Earlier this week, In Touch reported that Josh Duggar may soon offer a televised apology during an appearance on his siblings' TLC reality series.
That rumor was quickly debunked, as the network issued a statement assuring fans that Josh would not appear on Jill & Jessa: Counting On during the upcoming second season or at any time.
Many Duggar fans breathed a sigh of relief, but their joy at being spared further BS from Josh may be short-lived.
You see, In Touch has come out with another report about Josh's "canceled" appearance on the show, and this one is somehow more troubling than the first.
A source tells the tabloid that Josh will never be issuing an apology for his crimes.
But not because he knows his words would fall on deaf ears.
No, this insider claims that Josh refuses to beg forgiveness for the simple reason that he doesn't feel he did anything wrong.
"One thing you probably won’t hear is that he’s actually sorry, as he believes that external forces were to blame for his behavior,” says the source.
Yes, Josh is really falling back on the old "devil made me do it" excuse.
Must be the kind of thing they teach in faith-based sex addiction rehab.
If that's his way of thinking it's probably for the best that Josh won't be making any cameos on Counting On.
We can't imagine a grown man going on TV and claiming that it's not his fault that he molested his sisters and cheated on his wife would go over very well.
Even someone as delusional as Josh can recognize that.