Josh Duggar may be winning lawsuit against stripper Danica Dillon
Josh Duggar might finally be getting a break.
According to The Inquisitr, Duggar could be making strides in the $500,000 lawsuit filed against him by stripper Danica Dillon, alleging physical abuse. The site reports that the case was scheduled for a pretrial hearing on Thursday, but by Wednesday, Dillon had yet to provide the judge with proof of the rough sex she says took place, or the wages she claims she lost from being unable to work following the incident.
Court documents reveal that Duggar's lawyers want the case thrown out due to Dillon's lack of evidence. They say that so far, she's refused to disclose medical records, information about her lost wages and a series of text messages she claims she exchanged with Duggar, which will allegedly prove the nature of their relationship.
All Dillon has provided to the judge so far is a copy of her $900 contract with Creekside Cabaret, the Pennsylvania strip club where she claims she and Duggar met before he allegedly abused her. Duggar's lawyers say the contract "alone is not sufficient to determine the wages lost to date in light of her alleged inability to work since mid-April." His team has asked the judge to force Dillon to submit more proof of her allegations.
Meanwhile, Dillon's own family seems to be against her story. Her sister, Mariah Stamm, told Radar Online that Dillon "pretty much followed Josh for six months before the first encounter ever happened," and that she stalked him on Twitter to know where he was at all times. Stamm claims Dillon is looking for "15 minutes of fame."
Dillon has appeared on talk shows since filing her lawsuit against Duggar, seemingly giving weight to her sister's claims.