Mrs. Anna Duggar welcomed her fifth child in less than auspicious circumstances. One day after her husband Josh Duggar was banned from joining his molested sisters in their incest lawsuit, their son arrived. "Counting On" stars Jill Dillard, Jessa Seewald, Jinger Vuolo and Joy-Anna Duggar are suing police over Josh's pedophilia. But the ex "19 Kids and Counting" Duggar Family is putting a happy-normal face on it.

Josh and Anna 'Counting On' son to pick up the pieces

From the ashes of disaster grow the roses of success; or, in the case of "19 Kids and Counting," grows a baby.

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Michelle Duggar delightedly announced the birth of Mason Garrett on Facebook. Anna Duggar proudly shared how the baby was a beautiful thing to come from the struggle they'd had rebuilding their family after Duggar's numerous sex scandals.

After a police report surfaced, which Jim Bob Duggar had had suppressed, Josh admitted to molesting four sisters and a babysitter.

Porn star 'Counting On' suing reality TV star?

Incest isn't the only dirty little secret that the "19 Kids and Counting" star kept secret from his wife. The Ashley Madison cyber-adultery leak revealed two accounts for Josh Duggar, one using his grandma's email and another under a stolen name. Then his porn star mistress Danica Dillon spilled their tryst. The former reality TV star was sued for identity theft and for "violent" sex. Those occurred when he was an adult but the pedophilia occurred when he was only 15. Josh is "Counting On" that fact to win him a lawsuit.

As Duggar family members Joe Duggar and Kendra Caldwell celebrate holy matrimony, Josh Duggar is having trouble untangling himself from the mess he made of his marriage.

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The reality television celebrity admitted to various aspects of the sex scandal but only after they were reported. At first it was only known that Josh molested four sisters and that the youngest was five. Springdale, Arkansas police released the names, InTouch Weekly reported them, and some "Counting On" celebrities sued.

Duggar family can't sue cops?

It didn't take a rocket scientist to do the math on the victims' short list. But now everyone knows for sure as Jill Dillard, Jessa Seewald, Jinger, and Joy-Anna Duggar are litigants -- but not Jana Duggar. Josh tried to join the sisters he molested in suing because he was a minor when the pedophilia and incest occurred, but sexual offender is a separate category of crime, even for minors, and the "Counting On" celebrities didn't want their brother involved. A judge barred Josh from litigation and may drop the entire lawsuit as officials usually can't be sued for performing their duties.