Josh Duggar Doesn't Think He Needs to Apologize for His Actions

We're really hoping this isn't true. According to a source, Josh Duggar doesn't feel sorry at all for his multiple sex scandals last year, and has no plans to apologize for molesting his sisters as a young teen, and for cheating on his wife Anna.


An insider told In Touch that Josh was planning to make an appearance on Jill and Jessa: Counting On, but that saying sorry wasn't on his to-do list. 

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The source told the mag:

Josh will cover everything and he will maintain the family line that God has saved his soul and guided him back to the right path. But one thing you probably won't hear is that he's actually sorry, as he believes that external forces were to blame for his behavior.

External forces? Sorry, but was he sexually assaulted, or did he (as he admitted) use the notorious infidelity website Ashley Madison to hook up with other women while his pregnant wife was home taking care of their children?

Then again, another source at TLC has stated that Josh will not be given any screen time on their network, so we're hoping that the part about Josh not feeling responsible for his actions is totally bogus too.

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Last August, before he voluntarily entered rehab for seven months, he made a public statement that seemed to show that he knew he was the only one to blame for his bad choices. At the time, he wrote, "As I am learning the hard way, we have the freedom to choose our actions, but we do not get to choose our consequences. I deeply regret all the hurt I have caused so many by being such a bad example."

We can't imagine that he'd change his tune after nearly a year of intense therapy and soul-searching.



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