As the "19 Kids and Counting" incest lawsuit gets its day in court, blame is flying everywhere--except at the perpetrator. In fact, Josh Duggar is suing Springdale, Arkansas police and media over "leaked" pedophilia names. So are sisters Jill Duggar Dillard, Jessa Duggar Seewald, Jinger Duggar Vuolo and Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth. The city countered that the "Counting On" Celebrities are exploitative "cash-grabbers" wasting taxpayer money.

Judge hears one Duggar lawsuit

KNWA news reported that the U.S. District court in Fayetteville, Arkansas heard the case of the Duggar sisters vs.

City of Springdale, Arkansas and In Touch Weekly magazine. Jessa Seewald and her siblings say their privacy as minor sexual assault victims was violated when the "Counting On"girls and parents Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar spoke to police. That's just one court case involving the Duggars and "19 Kids and Counting" sex scandal. The other is from the incestuous brother himself.

Josh Duggar "violated" in molestation reveal?

The violator is the violated, says the Duggars' eldest boy. The "19 Kids and Counting" reality television star claims he was promised immunity if he admitted to molesting his "Counting On" sisters as a teen. Dad Jim Bob Duggar covered it up and only called authorities in 2006 after again catching Josh fondling his sisters' breasts and genitals.

Josh only went public because the police report surfaced. Now the Reality TV celebrity is suing police as well.

Victimizer Josh Duggar plays victim card

Josh says he was a minor during the incest and is as victimized as his siblings. His sisters in "Counting On" may agree that he's a victim, but the social media celebrities don't want him throwing in with their lawsuit.

As Anna Duggar gave birth to their fifth child, the new dad was blocked from joining the "19 Kids and Counting" lawsuit. But the dad of five needs money after losing his anti-LGBT spokesman and reality TV gigs: his lawsuit seeks thousands in damages.

Police: Duggars cashing in on incest

Duggar has been accused of cashing in on his pedophilia.

Porn addiction, adultery and Ashley Madison scandals have been very kind to "Counting On" in ratings. So has incest. Springdale authorities say the Duggars knew names might be listed under the Freedom of Information Act. They blame the "19 Kids and Counting" girls for wasting taxpayer dollars. Jill Dillard claims that their lawsuit would protect underage victims. But if so, authorities ask why the"Counting On" celebrities are seeking monetary damages?