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Jill Duggar Accuses Father Jim Bob Duggar Of Abuse In Shocking Unsealed Court Documents

Jill Duggar accused her father, Jim Bob, of abuse in newly unsealed court documents from her 2017 lawsuit. Counting On stars Jill, Jessa, Joy-Anna and Jinger previously sued the city of Springdale and its police department for releasing their private information to the public after their father told local authorities that their brother Josh had molested five minor girls. Jill and Jessa both confessed to law enforcement they were two of the victims involved, but not all alleged victims have come forward.
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Jim Bob Duggar Gets Clobbered in GOP Primary With Just 456 Votes

Nothing good seems to come out of the Duggar family of late, nor do good things tend to happen to it. Family patriarch Jim Bob Duggar, the father of recently convicted sex offender Josh Duggar and accused child endangerer Jana Duggar, lost his Republican primary for an Arkansas state senate seat Tuesday, drawing in a dismal 15 percent of votes, equating to just 456 votes. He lost to Springdale City Councilmember Colby Fulfer, who garnered 46 percent of votes. Josh Duggar, who once helmed a conservative activism group aimed at preserving “family values,” was convicted last week of child pornography, though it’s unclear if that played much of a role in the vote. It doesn’t help that Duggar couldn’t even get full support from his family—his son-in-law Derick Dillard, who is married to Duggar’s daughter Jill, endorsed his opponent.

Jim Bob Duggar Announces He's Running for Arkansas State Senate

Jim Bob Duggar is the latest reality star to run for office. The father of 20 announced Friday on his family's Facebook page that he will be campaigning for Arkansas State Senate District 7. Prior to starring on TLC's 19 Kids and Counting from 2008 to 2015, Jim Bob previously...

Jim Bob Duggar to run for vacated state senate seat

Photo: Michelle (L) and Jim Bob Duggar of The Learning Channel TV show “19 Kids and Counting” speak at the Values Voter Summit on Sept. 17, 2010 in Washington, DC. The annual summit drew nearly two thousand people to advocate for conservative causes. (Photo by Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images) One day...

Jim Bob Duggar running for Arkansas State Senate District 7

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — According to a Facebook post on Duggar Family Official, Jim Bob Duggar announced he will be a candidate for Arkansas State Senate District 7. Duggar will run for Arkansas State Senate District 7, which includes Springdale, Johnson, Goshen and Elkins in eastern Washington County. He previously...