'Counting On' sisters Jill, Jessa, Jinger and Joy-Anna Duggar are currently embroiled in a legal battle against the city of Springdale, Arkansas, and its police officers, as well as In Touch magazine. The Duggar sisters are suing the county and magazine for releasing and publishing stories of their brother Josh's molestation scandal that broke out two years ago.

While the Duggar family has chosen to remain silent about their latest lawsuit, one sister is speaking out. jill duggar-Seewald broke her silence with a one-sentence tweet, standing up for the entire Duggar clan.

Jill Speaks Up!

In her tweet, Jill emphasized the reason why the Duggar sisters decided to sue for breach of privacy.

She stated that revealing juvenile identities who are victims of abuse is "never ok."

In 2015, after a series of rumors, Josh Duggar confessed that he has molested girls including his younger sisters, who were then minors. Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar's eldest son also admitted to cheating on his wife Anna over pornography sites. As a result, their hit TLC reality series "19 Kids and Counting" was taken off the air and Josh went to a religious rehabilitation facility.

According to the Duggar sisters' lawsuit, Arkansas violated the law which prohibits authorities from releasing any document of cases which involve minors.

City Officials Question the Duggars' Lawsuit

The City of Springdale, Arkansas is hitting back at the Duggar sisters' complaint.

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In a recent official statement, the city officials maintained that they lawfully exercised the Freedom of Information Act Request.

They also claimed that the Duggar family was kept up to date regarding the status of the molestation case throughout. As such, they are questioning the timing of the Duggars' filing of their case and the fact that the reality stars are asking for money for damages.

Fans react: why sue everyone but Josh?

Many fans are reacting negatively on the "Counting On" sisters' move and Jill's recent statement. Why not sue their brother instead for molesting them as kids, some asked on Twitter. Others pointed out that Jill, Jessa, Jinger and Joy-Anna are only in it for the money.

Jill and her husband Derick Dillard are currently back in America after their mission trip to Central America.

While their comeback may be linked to their latest legal battle, 26-year-old Jill is also in her third trimester of pregnancy and it is said she will be giving birth in the U.S.

Joy-Anna is believed to be getting married to fiance Austin Forsyth this Saturday, May 27, instead of their original October 28 wedding date. Jill's return to the States makes fans believe that another Duggar wedding is indeed happening this weekend.

Meanwhile, Duggar matriarch Michelle just posted a photo of her daughters. "Counting On" Season 3 is set to premiere this June on TLC.