Duggar Sisters Suing Police Officials for Breach of Privacy, Due To Leaked Records Showing Molestation By Brother

Reality TV stars, especially those who pander to religion and silliness are always upset when their “secrets” are revealed. These young ladies should also sue their parents for putting them in the public eye, when they were doing what most religious people in the Bible belt are doing, sleeping around with everyone in the church, especially family members.   Jill, Jessa, Jinger and Joy-Anna Duggar are suing Springdale, Arkansas city and police officials, as well as InTouch magazine, for breach of privacy in releasing and publishing information in regards to brother Josh Duggar’s molestation scandal, according to the Associated Press. TMZ was first to report the lawsuit.jill-and-jessa-counting

According to the AP, the four sisters who came forward about being molested by their brother years ago, claim that when they spoke to investigators in 2006 about the molestation, “they were assured their statements would only be shared with police and child service officials.”


The filing, per TMZ, states that InTouch filed a Freedom of Information Act request in 2015 to obtain the police reports, but that under Arkansas laws, police are forbidden from disclosing any information related to sexual misconduct involving minors.

Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett
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