In 2007 an online commenter by the name of ‘Alice’ posted a long comment on a blog exposing Josh Duggar as a child molester.
Fans around the world were shocked when it was revealed Josh Duggar had molested five young girls in his teenage. The show ’19 Kids & Counting’ was famous due to the Duggar family’s strict rules about modesty and morals so it came as an incredible surprise to find out the family had been involved in a sex scandal.
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After the initial report detailing the child molestation charges against Josh Duggar was published by InTouch, people started remembering an online commenter by the name of ‘Alice’. Alice had first warned about the fans of the reality show about the molestation secret of the Duggar family back in 2007.
Eight years ago in May 2007 on a blog called ibiblio.org Alice accused Josh Duggar of having molested five young girls. The details from the thorough account matches the details in the Police report that was published by InTouch this week.
According to Alice the Duggar family went to Chicago in January 2007 to tape an Oprah Winfrey special but it never aired and never will because the staffers on the show had discovered the secret of the Duggar family.
Alice reported Josh Duggar has molested five minor girls and is currently under investigation by the Arkansas State Police Child Protection Agency in Bentonville and the Washington County Child Protection Agency in Fayetteville. If people don’t believe Alice they can contact both the Child molestation departments mentioned for details.
Alice then claimed Josh Duggar’s parents Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar have done their best to keep the sordid details hidden but in Alice’s eyes Josh Duggar is a Child Molester and should be removed from their home.
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Alice also detailed some people may not trust her but they God’s honest truth is Josh Duggar molested five young girls including four of his own sisters. Alice’s comments have since been cited by many sites reporting the molestation news, according to People.