The Truth About Adam And Danielle Busby's Cheating Rumors

OutDaughtered stars Adam and Danielle Busby welcomed their first daughter, Blayke Busby, in April 2011, five years after they tied the knot in 2006. The couple had struggled with fertility issues, conceiving Blayke via intrauterine insemination (IUI). Both Danielle and Adam took fertility drugs to help ensure the process was successful, which was stressful at times. "It definitely [was a] challenging time for Adam and I's relationship," Danielle wrote on the family's website, It's A Buzz World.

The Texas residents tried IUI for their second pregnancy (Danielle also was on a fertility drug), and that's how their quints came to be. The two welcomed Riley Paige Busby, Hazel Grace Busby, Parker Kate Busby, Olivia Marie Busby, Ava Lane Busby in April 2015. 

Due to interest in the quints (they're the first all-female quints in the United States!), TLC did a special with the family before giving them a reality series in 2016. OutDaughtered is on its seventh season as of this writing.

As one might imagine, all of these life changes weren't always easy on the couple. And throughout OutDaughtered's run, some fans have speculated about whether Adam has cheated on Danielle. "I GOT FEELING, ADAM MAY BE HAVIN AN AFFAIR," a viewer tweeted in 2017 (via Inquisitr). "HES DISTANT, FAILED TO COME HOME ON TIME FOR VALENTINES, AND ACTS LIKE HE WANTS 'OUT.'" 

For fans who are concerned about the gossip, here's everything you need to know about Adam and Danielle Busby's cheating rumors. 

Adam Busby hit back at the cheating rumors

The Twitter user mentioned above wasn't the only person who questioned Adam Busby's behavior in 2017, with another fan chiming in, "The husband on OutDaughtered will eventually leave, y'all can pay me later." Ouch.

Interestingly enough, Adam spotted the tweet and didn't miss a beat with his response. "I'd take you up on that bet any day," he replied. "Our marriage is rock solid. Don't ever doubt that no matter what you see on our show." 

Adam's supposedly distant behavior could be explained by his struggle with postpartum depression. The dad opened up about his diagnosis in July 2017 to ABC News, sharing that he felt overwhelmed with his many responsibilities. "The babies, providing for my family and the kids and stuff, I felt like it was just constantly on my mind to where it's really hard to focus on anything else," he shared. "I started withdrawing from friends that I've talked to on a daily basis. I didn't feel like engaging with people ... just because of the weight and constantly thinking about all this stuff that I have to prepare for."

Adam added, "I felt like my love, my mental state, my thoughts, I gave every ounce to my family and I poured that into my family and my girls. I felt like at the end of the day, there was just nothing left."

Kudos to Adam for speaking out on such an important issue.