Josh Duggar thinks he has suffered enough in the two years that followed the sexual molestation scandal that rocked his family’s world. According to a new report posted by The Daily Mail, the eldest Duggar sibling is seeking to join the sisters he admittedly fondled as teens in legal action over his highly-publicized molestation scandal.

Duggar sisters Jill, Jessa, Jinger, and Joy recently filed a federal lawsuit in Arkansas seeking unspecified compensatory damages against In Touch magazine and Arkansas law enforcement over documents released to the celebrity gossip magazine. Now, Josh Duggar wants in on the action.

In the new suit, Josh Duggar claims that he has received no sympathy from the Public and that his reputation has been permanently damaged.

How did Josh Duggar suffer?

According to the newspaper, Duggar filed a motion asking to join the legal case, alleging he has “suffered severe emotional distress, embarrassment, humiliation and economic harm both to his personal and professional reputations” as a result of the tabloid’s report that he molested girls, including his sisters, as a teen.

The four Duggar sisters maintain they were “revictimized” by the release of the private documents that caused them to be publicly identified as their brother’s victims. All five of the Duggars say that they were told by investigators in 2006 that their statements would not be made public.

But under the Freedom of Information Act, In Touch was granted the investigation records and went on to publish multiple stories on the report.

While the name of Josh and his four sisters were redacted from the released police reports, their famous parents’ names weren't, so it wasn’t hard to figure out who the molested minors were.

A second bombshell further damaged the family’s squeaky clean image

After Josh Duggar’s bombshell molestation scandal was made public, he issued a public apology and resigned from his job at Family Research Council in Washington, D.C. The entire Duggar clan paid the price when TLC promptly canceled the family’s long-running reality show "19 Kids and Counting.” And soon after, Josh was busted again when his name turned up on a hacked list of clients on the affair-seeking website, Ashley Madison.

Josh Duggar’s double life was exposed once again, a decade after he molested five girls.

The dad of four has been laying low for months, but he recently appeared in a new photo posted on his wife Anna’s Instagram page. As for the rest of the Duggars, Josh’s sisters reportedly forgave him for his evil actions years ago. But the damage is done and now they all want damages.

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