Josh Duggar has lost his lawsuit against In Touch Weekly. In 2015, the tabloid revealed that he was accused of molesting his younger sisters, all of whom starred on the TLC hit “19 Kids and Counting.” The molestation was said to have occurred in 2006 when all of them were minors. In June, Duggar and his sisters separately sued In Touch’s parent company, Bauer Publishing, claiming that their identities should have been redacted by police department officials who shared evidence of the allegations with the magazine.
Jill Dillard, Jessa Seewald, Jinger Vuolo and Joy Duggar filed suit in Arkansas in June, and Duggar later filed suit as well. In Touch always maintained that their reporting was legal and obtained through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). A judge has concurred with their argument, writing that the FOIA process was followed correctly. The sisters’ suit against local officials is still ongoing, as is Josh’s suit against the State of Arkansas Department of Human Services. (GossipCop)
I don't understand why the Duggars would blame a magazine for receiving documents that were not properly redacted. This was clearly a clerical error by the officials who leaked the records to the magazine, or maybe even an act of God. Isn't it funny how everything that happens is according to "God's will" until it adversely affects the Duggars?