Josh Duggar Reportedly Has One Heck of an Explanation for His Horrible Behavior

Josh and Anna Duggar

Just when we thought we'd heard every excuse in the book for Josh Duggar's sexual abuse of his younger sisters ... we get thrown this one. Apparently, he didn't molest four of his sisters and another underage babysitter because he's a terrible person; he did it because the devil made him.


Yup, according to an In Touch Weekly source, Josh may be coming back on the new season of Counting On to explain his actions, which include not only molesting his sisters and a family friend, but also using the cheating website Ashley Madison to be unfaithful to his wife Anna.

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After both sex scandals came out in 2015, TLC canceled 19 Kids and Counting, only to turn around and basically rename it Counting On. One of the conditions has been that Josh not appear on camera, but that looks like it might be changing soon.

An insider reported to In Touch that "Josh will appear on the next season of his sisters' series," and that "the plan is for him to address everything he's done." They added, "What he has to say will be ratings gold, and TLC -- and the Duggars -- know it."

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Ugh. The worst part is that according to the source, Josh will attempt to explain away his awfulness by blaming Satan. "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," the source said. "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."

Sorry, Josh, we're not buying it. The best thing you can do is stay out of the spotlight and treat your pregnant wife (yes, they are currently expecting baby number five) like the queen she is for letting you back into her life. Most of us would've kicked your sorry butt to the curb long ago.

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