It looks like the "debt-free" Duggars could soon be facing foreclosure!
Just after TLC officially canceled the Christian clan’s reality series 19 Kids And Counting due to son Josh’s sex abuse scandal, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal that patriarch Jim Bob and wife Michelle made a motion to dismiss their foreclosure lawsuit against a mortgage company.
As Radar reported in June, the reality TV parents to 19 children slapped Novastar Mortgage’s trustee, Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, with a lawsuit in August 2014, claiming they were never informed about a foreclosure proceeding on one of their properties.
The Duggars then asked the judge to order that they could buy out the Fayetteville, Arkansas, home, not far from the family’s sprawling Tontitown estate.
But in an unexpected twist, the couple filed the motion to dismiss the case on July 14.
A Washington County circuit court judge immediately approved the motion.
"It is therefore ordered, adjudged, and decreed, the petition filed herein be and same is hereby dismissed with prejudice," the documents state.
The mortgage company will now be able to continue their foreclosure proceedings uncontested.
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