Anna Duggar is looking to divorce her husband, reality television star Josh Duggar, who had earlier admitted to a pornography addiction and ended his stay at a Christian rehabilitation facility in March, according to reports.
"She will see a lawyer in the next few weeks to have divorce papers drawn up so she can rid herself of Josh," the source was quoted as saying.
Anna decided to seek divorce after "new friends" reportedly reached out to her to express concern over her position in the Duggar family, which previously starred in TLC's "19 Kids and Counting."
"They were horrified that she'd been persuaded to talk on-camera about Josh and then wheeled out with children, looking like everything was fine," the source reportedly said, about her appearances on the family's TLC series "Counting On" after revelations about Josh was made public. "Hearing those outside views changed Anna incredibly. She now agrees and feels angry that Josh has treated her so appallingly for so long."
Josh and Anna have four children.
Anna and Josh reportedly tried for a fifth child after his return from rehabilitation, but were unsuccessful. Anna believes it "as a sign from God that she should not have another child with Josh," according to International Business Times.
The Duggar family received national media attention last year after it was revealed that Josh, the eldest son to Michelle and Jim Bob, had molested five underage girls when he was 14 and 15. Two of the victims were his sisters, Jessa and Jill.
It was also revealed that Josh held two accounts on the Ashley Madison extramarital affairs website.
Duggar admitted to his pornography addiction in an online post last August on the Duggar family website, describing himself as the "biggest hypocrite ever" for his actions.
The family announced in March that Josh had completed his rehab stint.
"We are so thankful for everyone who worked with Josh in this program. It was a crucial first step in recovery and healing for Josh. Josh has now returned to Arkansas, where he will continue professional counseling and focus on rebuilding relationships with his family," the family said on their website.
"We look to God for help and guidance and place all of our trust in Him. We are forever grateful for the love and prayers offered by so many and hope you will continue to pray in the days ahead," the statement concluded.