According to a new report, Josh Duggar had a paid account with Ashley Madison, an online dating service targeted at people in committed relationships who are looking to have affairs.
A credit card belonging to the married father-of-four, 27, with an Arkansas-based billing address was allegedly used to pay for two accounts on the controversial site.
The former 19 Kids and Counting star reportedly deleted his profiles in May after In Touch Weekly revealed he molested five underage girls — including four of his younger sisters — when he was a teenager.
The new accusations come after Avid Life Media — the company that owns Ashley Madison — confirmed the data released by a hacking group earlier this week was authentic.
The Duggar family did not immediately respond to a request for comment.