Josh Duggar Post-Rehab Photo Surfaces - Family Spotted in Mini-Golf Club, First Pic Since Leaving Program

The "19 Kids and Counting" star Josh Duggar has once again made it to the limelight months after the scandal he got involved in. According to a report by In Touch, the eldest of the Duggar siblings was photographed together with the patriarch of the family, Jim Bob Duggar, while on a visit to Old MacDonald's Farm mini golf course in Sevierville, Tennessee.

The source cited that the two were out golfing together with other two young boys. They were then approached by a local photographer who asked to take a photo of them. Despite the lingering tension and awkwardness, the Duggar father and son agreed to pose for the photo.

"They seemed a bit nervous but they agreed," an eyewitness stated. And while they were enjoying the moment together at the family-friendly area, the mood of the air suddenly turned when more people recognized him. According to Daily Mail, three other families were present in the golf course and along with them were young girls.

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"The parents were not comfortable," stated the eyewitness. "The staff tried to be as polite as possible to the angry parents, but it seemed there was little they could do to stop Josh from being a customer," the eyewitness added.

This has been the first time that Josh's name was brought up in the headlines again as he has managed to stay away from the public eye ever since he finished his six-month stay in a faith-based rehab program for his sex and porn addictions. For those who are not in the loop yet, the former reality star was exiled to rehab after his name surfaced in the cheating website Ashley Madison hack. Enstars also noted that aside from his cheating scandal, he also admitted to sexually assaulting four of his sisters while he was still in his teenage years.

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