Reports: Josh Duggar’s name surfaces on client list after Ashley Madison hacking

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FAYETTEVILLE, Arkansas – There could be more bad news coming Josh Duggar‘s way after Gawker recently discovered his name on a list of Ashley Madison clients.

Ashley Madison, which is designed to help married people cheat on their spouses, was recently hacked and feared their client list would be made public.

On Tuesday, those fears came true. Not long after, Duggar’s name was found on that list.

Although Duggar has not confirmed it was him, his name is listed along with the billing address of his grandmother’s home in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

There is also a credit card on file under the name of Joshua J. Duggar to which $986.76 was charged for two different monthly Ashley Madison subscriptions from February of 2013 until May of 2015.

According to Gawker, it appears a second account was started in July 2014 with his Maryland address. That account was only charged a $250 fee going towards the purchase of an ‘affair guarantee.’

In mid-May, Duggar apologized for his “wrongdoing” after a 2006 police report revealed that he molested five underage girls as a teen, including his sisters Jill, 24, and Jessa 22.

Duggar expressed remorse for what happened in a statement he released shortly after the story broke back in May.

“Twelve years ago, as a young teenager I acted inexcusably for which I am extremely sorry and deeply regret. I hurt others, including my family and close friends. I confessed this to my parents who took several steps to help me address the situation…I sought forgiveness from those I had wronged and asked Christ to forgive me and come into my life.”