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Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Report: Josh Duggar moving home to Siloam Springs

Posted By on Wed, Jun 10, 2015 at 7:02 AM

click to enlarge NEW DUGGAR HOME: Daily Mail says Josh Duggar headed to this Siloam Springs home purchased last January for $55,000. - TRULIA
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  • NEW DUGGAR HOME: Daily Mail says Josh Duggar headed to this Siloam Springs home purchased last January for $55,000.

The Daily Mail reports that
Josh Duggar, who resigned as a top political operative for the Family Research Council after the Duggar family sexual molestation story broke, is moving home to Arkansas. Future job plans are unclear, but — as noted in the earlier item — Arkansas might be a friendlier place politically for the kind of extreme-right messaging for which the Council and Duggar were known. The ruling GOP reaction to Duggar has been mostly in his defense.

The article said Duggar, married and with a fourth child on the way, will be moving to a home in Siloam Springs. 

The Daily Mail said Duggar was joined in moving out of a home in the Washington suburbs by Steve Neild, known as a body guard for reality star Kate Gosselin.

The Duggar family's reality show on TLC, "19 Kids and Counting," remains in limbo.


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