Not all The Duggars can play a plant card.
Back in May, Jill Dillard, Jinger Vuolo, Jessa Seewald, and Joy-Anna Duggar filed a lawsuit opposite military and county officials in Springdale and Washington County, Arkansas, as good as a publishers of In Touch, for releasing military papers divulgence Josh Duggar intimately assaulted members of his family.
The sisters argued their lawsuit was “about safeguarding children who are victims of abuse,” saying that underneath Arkansas laws, military are banned from divulging any information about passionate bungle involving children.
The box was so airtight, even their abuser wanted in! A month later, it was suggested Josh was looking to join his sisters’ lawsuit over feeling “victimized and forced to soothe a unpleasant and formidable resources of a dire experience” from a controversy.
But unfortunately for Josh, a girls don’t consider his “traumatic experience” unexpected creates him a plant in a box where he’s unequivocally a perpetrator.
The Counting On stars have suggested they wish a decider to repudiate their large bro’s ask to join their lawsuit. New justice docs performed by E! News state Josh’s participation subsequent to his victims will “confuse” a jury:
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