Phone home? More like no phone.
Last year, Josh Duggar was incredibly disgraced when it was revealed that he had been cheating on his wife and had an addiction to porn. While he was in his religious-based rehab, he had no access to a computer or a cell phone.
He does now… but he can't exactly communicate like the rest of us.
"It's not a smartphone. He isn't allowed to have one of those," a source told In Touch, who has been fairly accurate with most of its Duggar family reporting in the past. "He has a little phone with a tiny screen and he can't send or receive picture messages on it."
The report says that Josh's wife Anna doesn't quite trust her husband yet. His track record hasn't exactly been commendable either. The former conservative lobbyist was the epitome of family values on the surface. Then, last May Josh admitted to a tabloid report that claimed he had molested five girls as a teenager, including his famous sisters.
Recently, the disgraced former reality star accompanied Anna to her grandmother's funeral and he attempted to make amends with her family.
"He tried to talk to Anna's sister Susanna, saying he was sorry he hadn't talked to her since everything happened, and it got really awkward," the source told the magazine. "She stopped him and said, 'You don't have to apologize to me. If you'd had an affair on me, we wouldn't be married anymore.'"
Anna's brother, who has publicly begged his sister to leave the father of her four children, also didn't take too kindly to the eldest Duggar being there.
"Josh tried to sit next to Daniel at a restaurant, and Daniel got up and moved to another table," the source said.
In January, another of Josh's family members blasted him for his indiscretions.
"Rage came over me, sadness crept in, and reality sat in that the person I had known my entire life turned out to be a fraud, and a complete stranger," Amy Duggar said of finding out about her cousin's molestations and infidelity. "I've always heard that there were people in this world that lived a double life, but I never thought that someone so close to home would be living a lie."