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Report: TLC Pulls 19 Kids and Counting in Wake of Josh Duggar's Child Molestation Scandal

Is it officially canceled?

Robyn Ross

TLC has pulled 19 Kids and Countingfrom its schedule in the wake of Josh Duggar's child molestation scandal, TMZ reports.

The news comes just a day after In Touch Weeklyprinted a 33-page police report stating that Josh, the oldest Duggar son, allegedly has a history of molesting, sexually assaulting, and "forcibly fondling" young girls, including his own sisters. In the report, patriarch Jim Bob admitted that one of his children had come to him in 2002 and "had told him that (redacted) had been sneaking into (redacted) room at night and had been touching (redacted) on the breasts and vaginal areas while (redacted) were sleeping." He then reportedly sent Josh to a "Christian ministry" program that consisted of "hard physical work and counseling."

Josh Duggar admits to wrongdoing in response to molestation reports

Duggar, now 27, released a statement shortly after to People, saying that he acted "inexcusably." He has also resigned from his position at the Family Research Council.

The network has yet to release an official statement about the disturbing accusations and has yet to respond to our email about the fate of the series.