As RadarOnline.com has extensively reported, Josh has not appeared on his family's TV shows since In Touch magazine revealed in 2015 that the 19 Kids and Counting star Josh had been accused of molesting his younger sisters between 2002 and 2003. At the time, Duggar and the girls were all minors.
Josh's alleged sex crimes included "fondling" his four sisters' (and a family friend's) breasts and private areas, according to a shocking police report.
Josh, who is married to wife Anna, mother of his five kids, has said he "acted inexcusably" when he was "a young teenager," and deeply regretted his actions.
But his scandal shocked America, and TLC cancelled the Duggars' show 19 Kids and Counting. After some time had passed, the network brought much of the family back in the show Counting On.
Josh wasn't included.
And that was no surprise as after the molestation news, Josh, now 30, was busted in a salacious cheating scandal, admitted he had a pornography addiction, and sought help in Christian-based rehab while wife Anna stood by him.
As Radar reported earlier this month, Josh has been fueling rumors he's preparing for a comeback after hanging out with family members more than ever before.
Radar learned that Michelle and Jim Bob's oldest child has been attending big family events at his siblings' homes for months.
Back in March, around Josh's 30th birthday, Anna posted a video of the entire Duggar family singing happy birthday to the ex-TLC star.
In July, she celebrated ten years of marriage to Josh, calling it a "wonderful adventure."
In her Friday Instagram post after Christmas, Anna, also 30, showed fans their daughters smiling on a theme park ride and implied he was also nearby.
She wrote as a caption, "We enjoyed one last trip to Silver Dollar City this year! It was great to be there with most of Joshua's family and some extended family too! How are you guys wrapping up 2018?!?! #littleduggars."
The Josh/Anna brood consists of Michael, Mackynzie, Marcus, Mason, and Meredith.
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