There's more hypocrisy from the family of "19 Kids and Counting." Pedophile Josh Duggar sued police and a media source for violating him after they reported his incestuous violation of his sisters. "Counting On" stars Jill Dillard, Jessa Seewald, Jinger Duggar Vuolo and Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth filed a lawsuit local authorities and InTouch magazine and their sex addict brother wanted a piece of the damages. Talk about double dipping!

Duggar evades responsibility

TLC canceled the Duggar family reality TV show "19 Kids and Counting" after Josh Duggar's sex scandal.

A police report revealed that the eldest son of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar molested several girls including younger sisters. Because Josh was 15 when it began, some said he was too young to understand incest or pedophilia. His dad Jim Bob Duggar covered it up and his parents basically said that boys will be boys. The "Counting On" family has always blamed everyone else for their son's behavior, mostly the "liberal" media

Duggar sisters sue cops, media over brother's sex abuse

It is interesting who is and isn't listed as a litigant in the "19 Kids and Counting" sex scandal lawsuit. Oldest unmarried sister unmarried Jana Duggar, believed to one of the molested girls, isn't. While Jill Dillard, Jessa Seewald, Jinger Duggar Vuolo and Joy-Anna Duggar are.

Supposedly, Josh didn't molest all of these girls, though one was much younger. The reality television sisters are suing Springdale, Arkansas police and county prosecutors and InTouch for invading their privacy.

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Why are these "19 Kids and Counting" girls named? Each of them is married while Jana Duggar is single.

Fans have wondered if spouses Derick Dillard, Ben Seewald, Jeremy Vuolo and Austin Forsyth have supported or even encouraged their wives to sue. Each of these sisters has a high-profile reality TV career, massive social media following and, ergo, an image to protect. But what's really shocking is that Josh Duggar is suing.

Josh Duggar didn't stop with pedophila

The "19 Kids and Counting" sex scandal didn't end with fondling sisters. Josh was busted with multiple Ashley Madison cyber-adultery accounts. Duggar faked a profile and stole the identity of Matthew McCarthy. A ostensibly penitent Josh admitted a porn addiction, an affair with stripper porn star Danica Dillon and cheating on his wife Anna Duggar. Dillon and McCarthy are suing Josh.

Victimizer Josh Duggar plays the victim card

For all his penitence, the "19 Kids and Counting" star now cries martyr. Duggar entered and failed to complete sex addiction rehab. He and his pregnant wife say he's healed. The reality TV celebrity blames the police for revealing info he was promised in 2006 would be suppressed.

The dad of four says he's as much a victim as his sisters, being "forced to relieve the painful and difficult circumstances of a traumatic experience as a juvenile." He wants damages for mental anguish from the sex scandal he created. The TLC star has since retracted his lawsuit. But folks are saying the very fact that he would even consider it shows how reformed Josh Duggar isn't.