Josh Duggar, the 19 Kids and Counting star and former executive director of the Family Research Council, reportedly paid for two Ashley Madison accounts.

Josh Duggar’s Ashley Madison Account

Duggar has become the first famous individual found in the leaked documents in the Ashley Madison hack, according to a Gawker report. The former reality TV star created his first account on the site, which provides married people with an anonymous method of seeking out affairs, in February 2013. A second account followed in July 2013. In May 2015, Duggar appears to  have canceled both accounts for which he paid a grand total of nearly $1,000.

According to data uncovered in the breach, Duggar, a married father of four, sought a partner for “Conventional Sex,” “Experimenting with Sex Toys,” “Sensual Massages,” “Sharing Fantasies,” and more. In his list of turn-ons, Duggar included “Stylish/Classy,” “Naughty Girl,” “Creative and Adventurous,” “Good Personal Hygiene,” “High Sex Drive,” and “Natural Breasts.”

It was also uncovered that upon creating his second account, Duggar paid $250 upfront for an “affair guarantee.” Per Ashley Madison’s website, customers could purchase $250 worth of credits for an “affair guarantee” that promised an affair within three months or his or her money back.

Duggar, 27, has yet to comment on the Ashley Madison scandal. His family, with whom he starred alongside on the erstwhile TLC series, has also yet to comment.

Back in May, around the time that Duggar closed his second Ashley Madison account, he was embroiled in a child molestation scandal. At the time, reports came out that Duggar, as a teen, had allegedly sexually assaulted a number of young girls. Duggar’s sisters Jessa Seewald and Jill Dillard were among the victims. The Duggar family, including Josh Duggar’s wife Anna Duggar, rallied behind him, maintaining that his issues had been addressed and that he’d fully reformed from his past. In light of the scandal, TLC canceled 19 Kids and Counting.