Judge Allows Reality TV Sisters’ Suit Over Molestation Report

A national scandal should have been expected when city and county officials in Arkansas released details of a 2006 investigation into claims that reality TV star Josh Duggar sexually abused four of his sisters, a federal judge ruled, declining to dismiss their invasion of privacy claims.

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Reality TV Sisters Sue Over Release of Molestation Report

Four Duggar sisters from the canceled reality show “19 Kids and Counting” claim In Touch Weekly exploited them by publishing investigative reports detailing the 2006 child molestation case against their brother that police in Arkansas promised would be kept confidential.

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‘Real Housewives’ Dog Bite

The Ninth Circuit on Tuesday reversed a trial court’s $4,000 emotional-damages award for an attack by “Real Housewives” star Kim Richards’ pit bull, finding the court relied on outdated case law to arrive at a figure that “without further explanation appears unusually low.”

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