Their brother Josh confessed to having molested four of his sisters and a babysitter after In Touch published a 2006 police report and apologized for his actions.
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Jill, Jessa, Jinger, and Joy (the fam's spinoff-worthy "fab four", if you will) filed a lawsuit against the city of Springdale, Arkansas over the 2015 police documents, according to TMZ.
The Duggar sisters are reportedly suing not only city and police officials but also county officials and the publishers of In Touch. The sisters said they spoke to police investigators and Child Services officials in 2006, only after they were assured that their statements would not be made public because they were minors at the time.
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They allege city and county investigators promised them confidentiality. In Touch got access to the documents after filing a FOIA request, following longstanding rumors that implicated Josh Duggar. But under Arkansas laws, the police are apparently forbidden from divulging any information about sexual misconduct involving children.
Part of the fallout from the scandalous revelation that Josh had molested his siblings when he was a teenager was the cancellation of the Duggar's TLC reality TV show, 19 Kids and Counting.
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Jill, Jessa, Jinger, and Joy argue that, after In Touch used the details of their case to publish at least eight articles, they were "victimized" by the public. The Duggar sisters said they were suing on behalf of all children who have been victims of molestation. These four oversaw and approved the release of the under-redacted report, the document states.