The new issue of In Touch magazine obtained a police report that says Josh Duggar "had just turned 14" when he came to his father "very upset and crying" and confessed to molesting girls.
One victim "Remembered one time when she woke up and (Josh) was 'taking her blanket away.'"
Meanwhile, Fox News host Megyn Kelly is firing back at criticism that she plans to take it easy on Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar in their big interview.
She said, “This isn't going to be a cross-examination of a family. It's going to be an interview.”
The Duggars are speaking out for the first time on Kelly’s show on Wednesday night about the bombshell revelation that their eldest son Josh sexually molested young girls when he was a teenager.
Kelly said, “Nothing is off limits. I don't plan on getting into the specific detail of what was done, because my understanding is the victims don't want to discuss it either.”
Some are questioning just how tough Kelly will be on the popular reality show family of 19 Kids and Counting.
CNN Senior Media Correspondent Brian Stelter told INSIDE EDITION, "It is really important to Megyn Kelly that she appears to be tough and fair. Tough is a really important word here. She wants to be perceived as a tough interviewer, someone that does not hold back. At the same time, she doesn't want Duggar's fans to be mad at her for beating up on the family."
Now we'll hear the Duggar’s side of the scandal.
Watch Below: Crisis Inside Duggar Family Grows as Details Surface on Josh's Child Molesting