It’s been over two years since Josh Duggar sought treatment after admitting to cheating on his wife, Anna and having a porn addiction.
Now, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned the disgraced Duggar traveled to Rockford, Illinois to the faith-based rehab center, Reformers Unanimous, where he initially went to deal with his demons in 2015.
Josh’s return took place in August 2017, according to the insider. The oldest Duggar child was joined by his wife, Anna, as well as his parents Michelle and Jim Bob, and siblings, John-David, Josiah and Justin.
“He visited the men’s home and the church where God changed his life,” said the insider. “It was a great reunion.”
The Duggar source revealed that the family enjoyed a music show put on by a church member from the North Love Baptist Church who dressed up as character “Patch the Pirate.”
At the time, Anna was weeks away from delivering her and Josh’s fifth child.
They welcomed a baby boy named Mason in September, Radar reported.
“It was great,” the source said of the reunion. “In fact, Josh ordered pizza for everybody and it was a good time.”
The insider revealed that even though some time had passed since Josh’s stay at the rehab facility, Josh is still “the same guy.”
Josh’s rehab stint came shortly after it was revealed that he had molested five women in the Duggar family home in Arkansas. Shortly after the scandal, he lost his lobbying job with the Family Research Council in Washington D.C.
The insider confirmed that Josh is still in Arkansas selling cars.
“I don’t think his job of selling cars is going anywhere soon,” said the insider.
Josh was recently seen on camera for the first time alongside his sister, Jessa, who came forward as one of the five victims, Radar reported.
As for his marriage to Anna, the insider revealed that the couple’s marriage is “beyond beautiful” despite their hardships.
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