4 Duggar Sisters Sue Springdale for Releasing Josh Duggars' Child Molestation Reports

SPRINGDALE, Ark. (E! News) - It's been two years since Josh Duggar's molestation controversy was first revealed, and four of the Duggar daughters are seeking justice.
 
According to TMZ, Jill, Jessa, Jinger and Joy Duggar have all filed a lawsuit against the Springdale, Ark. over police documents that were leaked in 2015.
 
 
The lawsuit alleges that the investigative reports that were conducted back in 2006 took place when all four were under age, therefore they were told that the reports would only be made available to law enforcement and child service officers if need be.
 
The sisters also claim that In Touch magazine filed a Freedom of Information Act request back when all of the drama was unfolding in the spotlight and that as many as eight stories were published about the investigation.
 
The documents describe how, under Arkansas state law, any specific information (namely, the identity of the victims) related to the sexual abuse of a child is prohibited from being released by police.
 
Jill, Jessa, Jinger and Joy are also reportedly suing the police and the publication.
 
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