The Fallout Continues! Josh & Anna Duggar Cancel Appearance At Music Festival After Sex Abuse Confession

Josh Duggar Sex Scandal Cancels Appearance Alive Music Festival

Jun. 9 2015, Updated 2:49 p.m. ET

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Nearly three weeks after Josh Duggar admitted to molesting several young women, including some of his sisters, the fallout continues for the 19 Kids & Counting star. After resigning from his job at a Washington D.C. think tank and moving back to Arkansas, RadarOnline.com has learned that he and his wife Anna have also cancelled what was supposed to be a high-profile appearance at a Christian Music Festival.

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Josh and Anna, along with his sisters Jill and Jessa and their respective husbands, Derick Dillard and Ben Seewald, had been slated to attend the Alive Festival in Ohio from June 17 – 20. The event will feature performances by big-name Christian artists like rapper Lecrae, as well as seminars about God and faith.

But a rep for the festival confirmed to Radar, "Josh and Anna have chosen not to come."

The Dillards and Seewalds will still attend and speak, according to the rep.

Meanwhile, 19 Kids & Counting remains off air temporarily, with rumors that TLC could scrap the series in favor of a spin-off focused on Jill and Jessa, who both recently admitted they were two of Josh's victims.


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