The latest update on the Duggar scandal comes just days after Gawker reported he had two paid accounts on the infidelity website Ashley Madison, which was hacked earlier this month and revealed personal information of its more than 35 million users. Around the same time of the report, some outlets claimed Duggar, who admitted in May to molesting a number of young girls (including his own sisters) when he was a teenager, also had an account on the dating website OKCupid. According to the Daily Mail the former "19 Kids and Counting" reality star used a profile photo of another man -- a pic that belonged to West Hollywood DJ Matthew McCarthy.
McCarthy said he is considering taking legal action against Duggar, 27, for defamation after he reportedly had at least one gig canceled for being dragged into the scandal.
McCarthy spoke with TMZ and said he was shocked to see his photo used in the profile. The celeb gossip site also reports Duggar, who was fired from his role at the anti-gay conservative group the Family Research Council, found the DJ's picture by Googling "random guy" and plucking the third photo that showed up, which happened to belong to McCarthy.
Duggar admitted to cheating on his wife after Gawker reported he was using Ashley Madison. He also claimed he was addicted to porn. Though he came clean about being unfaithful, the father of four never explicitly said he had accounts on the controversial cheating website or OKCupid.
"I have been the biggest hypocrite ever," he said in a statement. "While espousing faith and family values, I have secretly over the last several years been viewing pornography on the internet and this became a secret addiction and I became unfaithful to my wife."
The Daily Mail also reports Duggar's email was also linked to a fake Facebook account under the name "Joe Smithson," which he allegedly used to flirt with strippers and lingerie models.
Duggar married his wife Anna Duggar in 2008 and the couple welcomed a baby girl just last month.