Amy Duggar is still reeling from cousin Josh Duggar’s most recent scandal. The father of four was one of hundreds of thousands of Ashley Madison users exposed when the cheating site was hacked last month. He has since entered treatment for his self-proclaimed pornography addiction, but his family is still suffering from his actions.
According to People, Amy Duggar -- along with others in the family -- is “still shocked and furious to the extreme” at Josh Duggar, 27. Amy Duggar told the magazine that she felt his absence from her wedding, which took place over Labor Day weekend, was for the best. The newlywed added that while she is angry with the former “19 Kids and Counting” star, she remains hopeful that he will get the help he truly needs.
“Let’s let him be gone,” she said. “Let’s let him get as much help as possible.”
With Josh Duggar’s recent string of scandals still fresh in everyone’s minds, Amy Duggar went above and beyond to make sure that his wife, Anna Duggar, and mother, Michelle Duggar, felt special on her big day. As we previously reported, she gave both women very special gifts at her wedding in the hopes that she may be able to help alleviate some of their stress. Amy Duggar gave her aunt, Michelle Duggar, 48, a gift card to her favorite restaurant and treated Anna Duggar, 27, to a manicure and pedicure.
As was previously reported, Josh Duggar is believed to be receiving treatment at Reformers Unanimous in Rockford, Illinois. The facility is a Christian program in which attendees are immersed in intense work and Bible study. There is not, however, any emphasis on therapy. In fact, those checked into Reformers Unanimous are forbidden to discuss their old lifestyles.