After more than four months in rehab, it seems Josh Duggar could be returning to the family home in Arkansas, RadarOnline.com can reveal.
According to Flight Aware, the Christian clan's private plan left their native Springdale yesterday afternoon at 3:30 pm cst, and landed at 5:46 in Rockford, Illinois, where Josh has been checked into Bible-based treatment center Reformers Unanimous since August.
The plane turned right around and took off from Rockford just over an hour later at 6:57, landing back in Springdale at 10:11.
The extremely quick trip was unlikely just a visit: As Radar previously reported, family members including Josh's 25-year-old brother John David, a seasoned pilot, visited Rockford on Christmas Eve, and left a full 24 hours later.
According to People, Josh's long-suffering wife and the mother of his four children, Anna, 28, was also one of the visitors.
But the trip just four days later was much shorter, leaving just enough time for the family to pick up Josh, just five miles away at the facility, and return to the airport.
Reformers Unanimous rules demand patients stay at the center for a full six months, meaning Josh would likely finish in late February. But perhaps the unemployed 27-year-old had enough of the strict center's 4:30 am wake-up calls and 10-hour volunteer sessions at local soup kitchens.
The disgraced Christian values activist, who confessed to cheating on his wife and harboring a secret pornography addiction last summer, may have to face a porn star's sexual battery lawsuit when he returns home, but he's still one lucky man.
On sisters-in-law Jill and Jessa's reality special last week, Anna publicly revealed her plans to stay with her unfaithful husband despite his shocking sins.