The Duggar family is about to get a lot of answers that they'd probably rather not know.
Josh Duggar, who shattered his family's conservative Christian image after news broke that he frequented adultery site Ashley Madison, will be forced to testify under oath about all of his sexual encounters and communications stemming from the website. He also used general dating site OKCupid, which has a less salacious connotation -- but he's been married to wife Anna for nearly a decade.
The lawsuit was brought by Matthew McCarthy, a man whose photos Josh used on his dating profiles. McCarthy claims that his subsequent association with Josh, 29, has damaged his personal and professional reputation.
In addition to his extramarital affairs, news broke in 2015 that Josh molested four of his sisters and a babysitter. His parents, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, publicly confirmed the allegations but defended their son, telling FOX News, "He was just curious about girls and he had gone in and just basically touched them under their clothes while they were sleeping. They didn't even know he had done it."
Josh as openly admitted to his transgressions. He and Anna, 28, announced in March that they are expecting their fifth child. Their four other kids -- Mackynzie, Michael, Marcus and Meredith -- are all under age 10.
Josh will be forced to give his testimony in front of his pregnant wife, assuming she will be present in the courtroom.
"For nearly the last two years, we have quietly worked to save our marriage, focus on our children, and rebuild our lives together as a family," Josh and Anna said in a statement. "Beauty comes from ashes and we cannot wait to see and kiss the face of this sweet new boy."
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