Police will soon destroy the documents surrounding ’19 Kids and Counting’ star Josh Duggar’s molestation case after one of his alleged victims — an underage female — asked a judge to keep her identity a secret. Find out all the details here!
If Josh Duggar, 27, is truly guilty of molesting five underage girls, as an investigation from the past suggests, then he’ll likely get away with it. Not only because the statue of limitations ran out, but because the investigation documents are going to be destroyed at the request of one of the alleged victims.
Josh Duggar Molestation Documents To Be Destroyed: Victim Wants Identity Protected
In a new court order (seen above), obtained by HollywoodLife.com, a judge in Washington County, Arkansas, has requested that the police report in the 19 Kids and Counting star’s molestation case be destroyed and expunged from public record.
One of the alleged victims, who is only referred to as “Jane Doe” in the court order, was worried that the police report with her name on it would eventually be revealed to the public. And because she’s still a minor, she filed the petition to have the police destroy the document. Luckily for her, the judge agreed and signed off on the order on May 21.
Josh Duggar Allegedly Molested 5 Minor Girls
As HollywoodLife.com previously told you, Josh was the subject of a police investigation in 2006, which was first reported by InTouch Weekly magazine. He was accused of molesting five underage girls, some of whom are his sisters, but he was never prosecuted.
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— Chris Rogers