It’s been four years since the world learned that Josh Duggar molested five young girls while he was still in his teens.
The revelation of the crime — along with the fact that four of Josh’s victims were his sisters — sparked widespread outrage and calls for TLC to cut ties with the family.
At first, the boycott threats appeared to be effective.
TLC canceled 19 Kids and Counting, which at the time was the bedrock of the Duggars’ media empire.
But remarkably, the family managed to make a comeback, and within a year, the entire Duggar clan — sans Josh, of course — had returned to the network that made them famous with the 19 Kids spinoff Counting On.
Most celebrities in a similar position would have been eager to sweep the entire incident under the carpet — but not the Duggars.
No, from the very start, the Duggars have made it clear that they intend to seek revenge on the legal authorities and media outlets who they feel are responsible for their scandal.
Josh Duggar has filed suit against Springdale, Arkansas police department for releasing information regarding the case, as well as In Touch Weekly for being the first to publish …read more
Source:: The Hollywood Gossip