Josh Duggar is apparently still not out of the woods for last year’s revelations of his sexual transgressions. The former 19 Kids and Counting star is now being sued by the man who’s avatar he stole when he was looking for hookups online.
TMZ reports that photographer Matthew McCarthy is taking legal action against Duggar after finding out that his picture was used on Duggar’s Ashley Madison, OkCupid, and Twitter accounts. McCarthy argues that Duggar stole and misused his intellectual property, and that the appearance of his face in connection with the reality star’s scandals has been a source of humiliation for him.
McCarthy is specifically seeking compensation due to an avalanche of “harassing messages” he received, and also because he says his connection to the scandal cost him gigs as a DJ.
Duggar entered the media spotlight last year when it came to light that he molested several young girls, including some of his sisters. The firestorm caused TLC to cancel his family’s reality show, but the scandal opened itself up again when Duggar was outed by hackers to be a frequent user of porn and dating websites.
[h/t Daily Dot]
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