Nevada Brothel Owner Bans Josh Duggar

Dennis Hof, the owner of the Moonlite Bunny Ranch, a legal brothel in Mound House, Nevada, has banned TV reality star Josh Duggar from entering the ranch or any other of his brothels in the state.

According to Joe My God, Hof said in a press release:

My number one priority has got to be the safety of my girls. We employ 500 girls at any one time, and we've had tens of thousands of them come and go over the years.

With the Duggars having 19 kids, it is just simple math that the odds are much greater than usual that one of their daughters might come work for us at some point. There's no way I would ever put them or any other girl in harm's way, should that brother of theirs come prowling around here. He's persona non grata, starting now.

Those poor girls (the Duggar sisters) were propped up on television by their Bible thumping parents to make excuses for their brother, saying that their mother and father had protected them after they became aware of the molestations by putting locks on the girls' doors. We don't have locks on our girls' doors, because we've never needed them. Apparently the Bunny Ranch brothel is a safer place for young girls than the Duggar household.

In Touch Weekly reported this week that the Duggar family recently refused to allow the Washington County DHS see a minor child in their Arkansas home.

The Washington County DHS called the Springdale Police Department on May 27 to request assistance (video below).

Sources: Joe My God, In Touch Weekly
Image Credit: Joseph Conrad


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