Josh Duggar, the porn-addicted child molester, headed out to Chick-fil-A in Rogers, Arkansas, dressed as a cow and accompanied with his wife and four kids, as well as some siblings and family friends, for their annual cow appreciation day.
One of the family friends, Sierra Jo Dominguez, shared the occasion on her Instagram:
The image is almost a re-enactment of last year’s event except that Josh was ominously missing then:
Josh hasn’t appeared in any of his family’s social media photos since returning home from a seven-month stay at a Christian treatment facility after admitting to molesting five girls when he was a teen and to a pornography addiction.
It’s no secret that the Duggars are fans of Chick-fil-A, a business known for supporting anti-LGBT policies despite boycotts and backlash for what activists call “hate chicken.”
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Their Cow Appreciation Day awards free chicken to anyone who dresses like a cow and came to their establishment.
The Duggars also scored 168 free Krispy Kreme donuts last year when they dressed up like pirates for “International Talk Like a Pirate Day.”
It has now been over year since the public learned that Josh molested five minors as a teenager, including four of his sisters.
He “sort of” confessed saying, "Twelve years ago, as a young teenager, I acted inexcusably for which I am extremely sorry and deeply regret. I hurt others, including my family and close friends."
Duggar's wife, Anna Duggar, said her husband shared his "past teenage mistakes" with her before they married six years ago.
His sisters Jill and Jessa suggested that they were victimized more by the media coverage than by the sexual abuse they’d suffered at their brother’s hands.
And then came the (not-so) shocking revelation that her had not one but two separate accounts on Ashley Madison, an extra marital dating (read: cheating/adultery) site.
Duggar was never tried or charged for those offenses. Leaked police reports from the time show Josh's father Jim Bob Duggar took his son to the police to file a report about the molestation revelations. The family waited about 16 months from Josh's confession to his parents to report the abuse. No charges were ever filed.
Duggar resigned from his job at the Family Research Council, a Christian lobbying group based in Washington, D.C, and the family's popular reality show "19 Kids & Counting" was canceled by TLC.