Duggar family news: Josh Duggar loses privacy lawsuit against In Touch

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Josh Duggar speaks at the Family Leadership Summit in Ames, Iowa August 9, 2014.(PHOTO: REUTERS/Brian Frank)

Former “19 Kids and Counting” star Josh Duggar has just lost his lawsuit against In Touch Weekly, the magazine that broke the news of his child molestation scandal from several years back.

It was In Touch that revealed in 2015 that Duggar molested his younger sisters in 2006 when they were all minors, according to Page Six. The family had dealt with the difficult experience in private, so when the news surfaced, they were upset that their privacy was violated.

Last June, Duggar and his sisters filed separate lawsuits against In Touch’s parent company, Bauer Publishing. They said that their identities should have been redacted by the authorities before being handed to the publication since they were minors at the time.

However, an Arkansas district judge dropped the lawsuit on Thursday, stating that the

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