Duggar family can’t seem to catch a break in regard to their oldest son Josh Duggar. As the Ashley Madison hack was spewed across the news, it came to light that the oldest Duggar child was allegedly an avid user of the website, spending nearly $1,000 to secure an affair. In fact, it was disclosed that Josh Duggar was so adamant about securing an affair that he paid $250 for an “affair guarantee” in which Ashley Madison “guaranteed” an affair within three months or your money back. Josh did not receive his money back and continued using the website until March of 2015 when the molestation scandal rocked the Duggar home. However, it wasn’t just payment details that were made public in the data dump. Messages allegedly sent by Duggar and his “turn-ons” were also released.
Gawker reveals that Josh Duggar was allegedly an avid Ashley Madison user from February of 2013 until May of 2015. The oldest Duggar son’s credit card was charged $986.76 for the services including a $250 charge for an “affair guarantee.” According to CNN Money, the “affair guarantee” is offered by Ashley Madison to provide assurance to customers that they will have an affair within three months.
“Customers who buy 1,000 credits for $250 receive a money-back “affair guarantee,” if they don’t have an affair within three months.”
With the accounts in operation between February of 2013 and May of 2015, a number of “messages” were also detailed in the data dump. In one message Josh notes that he is looking “to have a steamy affair” and says that he just wants to “have a good time” with someone “passionate.” He goes on to say that after the affair they could “see where it leads.” In another message, the Duggar son says he is “really open” and that the user should let him know their fantasy so they could play it out.
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Josh noted on the account that he preferred an affair partner with “a secret love nest” and noted that he prefers “professional” and “well-groomed” women. You can read more about Josh Duggar’s listed “turn-ons” and the financial break-down of Duggar’s Ashley Madison account here.
How do we know for sure that this account was being operated by Josh Duggar? Gawker notes that the credit card used on the account had the name “Joshua Duggar” as the cardholder, with billing information sent to the home of his grandmother Mary Duggar. Additional damning evidence includes the fact that a second account with Josh Duggar’s name was created to reflect his move to the Washington, D.C. area.
Do you think the Duggar family will make a public response to the Ashley Madison leak and Josh Duggar’s account? Do the Ashley Madison messages sent by Josh Duggar surprise you?
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