Josh Duggar didn’t consult with Jill, Jessa, Jinger, and Joy-Anna before attempting to join their breach of privacy lawsuit. According to a new report, the four Duggar sisters didn’t want to sit next to Josh in court, so they begged a judge not to grant his motion to intervene in their lawsuit against In Touch Weekly and Northwest Arkansas officials.Josh Duggar has confessed to sexually molesting four of his younger sisters as a teenager, but he believes that fans of his famously large family should still be ignorant of this information. Josh’s victims—Jill, Jessa, Jinger, and Joy-Anna—agree with their brother’s position that In Touch Weekly never should have been allowed to obtain and publish the police reports detailing what he did to them. However, they aren’t interested in helping their abuser get a payout for being outed.In June, Josh Duggar filed a motion to intervene in his sisters’ breach of privacy lawsuit over the release of records describing the sexual abuse that they suffered at his hands. Josh argued that he should be allowed to join their lawsuit because he was also a victim who suffered when his dark past was uncovered. However, his sisters later asked a judge to deny his request. In court documents recently obtained by E! News, they contend that it would hurt their case if Josh were to join them as a plaintiff.
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