Amy Duggar's Husband Gets Painfully Real About the Josh Situation

Josh Duggar may be back home after six months in rehab, but it appears that not everyone is thrilled to have him around again. According to In Touch, Amy (Duggar) King's husband Dillon King doesn't think Josh's family will ever fully recover from what he put them through.


King told the magazine, "It's not ever going to be the same ... It's not ever going to be what it was."

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Last spring, a police report was leaked that Josh had molested four of his sisters and another underage babysitter when he was a young teen. TLC canceled 19 Kids and Counting soon after, and he let the family do a whirlwind media tour defending him, even though he was hiding another horrific secret.

In August, Josh confessed to cheating on his wife Anna when he was exposed in the Ashley Madison hack. He also admitted to being addicted to pornography, and he's been in a faith-based rehab center ever since.

Dillon apparently isn't the only one with hesitations about Josh being home. An anonymous insider reportedly told In Touch, "There are people in the extended family who definitely won't bring their children near Josh."

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Ugh -- the person I feel the worst for is Anna, who actually has four children with this man. I really hope that she's not being shunned just because her husband acted like an ass. She already has enough emotional trauma to deal with, don't you think?

Anyway, I do have to agree with Dillon. Even if the whole family is able to forgive Josh and move on, it's never going to go back to the way it was.


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