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Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Josh Duggar Reportedly Has No Remorse for Cheating Via Ashley Madison

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Josh Duggar's bad behavior has been grabbing headlines for months now and while he has publicly apologized for embarrassing his wife Anna and the rest of the Duggar family, his sincerity is now being questioned. He came clean almost immediately after being linked to an active Ashley Madison account and admitted that he wasted thousands of dollars for the thrill of hooking up with other site users and apologized for his hypocritical behavior. Once a stripper also came out of the wood work with a story to tell, Duggar checked himself into a religious rehab program, leaving poor Anna to deal with the fallout while caring for the couples' four small children.

Is Duggar really sorry for the mountain of hurt and embarrassment that his actions have caused? According to a report by Entertainment Tonight, not really.

 "While Josh’s public statements have been filled with apologies for viewing porn online – a confession that has since been removed – and being unfaithful to his wife, Anna, a source close to the Duggar family tells ET Josh has “no remorse.”

“No remorse,” the source says. “He is not the person everyone thought they knew.”
Josh even joked about the molestation allegations when they first came to light earlier this year, the source tells ET. The Duggar family has also discovered that Josh had multiple social media profiles through Facebook, OKCupid and other sites. Because Josh traveled for work “all the time,” the source says it wouldn’t be surprising if multiple mistresses reveal themselves. “Anna didn’t check up on Josh because she trusted him,” the source says.

It kind of sounds like those close to Duggar think that he might be more sorry for getting caught than he is about his actions in the first place. What are your thoughts on this? Is he really just that shady guy that can't help but live a double life or will this trip to rehab actually "fix" whatever is actually wrong?