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Porn Star Drops $500,000 Lawsuit Against Josh Duggar— But Denies Lying About Sexual Battery!

Josh Duggar Porn Star Lawsuit Dropped
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Feb. 6 2016, Updated 4:02 p.m. ET

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Josh Duggar's nightmare is finally over.

Porn star Danica Dillon has officially dropped her $500,000 battery lawsuit against the Christian father of four, RadarOnline.com can confirm.

According to U.S. District Court documents exclusively obtained by Radar, the 29-year-old adult film actress, otherwise known as Ashley Stamm-Northup, agreed to dismiss the case with prejudice, meaning she can't refile the case in the future.

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As part of the agreement, both parties had to acknowledge that Dillon's "claims were fabricated," February 5 documents state.

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However, the mother of two is changing her tune on social media.

"Just because something was dropped doesn't mean it was a lie," she tweeted this afternoon.

As Radar previously reported, Dillon claimed the married Duggar, 27, choked her and spit on her face during a paid sex session last year following a wild time at a Pennsylvania strip club.

She said she suffered from PTSD following the brutal tryst.

However, Duggar has denied ever meeting Dillon, despite previously admitting to a porn addiction and cheating on his wife.

He is expected to complete a six-month stint at a Bible-based rehab center later this month.

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