Duggar, wife Anna, and baby number four last month.


Now lookie lookie here. It turns out that married dad of four and self-proclaimed righteous Christian Josh Duggar appears to have had an account on that naughty, cheat-on-your-spouse website that has been hacked called Ashley Madison, Gawker reports.

Making it all the more sleazy? He allegedly paid his dues with a credit card registered to his grandmother’s house and opted for a package with an "affair guarantee ...or your money back."


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Duggar dabbled on Ashley Madison for two years, according to Gawker’s database analysis of website info released by hackers online.

At the time, he was a top dog at the Family Research Council, which insists that marriage can only be between a man and a woman and that that is “the seedbed of virtue, and the wellspring of society."

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This is another black eye for Duggar, one of the stars of the now-canceled TLC reality show “19 Kids and Counting.”

The show was yanked from the air earlier this year after Duggar’s past molestations of five underage girls, including four of his sisters, was exposed.

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A credit card belonging to Joshua J. Duggar that comes back to his granny Mary’s — yes Mary—Fayetteville, Ark. house spent $986.76 for two Ashley Madison subscriptions, according to Gawker.

Duggar and his wife, Anna, welcomed baby number four last month. So far, she has stood by her man.

So have two of the sisters he admitted molesting —Jill, 24, and Jessa, 22.

Ashley Madison's database was hacked last month and on Tuesday a chunk of personal info about its subscribers was dumped on the net.

So far, Team Duggar has remained mum on the new alleged scandal.

People.com writes “that this will likely only cement the (TLC) network's decision to end their relationship with the Duggars.”

"It was pretty improbable that there were going to be any specials on any of the Duggars anyway," a source told the celeb mag. "But now, with this, there's virtually no chance. It's basically just over now."


John A. Oswald is editor-at-large at Metro and can be found on Twitter@nyc_oz.
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