Josh Duggar Battery Lawsuit Dismissed: Adult Film Star Danica Dillon Agrees to Drop Case

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The battery lawsuit against Josh Duggar has been dismissed.

New documents obtained by ET show that adult film star Danica Dillon -- who was seeking $500,000, alleging that Duggar caused her "physical and emotional injuries" during past sexual encounters -- has agreed to bear her own legal costs, drop the suit against Duggar, and not refile at a later date.

The documents also state that the disgraced former 19 Kids and Counting star will not file evidence "which both parties agree would conclusively prove that [Dillon's] claims are fabricated."

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On Friday, Dillon posted this response to her detractors on Instagram:

In January, a judge denied Duggar's motion to dismiss the lawsuit filed by Dillon, whose real name is Ashley Stamm-Northup, saying: "We decline to grant Duggar's motion to dismiss at this early stage of litigation where Stamm-Northup alleges Duggar treated her roughly, caused physical injuries, and she felt 'as if she was being raped.'"

In his January motion, Duggar stated that he did in fact have sex with Dillon for money on two occasions.

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