Josh Duggar Caught In Yet ANOTHER Shady Situation

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Jul. 12 2017, Updated 2:45 p.m. ET

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Josh Duggar may still be living in the “dream home” he supposedly sold to a mysterious investment company only days before new broke of his Ashley Madison scandal, back in 2015, according to .

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The Siloam Springs, Arkansas home sold in question, sold for $65,000, giving Josh and his wife Anna a profit of $10,000 from when they originally purchased the property eight months prior. However, as reported by Radar, the disgraced reality star closed the sale with ALB Investments LLC on August 24, 2015, and the family’s attorney Travis W. Story suspiciously set up the corporation on the same day of the deal.

Making matters even fishier, the shady deal came only two days before pornstar Danica Dillon accused Josh of giving her PTSD from an alleged violent sexual encounter.

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Fast forward to present time, it looks like the couple may have been living in the allegedly sold home since its sale in 2015.

In a congratulatory video, shared to the Duggar’s Youtube page on Tuesday, July 11, Josh, Anna and their four children sent their well wishes to Josh’s sister and brother-in-law, Jill and Derick Dillard on the birth of their second son, Samuel, in what looked like the home that was sold nearly two years ago. According to Radar, in the said video, the same hardwood floors and layout of the room that Josh and his family filmed in, can be compared to a 2015 photo of the sold home.

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However, it is possible that Josh transferred the home instead of actually selling it to protect himself from creditors, like Danica, especially since she filed a civil lawsuit against the 19 & Counting star, in November 2015 (though she dropped the suit months later).

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