Women of 'Duck Dynasty' Dish on Controversy, Life in the Spotlight

Missy and Jessica Robertson sit down with "GMA" to talk about their fame and recent controversy.
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Throw to it you, George. Good luck with that. "Duck dynasty." The circle is expanding. The wives now have their say. Bianna golodryga has their story. Reporter: They're the self-described women behind the beards. Five women of strong Christian faith who happen to be married to some of TV's biggest reality stars and have become reality stars themselves. With the support of family. Reporter: I caught up can help at Missy's house. She's married to Jase. What happened to my brother? Reporter: Ironically, their husbands have become unlikely sex similar bols. Last year, a lady asked for a picture. He said during the picture, she grabbed his rear end. The women are after the men. Reporter: But not everyone is a fan. Last year, a fire storm erupted after Phil's comments about sexual assault and race. Women with women, men with men, they committed indecent acts with one another. Reporter: A&E suspended Phil. But he's back. As far as Phil with the gay thing, love everybody that is Faye gave. But yes, because he quoted the scripture that said that, he would do that again. Because that's who he is. He's honest. He loves people. He does. Reporter: You would embrace a gay grandchild, too? Yes. Reporter: We came to talk about their book. In the book, they don't hold back. You revealed you were pregnant before you married with your son Alan. It is so easy for me to be honest now. God loves me. My fans love me. My family loves me. So I tell it all. Reporter: Lisa, who is married to the Robertson's oelest son, Alan, reveals she was molested as a child. You start with that a as precursor. With what happened later on in your life. Owe cheated on Alan and separated for awhile. Phil advised Alan not the take you back. Did you find that hypocritical? No, it wasn't that they hated me so much. It was the pain they saw him going through. You show the photos of Phil as a young football stud. Do you still see that high school football player when you look at him now? Completely. I'll say I'm a full-figured lady. He says, well you still look 16 to me. Reporter: For "Good morning America," bianna golodryga, ABC news, west Monroe, Louisiana.

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