Josh Duggar Isn't Acting Like He's Sorry for Cheating on His Wife

Ugh. Josh Duggar may have left rehab early, and from the looks of it, it may have been way too early. According to a source close to the family, Josh doesn't even feel sorry for what he's put Anna and the rest of his family through this past year.


According to reports, a plane carrying Jim Bob Duggar, at least one of his sons, and two additional passengers was spotted in Rockford, Illinois, this week. Josh's immediate younger brother John David has his pilot's license, and often ferries family members in the general regional area, so it's probably safe to assume that this was his plane.

Josh entered the strict Christian rehab center last August, after getting caught cheating on his wife in the Ashley Madison hack. Participants reportedly sign on for six-month stints, so if Josh did leave with his family, it's way too early.

Then again ... is it possible that he decided to quit, or even got booted out of the program?

A family insider revealed to ET that the family has been very close-lipped about the ordeal. "I think they just don't really trust a lot of people right now, so they want to keep things on a 'need-to-know' basis," the source said.

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The insider also said that it's possible Josh still doesn't feel any remorse for his actions. "It would be different if Josh was actually sorry," the source said. "He could have said 'I've got problems,' but instead, he hid it. When you live in a fishbowl, people are going to find out."

It's hard to know where Josh's heart really is, but for Anna's sake, we just hope that he's actually feeling sorry for what he did.


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