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Hiding Something? Social Workers Call 911 While Investigating The Duggar Home – Listen To The Tape

Josh Duggar Sex Abuse Scandal Social Worker 911 Call

Jun. 12 2015, Published 10:14 a.m. ET

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Just days after news broke that Josh Duggar had molested five minors as a teenager, social workers were sent to the Duggar's home to investigate the family.

"Springdale 911. What's the address emergency?" asked the emergency operator.

The caller answers, "Address is, I'm sorry, Duggar's family home."

Soon after, the caller describes the difficult situation: "We're out here to – we have an investigation and I guess they're not being cooperative and we have to see the child to make sure the child is alright, so just need police assistance or escort."

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Meanwhile, the Duggars have taken on an "open" front to the media, claiming that they have no more secrets up their sleeves.

"We have nothing to hide. We got a clean bill of health from the state," father Jim Bob told Fox News during a bombshell TV interview.

Josh's sisters Jessa and Jill – revealed as two of the victims – have also stepped forward in an attempt to redeem their brother, even sharing that they've since forgiven him for his actions.

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Now, the family has slowly slipped back into silence on the matter, posting unrelated photos and messages on social media.

Perhaps they're laying low until the fate of TLC's 19 Kids and Counting is revealed.



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