Transcript for TLC Pulls '19 Kids and Counting' After Sex Abuse Allegations
And next to sex abuse allegations involving a popular reality TV family. A son on the show "19 kids and counting" now accused of molesting five young girls when he was a teen. Here's ABC's Ron Claiborne on the growing full-out tonight. This is the story of my family. We're the duggars. Reporter: Their hit cable show all pulled off the air by tlc. Today, josh Duggar with drew from a Christian appearance. Josh Duggar's family, rocked by sex abuse allegations against him, the fate of their popular reality show, "19 kids and counting" is uncertain. The whole brand is really destroyed by this. Reporter: This past Tuesday, one of the alleged victims asked an Arkansas judge to expunge the 2006 police report on the allegations. Thursday the judge agreed and ordered it destroyed. All right. Let's all hold hands here. Reporter: The duggars brand is wholesome, Christian values. Including sexual abstinence. We decided there's no kissing before marriage. Reporter: He now acknowledged wrong-doing in a statement Thursday. I acted inexcusably for which I'm extremely sorry and deeply regret. After the allegations surfaced he reportedly underwent treatment. Juvenile molesters are not in the same category. That's why it's important to realize, if they get treatment early on, it is possible for them to get better. After all of this tlc could have trouble bringing the show back even if they want to. Before it was pulled off the air, one major advertiser, general mill, canceled its sponsorship. And tonight, the show and the family both in question. They sure are. And we have move coming up.
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