Outta There! Duggars Leave Josh's Rehab Center After Overnight Visit

Josh Duggar Rehab Visit Over
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Nov. 11 2015, Updated 6:19 p.m. ET

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They're coming home!

As exclusively reported, the Duggar family headed to the Midwest on their private plane yesterday morning, seemingly for a visit to disgraced son Josh's Bible-based rehab center in Rockford, Illinois.

According to Flight Aware, the clan landed in Milwaukie, Wisconsin, just over an hour from Reformers Unanimous treatment center, where the 27-year-old father of four has prayed the days away since confessing to a sex addiction and infidelity in August.

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Now, Radar can reveal that pilot John David, 25, and his passengers took off from Chicago/Rockford International Airport this afternoon around 2:30 pm central time, with plans to land back in their native Springdale, Arkansas tonight at 6:45 pm.

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It is unclear which family members traveled with John David, though Josh's wife Anna, 27, was expected to make a trip during his long-term stay.

As Radar has reported, Reformers Unanimous patients must commit to a six-month stay in the strict program, which enforces 4:30 am wake up calls, daily prayer services and 10-hour workdays.

However, it seems possible that Josh could have left the Christian treatment center with his brother, either for good or just for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday.

A spokesperson for Reformer's Unanimous did not respond to Radar's call for comment.

Josh has brought heaps of shame onto the former 19 Kids And Counting family this summer, when news broke he was suspected by police of molesting five minor females, including at least two of his sisters, as a teenager.

News site Gawker later named the former right wing "family values" lobbyist as a member of affair-seeking website Ashley Madison.

A porn star then came forward claiming she had sex with Josh for cash in a seedy hotel Philadelphia hotel room.

He fessed up to his sins, calling himself "the biggest hypocrite ever."


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