Josh Duggar
Josh Duggar, former Executive Director of the Family Research Council Action, was blasted by his brother-in-law following his admission that he had a paid account on Ashley Madison, cheated on his wife and mother of his four children, and is addicted to pornography. REUTERS/Brian Frank

Josh Duggar, of 19 Kids and Counting fame, does not have the support of his brother-in-law Daniel Keller after confessing he was unfaithful to his wife and is addicted to pornography. The former lobbyist was called a "pig" for his actions several times in comments made to a Facebook photo posted by one of his sisters.

"You have to confess and forsake your sin to have mercy. Not sin confess and repeat," Keller wrote in response to the quote posted by Duggar's sister Jessa Seewald. The quote read: "If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us for all unrighteousness."

He continued: "Think a min about the victims. Tell me how you would feel if someone cheated on your sister and brought so much disgrace to you and ur family."

According to People, Keller continued on another reply: "Confessing and getting caught are two different things. You want to know what happens when you cover ur sin maybe you should go read ur bible instead of beating people over the head with it."

When asked if he thought about the victims, his sister in particular, before posting the comments, Keller replied: "Yeah b***h I did. I have been thinking of her and sick to my stomach for her for last few days. Why you got a another bible verse to eat over my head?"

Yet another user added that she was praying for Duggar's wife Anna and that she was willing to donate to a fund should she decide to leave her husband with their four children. Keller answered: "I have told her I would pay for her to move out here w me and pay for her kidz. I don't think josh will see that this is a big deal and be truly broken till that happens."

Keller continued to discuss the ongoing scandal, going as far as criticising his parents for encouraging his sister to stay with her cheating husband. "[M]y parents are preaching stay w him. They more interested in how their daughter getting a divorce will make then look then they are in trying to truly get josh some help and getting Anna and the kids out of there till he had gotten that help," he wrote.

Anna Duggar's brother vowed, however, to keep encouraging his sister to move in with him and to bring her four young children with her. "She said she's staying where she's at. But I won't stop trying to get that pig out of our family," Keller said.

Keller ended his rant against his brother-in-law by writing: "I tell you who I don't give a shit about is that pig she calls her husband."

People reported that despite Duggar's confession that he did in fact cheat on his wife and was a paid member of Ashley Madison, divorce is not an option for the couple. The pair of 27-year-olds have four children: five-year-old Mackynzie; four-year-old Michael; two-year-old Marcus; and one-month-old Meredith Grace.

Duggar confessed to watching pornography and cheating on his wife on 20 August after it emerged that he had a paid account on the cheating website. His account was one of over 32 million accounts on Ashley Madison that were leaked in a massive hack by The Impact Team earlier this month.