Josh Duggar has made the big decision to drop his part of the Lawsuit that he was joining with his sisters. This federal lawsuit was filed by his sisters because the police documents of the molestation case were revealed after they were told that they wouldn't be. When Josh allegedly molested his sisters, they were juveniles and were told that nothing they shared with police would be released, but they were later given to In Touch Weekly. Arkansas Online shared the details about Josh deciding to pull out of the case.

The details about Josh withdrawing are revealed

Duggar’s attorney Gregory Payne filed the one-sentence motion to withdraw Friday, and it was granted by U.S.

District Judge Tim Brooks. So far, Josh Duggar isn't speaking out on why he decided to withdraw his part of the case. You can easily assume that his lawyer thought it was probably a good idea, but the fans would love to hear straight from Josh why he made this decision.

Ever since the news of Josh Duggar's allegedly molesting his sisters came out his life has changed. Josh went and spent some time in sex rehab and then came back home to live with his wife, Anna. He is now not allowed on the shows on TLC at all. Their show "19 Kids and Counting" was canceled, but then it was picked back up as "Counting On." Josh was able to fix his marriage and now he is expecting his fifth child with his wife Anna.

What are the girls going to do?

At this time, Josh Duggar's sisters haven't pulled out of their part of the lawsuit.

Jill Dillard, Jessa Seewald, Jinger Vuolo and Joy-Anna Forsyth are all involved in the lawsuit. These are four of the older girls, and they are all married now. It appears that they are going to go forward with it. The fans would love to hear, but they have been pretty quiet about this and what is going on. They also haven't been talking about it on new episodes of "Counting On." They are showing a lot about their lives, but not that part.

They did do a special about the issue when the word first came out, but the show is all about happy thoughts and doesn't show this part of their lives.

Are you shocked to hear that Josh Duggar has pulled out of the lawsuit? Do you think that this was the right decision? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss new episodes of "Counting On" when they air on Monday nights on TLC.

At this time, it looks like Josh won't be appearing at all, but you never know if that could end up changing in the future.

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