Will Jim Bob and Michelle welcome any more kids into their family?

The family and certain members of their religious community knew about the attacks that occurred from 2002-2003, but did not immediately alert authorities.

The report notes that rather than be tried by law enforcement, Jim Bob instead "met with the elders of [his] church and told them what was going on." Josh was reportedly sent to a "Christian Program" where he would supposedly undergo "hard physical work and counseling." However, as was also uncovered in the police reports, Michelle Duggar later admitted to police that he had merely been sent to stay with a family friend to help him with his construction business.

In a blog post on her site Long before the scandal, the fame, and the money that comes along with being the star of a hit reality TV series, family patriarch, Jim Bob Duggar served his state of Arkansas as a House Representative.

He ran on an anti-abortion, family values platform, and served for one term in the early 2000s, before challenging the Arkansas incumbent for his senate seat and losing in 2002.

The documents also revealed that Jim Bob blocked police requests to interview Josh.

Although the investigation had to be abandoned due to the statute of limitations, Josh, the Duggar family, and became the focus of a media frenzy.

But did you know that the Christian curriculum they follow has its own share of sexual abuse scandals?

(which we're pretty sure is the Duggars' least favorite publication) reported in 2015 that the family adheres to a home schooling program from the Advanced Training Institute, which is "a Bible-based homeschooling program run by alleged cult figurehead Bill Gothard." Gothard himself has been accused of a slew of improper sexual advances on young girls, but that's not where the creepiness ends.

and the Duggars have seen their way clear to reestablishing their high ratings relationship without involving the admitted sexual predator, Joshua Duggar.