UPDATE: FRC’s Josh Duggar Confessed To Molesting His Own Sisters (And Oprah Knew!)

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Via TMZ:

Josh Duggar, one of the members of the family that stars in TLC’s “19 Kids and Counting” … was the subject of a police investigation for allegedly sexually molesting 5 girls, some of whom are his sisters. The story was broken by In Touch Weekly, but TMZ has confirmed with law enforcement that Josh Duggar — who was around 14 at the time — was the alleged molester against 5 girls starting in 2002.

According to the police report, Josh fondled the genitals and breasts of the girls, some of whom were sleeping, but sometimes they were interacting with him … in one case reading a book. There was another reported incident 9 months later. According to the police report, the police were not immediately contacted. Instead, Jim Bob, the dad, met with church elders and agreed Josh should be put in a treatment program. The police report says Josh’s mom, Michelle, said it wasn’t really a treatment center … they simply sent Josh to a guy who was remodeling a building to do manual labor.

In 2006, the family was scheduled to appear on “Oprah,” and before the show someone sent an email to Harpo warning that Josh had molested girls. Harpo forwarded the email to a hotline, which triggered a police investigation. Cops wanted to question Josh, but Jim Bob lawyered him up and Josh declined the invitation.

The New York Daily News reports that not only did Josh Dugg “allegedly” sexually assault several young women, but his father also waited more than a year before contacting law enforcement. A 2006 Springdale, Ark., police report shows that Josh had been investigated for several offenses against five female minors, including “forcible fondling,” with some of the offenses investigated as felonies.

Josh Duggar. Tony Perkins and the Family Research Council and TLC have all remained silent since the story broke.

 

 

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Will Kohler

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  1. The family is nothing but self righteous pond scum, lying, pure white trash. They are on a bobsled straight to hell. I smell a show cancellation……

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