Fox News reports:
Homeland Security agents paid a visit to the car dealership in Arkansas where former reality star Josh Duggar works as part of an ongoing federal investigation, according to reports. The family denied a report earlier this week that the family home had been raided. However, it seems that the Duggars are in federal agents’ sights after all, as TMZ reports that investigators visited the Springdale, Ark., car dealership on Wednesday.
The outlet notes that the raid was in connection with a federal probe, but it’s unclear at this time exactly what is being investigated or what the Duggar family’s involvement may be. A Homeland Security spokesperson told KNWA on Tuesday: “I do not dispute the information that HSI was present there [Duggar home] pursuant to an ongoing federal criminal investigation.” The Duggar family went on to describe allegations that their residence was raided as “fake news.”
Homeland Security Goes to Josh Duggar’s Office for Investigation https://t.co/mgWAL9lGpl
— TMZ (@TMZ) November 21, 2019