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Josh Duggar to Return to TV, Claims Devil Made Him Touch His Sisters

Wednesday Jul 19, 2017

Like a bad penny, Cher farewell tour, or acute case of herpes, Josh Duggar is coming back.

According to a new report published by In Touch, the disgraced reality star and former anti-LGBT hate group mouth piece is preparing a return to the small screen. And according to Hollywood Life (via In Touch source) his comeback will be juicy.

"Josh will appear on the next season of his sisters' series," a source told InTouch. "The plan is for him to address everything he's done. What he has to say will be ratings gold, and TLC - and the Duggars - know it."

Everything he's done? That's a tall order when you consider the admitted child molestation followed by the Ashley Madison adultery scandal, not to mention the allegations of rough sex with a porn model.

"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," In Touch's 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."

In short - the devil made him do it.

Outside of the obvious need for attention, why would Duggar return to the screen for humiliation in front of millions of viewers?

Hollwood Gossip says that he "isn't doing well" with his post hate group and reality TV career choice as a used car salesman. And according to a recent report by Radar Online, the feeling may be mutual.

In April, a source told Radar Online that Duggar recently forgot to do something very important when allowing someone to test drive a vehicle. He forgot to take down the potential customer's driver's license. With the keys to a Toyota MR2 in his hand and no paper trail to return to, the customer drove off the lot and didn't come back.

It gets worse.

Apparently Duggar wasn't the only half-wit working on the used car lot that day. Prior to driving off in his new wheels, the thief sold his handgun to one of Duggar's co-workers who noticed it sitting on the seat of the truck in which he drove up. And according to a police report obtained by Radar, the gun was used in an aggravated assault earlier that day.

But wait, there's more.

The Dodge Ram that the perpetrator left behind after driving off, was stolen also.


  • cozmo cozmo, 2017-07-20 17:35:30

    So that makes it ok.

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