Transcript for Guarding the Darkest of Secrets?
Tonight, the Duggar family, breaking its silence after the stunning allegations involving one of their sons. The stars of the hit reality show "19 kids and counting," their son accused of sex abuse. Tonight, what his parents are now saying. Here's ABC's David Wright. Reporter: Tonight, these pillars of Christian family values speak out for the first time about learning their son was a child molester. I think as parents, we felt -- oh, we're failures. Reporter: Jim bob and Michelle Duggar sitting down with Fox News megyn Kelly. According to a 2006 police report made public today by "In touch weekly", their oldest son, josh, confessed as a teenager to touching multiple victims inappropriately. One of them, just 5 years old. Here, we tried to raise our kids to do what's right, to know what's right and yet one of our children made some really bad choices. Reporter: But the parents waited more than a year before reporting the case to authorities. Though the report says they had sent him for christian-based counseling. No charges were filed. The statute of limitations, expired. We're the duggars. Reporter: On their reality show, the duggars pride themselves on their family values. Always resolve your conflicts. Reporter: But in reality, this family was guarding the darkest of secrets. David Wright, ABC news, New York.
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