Josh Duggar has filed to suppress images taken of his hands upon his arrest in April. He claimed that the photographs were a violation of his Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights and that law enforcement officials should have obtained a warrant to take the photos. The prosecution immediately fired back, claiming that Duggar “voluntarily consented” to having pictures taken.

This is the latest story in a long saga of Duggar’s alleged crimes. Duggar originally gained public recognition from the show 19 Kids and Counting, where he and his family were featured as the main characters. In 2015, a police report from 2006 surfaced, revealing that the reality star had molested five local teenage girls. Two of his sisters came forward and said they were victims of his crimes.

Duggar’s ongoing case surrounds over 200 images of “child sexual abuse” which were found on his personal devices. The images and videos feature children ranging from 18 months to 12 years performing various sexual acts, a collection that left the Homeland Security investigator unsettled. Following Duggar’s arrest, he was released to third-party custodians and barred from being around minors, except his own children.

A court hearing date has been set for October 4 to examine the new evidence.

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