Josh Duggar is allegedly in even more hot water, according to new lawsuit.

Danica Dillon, an adult film star who claims that she was offered money to have sex with the former "19 Kids and Counting" star twice in March and April of last year, is asking for $500,000 in a lawsuit that alleges that he caused her "physical and emotional injuries."

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According to legal documents obtained by ET, Dillon says Duggar committed battery against her during their alleged sexual encounters. According to InTouch, the documents say that Dillon felt "as if she were being raped."

In September, Dillon sat down exclusively with ET and went into detail about her alleged physical encounters with the oldest Duggar son.

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According to Dillon, she was dancing at a club in Philadelphia in mid-March when she was allegedly approached by Duggar, 27. She told ET that he offered her $1,500 to have sex with her at the end of the night, which she allegedly accepted. She also alleged that their liaison quickly turned aggressive once they returned to her hotel room.

"He threw me on the bed and, in all honesty, though it was consensual it more or less felt like I was being raped," Dillon claimed.

Dillon also alleged that Duggar forced her to perform oral sex on him.

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"I never said no, I am going to have to reiterate that, I never told him no," she told ET. "But I did push him back and push him off and say that's too rough that's too rough."

In August, Duggar admitted to being "unfaithful" to his wife Anna after he was linked to paid Ashley Madison accounts. On Aug. 26, it was confirmed that he had checked into a treatment center to seek help.

ET has reached out to Duggar's rep and Dillon's lawyer for comment on the lawsuit.

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