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Report: Josh Duggar Had Two Accounts On Ashley Madison Adultery Website

Former Family Research Council (FRC) executive director of action and TV reality star Josh Duggar allegedly had two accounts on the adultery website Ashley Madison, according to a new report.

The Ashley Madison website was recently hacked and information about its 32 million members was posted online by the hackers.

Gawker reports that one Ashley Madison account was charged to a credit card that belonged to "Joshua J. Duggar" at his grandmother Mary's address in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

A second account allegedly listed Duggar's former address in Oxon Hill, Maryland, in July 2014. Duggar lived in Oxon Hill while fighting against gay marriage and supporting traditional marriage for the FRC (video below).

Gawker claims that $986.76 was spent on the two accounts from February 2013 to May 2015.

ABC News reported in May of this year that Duggar resigned from the FRC amid past claims that he had molested underage girls, including some of his sisters, as a teen (video below).

Duggar, a self-described Christian, issued an apology for some past actions, but was not specific. The New York Daily News noted in June that Duggar, his wife Anna and their children moved out of their home in Oxon Hill and headed back to Arkansas.

The first Ashley Madison account's date of birth reportedly said February 3, 1988, and the second account listed March 2, 1988. Duggar's birthday is March 3, 1988.

Gawker has contacted TLC, FRC and a Duggar family spokesperson for comment, but has not received any response yet.

Sources: Gawker, ABC News via YouTube, New York Daily News / Photo Credit: ABC News Screenshot


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