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February 09, 2016

Danica Dillon Drops Lawsuit Against Josh Duggar—But Why?

PHILADELPHIA, Pa.—When we last left Danica Dillon, she was trying to drop her sexual assault lawsuit against "Reality TV" star Josh Duggar after failing to follow a court order to provide to the defense, by January 29, a "detailed written demand, attaching all key documents in support of their demand, upon all parties claimed to be responsible for any claim of relief"  regarding the alleged assaults that Duggar had allegedly committed on Dillon during sexual encounters following two of Dillon's appearances at Philadelphia area strip clubs. (Duggar had admitted to one of the encounters, but claimed that nothing untoward had happened during or after the sex, and has produced a plane ticket as evidence that he wasn't even in the area when the second alleged sexual encounter supposedly took place.) Trouble is, due to a legal technicality, Dillon could not drop the suit without Duggar's permission—and as of last Tuesday, he wasn't about to agree to that unless Dillon agreed to drop the charges "with prejudice," meaning that she could not refile them at a later date, that she admit in public that the charges were false, and also that she pay Duggar's attorney fees. But now, roughly a week later, the case has indeed been dropped, with prejudice, though apparently without Dillon agreeing to pay Duggar's attorney fees—and social media has been speculating quite extensively about why that happened. "Duggar's attorney, Jeffrey Conrad, confirmed that 'there was no settlement' and that Dillon's lawsuit against his client 'is a lie,' adding that 'we don't deal with someone who fabricated,'" reported Christianity Today. Well, Duggar may not "deal with someone who fabricated," but the rumors are that someone did—and that someone might very well have been connected to The Learning Channel (TLC), the cable TV network that formerly aired the incredibly popular Duggar-based series 19 Kids and Counting. "With rumors flying around regarding a new show that TLC is prepping for the religiously inclined clan, it seems there are more struggles on the way, especially now that fans think the network paid off Dillon so other details about her encounter with the father of four will be shut down," reported The Christian Post. "The speculations further grew after Dillon posted a photo of a white car on Twitter. She captioned the photo 'She's so beautiful!' This photo, plus several other questionable posts that could be related to her recent face-off with the Duggars, led fans to believe that she might have taken cash in exchange of her silence." "We know that Josh hasn't worked in almost a year, and his parents reportedly refused to help him buy his way our of his latest scandal, so it's unlikely that he came up with the cash to pay Dillon off himself," added Tyler Johnson of TheHollywoodGossip website. Notably, one of the reasons that Dillon's attorney gave for wanting to drop the case last week was that Dillon allegedly had run out of money to pay him for his work, and therefore couldn't pay Duggar's attorney fees even if she wanted to. Ah, well; in any case, whatever differences the parties may have had over dropping the suit appears to have been settled, and the judge in the case signed the Order of Dismissal last Friday so, we're guessing, all's right with the world once again!

 
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