Conservative family-values advocate Josh Duggar, who was at the center of a child molestation scandal that led to the cancellation of his family's reality show "19 Kids & Counting," reportedly had a paid account on the infidelity-arrangement website AshleyMadison.com.

Gawker.com Wednesday posted an analysis of some of the 9.7 gigabytes of customer-information data that hackers recently took from the site, and found that a credit card belonging to a Joshua J. Duggar at a billing address registered to the home of grandmother Mary paid $986.76 for two different monthly subscriptions from February 2013 through May 2015. The data listed the types of sex acts the married Duggar, 27, enjoyed and the type of companion he preferred.

Gawker's analysis indicated that a second account was registered in July 2014 to his home in Oxen Hill, Maryland, where he had been working since 2013 as executive director of the conservative-Christian Family Research Council's lobbying PAC. He resigned that position in May following revelations of the sexual molestation he had committed in his teens.