As we reported yesterday, Danica Dillon is suing Josh Duggar for assault, citing physical and emotional injuries incurred during their sexual encounters.
Now, new details about the case are emerging, and it sounds as though their interactions consisted of more than the "rough sex" Danica initially described.
In court papers obtained by Radar, Dillon's lawyers describe a harrowing scene in which the former porn star and stripper actually feared for her life.
"Plaintiff felt as if she were being raped by the Defendant,” the documents read.
“Plaintiff is currently being treated for severe anxiety similar to PTSD by a psychiatrist due to Defendant’s violent and outrageous conduct."
“Further," the court papers continue, "Plaintiff has been unable to work in her chosen field as a direct consequence of Defendant’s actions.”
She can no longer work as a porn star or stripper because of Josh? Really?
Dillon - a married mother of two - says this is indeed the case, and as a result of her trauma, is seeking damages "in excess of $500,000."
Though she waited more than a year to file her suit, some experts believe that the exotic dancer will likely get exactly what she wants.
In a statement, Dillon's lawyer stated, “The defendant may be subject to [having to talk about] his prior bad [or] sexually abusive acts at trial."
It was a clear message to the Duggar family that if the case winds up in court, Josh will be forced to answer questions he doesn't want to.
His past sexual indiscretions, such as molesting five young girls when he was still in his teens, were exposed in shocking detail this year.
Moreover, the 28-year-old was outed as an Ashley Madison user who cheated on his wife Anna, the mother of his four young children.
Currently, Josh is in rehab being treated for addictions to sex and porn at a Christian labor camp in Illinois, while Anna ponders her future.
The Duggars have yet to speak out on the suit filed against Josh, but are said to be desperate to keep the estranged marriage intact.
In other words, an out-of-court payout is possible, if not likely.