Josh Duggar is back in the news, but not over a scandal. The 28-year-old was photographed in Arkansas selling used cars.
It was this time last year Duggar was accused of inappropriately touching underage girls when he was a teenager and for allegedly cheating on wife, Anna, and having a porn addiction.
TLC cancelled “19 Kids and Counting” amid the scandals.
Now it seems the former reality star is getting a renewed start in the family business of restoring and selling used cars. He’s seen in a Twitter photo below driving a camouflage Jeep.
A source tells People Duggar “looks happy” and “interacts very well with people.” He’s spending a lot of time at his parents’ home and tools around in the family garage.
The magazine’s insider says that residents in Tontitown, where most of the Duggars live, that “it seems like people don’t really care.”
Josh Duggar returned home in March after a 7-month stay in a faith-based rehab facility in Rockford, Illinois.
Josh Duggar seen selling used cars one year after scandal—as source says ‘he looks happy’ https://t.co/v0HpXoSR7e pic.twitter.com/MvU0NvrkVQ
— People Magazine (@people) May 18, 2016
Last year was rough on the eldest Duggar son. His sister, Jessa Duggar Seewald, told People earlier this year that she forgave her brother for his inappropriate behavior towards her.
“I definitely have forgiven Josh. It is a process, though, that you have to work through in your heart,” Jessa said. “And trust is not quickly rebuilt. It is something that takes a while. We love him very much, though, and we are very hopeful for the future.”
As for Anna, she said in a recent episode of “Jill & Jessa: Counting On,” that she’s “hopeful” for the future with Josh.
“I think it’s daily, there’s going to be a lot of work and there kind of is a long process ahead, but we’ll just kind of take it one day at time and keep trusting god and doing the right thing,” she said. “I think there’s lots of hope for the future and a lot of excitement. But, in some ways, there are a lot of steps before it’s where it needs to be.”