Just days before Josh Duggar was outed as an Ashley Madison user and admitted to cheating on wife Anna, the 27-year-old sold his "dream home" to a mysterious investment company.
According to the Daily Mail, the reality star closed the deal with ALB Investments LLC—a corporation set up the same day by family attorney Travis W. Story—on August 24, just two days before porn star Danica Dillon accused Duggar of giving her PTSD after an allegedly violent sexual encounter.
The Siloam Springs, Arkansas property sold for $65,000, providing the Duggar couple with a $10,000 profit from their original purchase eight months prior.
Meanwhile, the shamed reality star still faces major scandal as he attends a Christian rehab center for sex and porn addiction, as Dillon has slapped him with a $500,000 lawsuit over their two paid-for evenings together.
In Philadelphia court documents exclusively obtained by Radar, Dillon, who goes by her given name, Ashley Stamm-Northup, claimed that when she was off-duty Duggar "manhandled" and "physically assaulted" her during their first sex romp in a seedy Philadelphia hotel room last March.
Duggar has yet to comment on the lawsuit.