Actress Ashley Judd accused her half-sister Wynonna Judd of putting a tracking device on her car in a case that police now say is inactive.
In a November police report, Ashley Judd said a mechanic apparently found the device on her Mini Cooper, which was being driven by someone else at the time, ABC News said. Ashley Judd said she thought the device
was put there by her country music star sister.
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In a police report, the device was tracked back to a private investigator working for Wynonna Judd, ABC said. The investigator reportedly gave the device to Wynonna Judd who gave it to her ex-husband, Arch Kelley, who put it on the car. Kelley has denied that, ABC said, and none of the three would comment about the police report.
Kelley and Wynonna are in an “ongoing custody dispute,” the report said, and it was reportedly put on the car “in order to track their movement,” ABC said.
In her memoir in 2011 called “All That Is Bitter and Sweet,” Ashley Judd said she was abused and a victim of incest. She has described her relationship with her sister and mother as “precious.”
Ashley Judd told ABC News in an earlier interview
that she is making amends with her family after writing the book.
“I love my sister and every time she walks in the room, I light up. There’s just nothing like a big sister,” Judd told ABC. “We’ve learned, they’ve certainly been famous a lot longer than I have, and we’ve learned that it’s really best not to dissemble our relationships in public. We do to a certain extent but the details are really none of anyone’s business.”
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