Josh Duggar Returns To Rehab! Inside The Disgraced Reality Star’s Top-Secret Visit

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Feb. 7 2018, Published 5:58 p.m. ET

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Josh Duggar secretly returned to rehab in 2017. According to , Josh traveled back to Rockford, Illinois to Reformers Unanimous (a faith-based rehab center), where he sought treatment for his porn addition, after admitting to cheating on his wife, Anna, in 2015.

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“He visited the men’s home and the church where God changed his life,” a source exclusively told Radar. “It was a great reunion.”

The “reunion” took place back in August 2017, said the insider. Josh was not alone for the trip as he brought along Anna, who was pregnant with their fifth child at the time, his parents, Jim Bob and Michelle, and three of his brothers -- John David, Josiah, and Justin.

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“It was great,” said the source of Josh’s return. “In fact, Josh ordered pizza for everybody and it was a good time.” The insider also revealed Josh is still “the same guy” despite leaving the facility over two years ago.

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As OK! readers’ know, photogs captured Josh’s return to Rockford back in August when he and his family were spotted arriving at the airport by private plane.

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Josh voluntarily entered the rehab facility in 2015 after he admitted to cheating on his wife following the discovery of his account on the adultery website, Ashley Madison. Additionally, it was revealed that Josh had molested five girls as a teen.

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