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Crazy Confession! Did Jill Spill Details Of Brother Josh's Sex Scandal Online?

Did Jill Duggar just spill details of her older brother Josh's past sex molestation scandal online?

That's what readers of Jill and Derick Dillard's fancy new website might think. The revamped site, launched Tuesday, gives an inside look into the Dillards' lives, including how the couple met, details of their childhood and more.

But in the "Meet Jill" section, Jim Bob and Michelle's daughter partially explained a conversation she had with her mom when she was 12 years old. The talk, she explained, was about eternal life.

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"I confessed all the wrong things I could remember to my mom and God," Jill wrote. "I asked Him in prayer to take complete control of my life and take me to heaven when I die."

Jill, now 26, was 12 years old in 2003 – the same year Josh allegedly inappropriately fondled five minors in the Duggars' Arkansas home.

As readers know, the scandal led to the cancellation of the Duggars' hit show, 19 Kids and Counting.

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Shortly after the scandal was made public in 2015, Jill and her sister Jessa admitted to news correspondent Megyn Kelly that they were two of his victims.

Jill continued on her website: "Not too long after that, my dad baptized me at our church."

Also on the new online page, Jill dropped the bombshell news that Jim Bob Duggar played a vital role in her meeting – and ultimately marrying – Derick. She explained Derick and Jim Bob met in Nepal. Jim Bob then played matchmaker – but at times, behind Derick's back!

"As my dad got to know Derick he was really impressed with his Godly character," Jill recalled. "He started telling me about Derick and also told Derick about me! I listened in on a couple conversations with my dad without Derick knowing I was doing so."

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