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Four of the Duggar sisters are suing for a breach in privacy

19 May 2017, 10:59 | Winston Chapman

Four of the Duggar sisters are suing for a breach in privacy

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According to the lawsuit, the four sisters are seeking unspecified compensatory and punitive damages against the Arkansas city of Springdale, Arkansas' Washington County, members of the Springdale Police Department and In Touch, alleging they were "revictimized" by the release of the documents that contained "cosmetic redactions" allowing them to be identified as their brother's victims.

Plaintiffs include the city of Springdale, Washington County, former Springdale Police Chief Kathy O'Kelley, Springdale City Attorney Ernest Cate, Rick Hoyt with the Washington County Sheriff's Office, former Washington County Attorney Steve Zega and Bauer Media Group, which published In Touch magazine and related social media sites.

Messages left with representatives of the city, county and publishers of the magazine drew no responses Thursday. That was after an anonymous tipster reported the girls had been molested by their brother.

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They say In Touch filed a Freedom of Information Act request in 2015 to obtain the police files and publishing at least 8 stories about the investigation. The sisters now claim that according to Arkansas laws, police are forbidden from sharing information pertaining to the sexual abuse of children. Duggar Sisters Sue Cops & "In Touch Weekly" for Releasing Josh Molestation Reports https://t.co/JqJQD4p6dT - TMZ (@TMZ) May 18, 2017 The tabloid first broke the news of the Duggar family's molestation case in May of 2015.

At the time that In Touch's report was published, the Duggar sisters were starring on "19 Kids and Counting", which began following the family in 2008 and became TLC's highest-rated reality show. You'll recall, in the months following the story. the Duggars' show, "19 Kids and Counting", was canceled, and Josh entered a rehab program. The Duggars told TMZ that they are suing as a means to protect all children who are victims of abuse. They admitted that the allegations were true. But Jill Duggar rejected In Touch's claim that it was the sisters who revealed they were among the victims in the molestation case.

They both railed against all the reporting at the time, stating that the focus was tantamount to a "re-victimization that's even a thousand times worse".



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