Now that Danica Dillon has dropped her $500,000 lawsuit against Josh Duggar, and admitted in court documents that some of her claims were false, the porn star has been blasted on social media for not only lying, but for possibly accepting a payoff to drop the case. According to website Christian Today, after posting images on social media of fancy cars, some fans are wondering whether Dillon possibly was paid off by Josh Duggar himself, the Duggar family, or by TLC.
As TLC gears up for the next iteration of 19 Kids And Counting, protecting the reputations of their largest asset, the Duggar family, naturally, is paramount. The network has been seen in the Springdale, Arkansas, area the past few weeks following Jana Duggar, who is rumored to be at the center of the new series. There's also a possibility that Josh Duggar will appear in the series since witnesses claim his wife, Anna Duggar, was being followed by cameras, as well.Although Josh Duggar provided alibis for one of the dates Danica Dillon claims they had intercourse, it's not clear if he provided evidence for the other date in question. Either way, Danica requested to drop her lawsuit after failing to provide evidence that Josh Duggar assaulted her.
However, after begging to drop her lawsuit last week, Josh refused to let her until the stripper agreed to never bring the lawsuit back up again. Dillon originally balked at the request. However, in order to drop the lawsuit, she finally complied. According to the Huffington Post, the adult film star also acknowledged that some of her claims were false after attorneys for Josh Duggar threatened to file documents proving as much.
In court documents obtained by Radar Online, Dillon agreed to drop her lawsuit in a settlement agreement, in "which the parties agree would conclusively prove that [Dillon's] claims are fabricated."
Defending her claims she was roughed up by Josh Duggar over Twitter, Dillon posted "[j]ust because something was dropped doesn't mean it was a lie."Readers immediately fired back at the porn star, telling her that "yes it does," and her "lie (story) became more embellished every time you talked to media." The Twittersphere alleged that Dillon "kept adding new juicy gossip" as she recounted her interactions with Josh Duggar in order to "take advantage of [Josh Duggar's] issues to profit on it."
Telling social media followers that their "words are nothing" and posting a photo of herself giving the middle finger over Instagram "[t]o everyone who is calling me a liar," the stripper came under further scrutiny for further damaging rape victims who come forward to point the fingers at their accusers."Except you did lie," one detractor accused over Twitter, thanking Danica for "discrediting REAL sexual assault victims." Another reader advised Dillon that her alleged lies against Josh Duggar "make rape victims LESS likely to seek help as they won't be believed. I hope [Josh Duggar] sues you."
Speculation that Dillon was allegedly paid off to drop the $500,000 lawsuit began after the stripper posted photos over Twitter of a white vehicle, captioning the photo "[s]he's so beautiful!" Although nothing has been confirmed, in response to the rumors, Danica defended herself by tweeting "I post a picture, does it mean it's new or mine? If I posted a pic of an island does that mean I bought one?"The Christian Post also alleges that "several other questionable posts" might indicate a payoff to protect the Duggar family's reputation as they pursue more projects in the media limelight. After viewer response to Jill & Jessa: Counting On was favorable, it's expected that TLC has begun filming a new series with the Duggar family that might premiere some time in 2016.
What do you think? Did Danica Dillon lie about meeting up with Josh Duggar? Was she paid off to drop her lawsuit? Comment below![Image via Instagram]