THE Duggars have snubbed their shamed brother Josh on his 32nd birthday.
The 19 Kids and Counting star's family remained silent on social media, whilst his wife Anna also took a break from Twitter and Instagram on Tuesday.
Many of Josh's sisters Jana, Jill, Jessa, Jinger, and Joy Anna had been active on Instagram, but chose to publicly ignore their sibling's birthday.
Their silence comes after Josh was accused of molesting five minor females as a young teen.
Sisters Jill and Jessa later came forward as victims in an interview with Megyn Kelly.
That same year, the reality star admitted to cheating on wife Anna after he reportedly signing up to adultery site Ashley Madison.
Josh then disappeared from the public eye, abandoning his social media accounts and political career, and never again appeared on the family reality show.
More recently, he has been seen in family photos, and attended the wedding of his wife's exiled sister Susanna.
The strict Christian Duggar family exiled Susanna from their reality show after she became a mother out of wedlock aged 20.
But she wed York Bridges in Florida last month and Josh and Anna were front and center.
The gathering appears to be the first time the couple has been seen with Susanna, the mother of a 7-year-old daughter, in years.
Suzanna and Anna's Florida-based parents are apparently even stricter than the ultra-conservative Christian Duggar clan, though they appear to have welcomed Susanna back in their lives.
Josh and Anna are parents to Mackenzie, nine, Michael, eight, Marcus, six, Meredith, three, Mason, two, and they recently welcomed a little girl Maryella.
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The couple stayed together despite Josh admitting in 2015 that he molested young girls when he was a teenager and was addicted to porn.
What's more, a porn star sued him for physically assaulting her during sex at a Philadelphia Strip Club.
Afterwards he stayed at a faith-based rehab centre in Illinois, where Anna was reported to visit him during his stay.
As a result, the TLC reality TV show that his family starred in was cancelled.
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