Porn star Danica Dillon who accused Josh Duggar of brutal rape and attempt to kill her, hopes he's jailed for life

In an interview with Hustler about five years ago, she said that Josh choked her, called her 'worthless' and a 'dirty s**t' and even spat in her face


                            Porn star Danica Dillon who accused Josh Duggar of brutal rape and attempt to kill her, hopes he's jailed for life
Danica Dillon (Wikipedia Commons by Michael Dorausch) and Josh Duggar (Getty Images)

Porn star Danica Dillon, whose real name is Ashley Johnston, first opened up about sexual assault allegations against Josh Duggar in May 2020. The disgraced reality star had denied the allegations at the time and eventually, Ashley dropped the $500,000 lawsuit. Now, after the child pornography charges against Duggar surfaced, leading to his arrest, Dillon has said that she is 'not shocked'. 

According to Daily Mail, Dillon remarked that it was 'disgusting' that the reality star got away with such crimes without any repercussion. She also added that she hoped he is imprisoned 'for the rest of his life'. 

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In an interview with Hustler about five years ago, Ashley said that Josh choked her, called her 'worthless' and a 'dirty s**t' and even spat in her face when she tried to push him away during rough intercourse. She described it as so intense and said, "If he's done this to me, how many other girls has he done this to? Has he murdered anybody?"

In an interview with The Sun, she reflected on the incident saying she never lied about it and had to undergo years of therapy to deal with the mental trauma. A married mom with a son and three daughters now, Ashley said, "Once the lawsuit got dropped, I was very criticized and very attacked after that point because people were like, 'She definitely was lying.' How dare she, how dare she shame other women, this is the reason why women are never believed or understood when they actually get sexually abused."

Duggar's wife was pregnant at that time. Ashley goes on to say, "He has done terrible things to other people that happened before my incident... he knows what he's done and he has to live with his demons. My biggest thing is his wife has stood by his side and I don't I think it's because she wanted to, I think it's because she thought that she didn't have a choice in the matter. I have four kids now of my own, and I don't even know how many they have at this point."

 



 

After five years, she has now moved on. "I'm a really good person. I have been my whole life even though I, you know, everybody makes choices in life that may not be the best at the time... but I know that I'm a good wife, I'm a good mother and I'm a good person now."

Shedding light on that night, she said, "At the time I had met a guy at a club that looked like your average every day, normal person. And you know, with being in the adult industry, it comes with getting paid extra to do extra when you travel. It's not just me. There's hundreds, thousands of other performers that do it." 

Describing what happened next, she said, "He came up. And it started off normal, but then it just got super aggressive... my airflow [was restricted], I was doing things that were super uncomfortable to me and I had said no multiple times. But in those situations, when you know that you're doing something wrong on your end, your first instinct isn't to call the police or call 911 and say you were just assaulted. Even though that person, what they were doing was wrong on multiple levels as well."

Talking about the intercourse at that time, she had said, "He grabbed my head and pulled me on to him and was doing a forced blowjob. I couldn’t breathe. Then he picked me up and threw me down on the bed and bent me over and was pulling my hair, calling me a dirty slut, telling me that I deserved it and that I like it. During doggy, he flipped me over and grabbed my legs, just threw me down and tossed me over. He pressed down pretty hard as if he was trying to push my neck into the bed, almost constricting my airway." 

She added that "money got thrown on my hotel dresser and he walked out." Ashley found out that the money was short and was "super frustrated." "I was like, 'This guy tried to kill me, and he didn't even pay me,'" she said. In her lawsuit, she said that she was paid $1,500 but didn't mention the price that was agreed upon. Not just that, court documents say that she was told to put out a testament that she lied about the entire fiasco. But, Ashley maintains that she didn't lie. 

 



 

When asked why she didn't walk out, she disclosed that she has been "a victim of abuse since the age of eight" and "found it very difficult to say no." She added how Josh was apologetic later. "He showed up to that a completely different personality, very apologetic. He said, 'I've seen your videos and I've seen how you've been treated in some of your videos. And I just assumed that I could do that to you. And you know, in some of your videos you've said no, and they kept going.'"

After the 2015 controversy, she couldn't go to the supermarket with her kids and struggled with mental issues. "Emotionally I've gotten a lot of help. I was a very paranoid person for a while... but that kind of went away in about 2017," she said, hinting on when she met her current husband. She added, "I had a therapist that was working really hard with me for just trauma in general."

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