Crisis Inside Duggar Family Grows as More Details Are Revealed around Josh's Child Molesting
The fallout from Josh Duggar's child molestation admissions is continuing to grow and affect the whole family.
We're getting our first look inside the Duggar family crisis over the bombshell revelation that Josh Duggar molested five girls when he was a teenager.
The new issue of People magazine headlines "The Duggars' Dark Secrets,” and says the family is "devastated" by the release of a 2006 police report alleging that Josh fondled the underage girls, often when they were sleeping.
Charlotte Triggs of People told INSIDE EDITION, "The family is absolutely devastated and right now they are not focused on the future of their show. They really don't care if they are not on television again. They are trying to come together as a family and really support one another."
A source close to the Duggar family tells People that Josh's parents, Michelle and Jim Bob, realize they may lose their popular TV show because of the scandal.
The source said, "They know that they did the best they could, but it doesn't mean they're not filled with regret. Right now they're just focused on their faith and each other."
Big-name advertisers like General Mills, Payless Shoes, Comfort Inn, Quality Inn, Choice Hotels and others have announced they’re dropping the show.
TLC is still deciding the future of 19 And Counting.
Watch Below: Women in Duggars' Church Warn of Josh's Behavior 8 Years Ago
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