Anna Duggar of “19 Kids and Counting” isn’t giving up on her husband, Josh, despite his spiraling sex scandals. Most recently, it was discovered he was on the cheaters' site Ashley Madison, and Anna said she would continue to support her husband. Could that be because she blames herself?

"Maybe not publicly, ever, but privately, there will be some suggestion of whether or not she should have been more aware of the pressures Josh was under, of the issues he was facing, and how she could have better counseled him or helped him," an insider told People magazine Thursday.

Josh deleted the "porn addiction" part of his statement after he came clean, but the admission had already been made. After his email account was searched on Facebook, he apparently had a secret page under the name “Joe Smithson” that was “friends” with local strippers and lingerie models, Radar Online discovered. They also found that “Joe” “liked” porn star Danica Dillion. The adult actress has been in the XXX business since 2009 and offers clients private shows over Skype.

Unlike Josh and her in-laws, Jim Bob and Michelle, Anna did not release a statement about her husband’s latest bombshell. But she might do so in the coming days. When In Touch Weekly unearthed a police report that said Josh fondled four of his sisters and another minor when he was a teenager, she followed suit and issued a statement.

While many people are wondering whether the couple will divorce, the bottom line is if Anna wants it, a divorce will be granted. Josh has admitted to being unfaithful and adultery is grounds for divorce in their home state of Arkansas, even if a couple entered a "covenant marriage," which asks that people be "held to a higher level of marital commitment.”

Anna and Josh have four children together. Their youngest, Meredith, is four weeks old. Meredith has three siblings: Mackynzie, 5, Michael, 4, and Marcus, 2. Gawker was the first to report Josh had a paid account with Ashley Madison. 

Ashley Madison second data dump A second dump of data from hackers of AshleyMadison.com on Thursday, targeted the founder of AshleyMadison.com, Noel Biderman. In this photo illustration, a man visits the Ashley Madison website on Aug. 19, 2015, in London. Photo: Getty Images/Carl Court

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