Ashley Judd, Sister Spar Over Tracking Device in Car

Ashley Judd has asked for privacy after filing a police report

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Ashley Judd made a plea for privacy Wednesday after accusing her sister, country singer Wynonna Judd, of putting a tracking device on her car. In a statement on her website, Ashely Judd confirmed she has filed a police report.

For my safety and that of everyone around me, I naturally filed a police report, as any citizen would and should.
The media is unfortunately aggressively pursuing and publishing details, some of which should be private and confidential, such as my cell phone number, in their attempt to create salacious and divisive “news.”

Ashley Judd, 45, told police that she suspected her older sister put a tracking device in her Mini Cooper in early November as part of an ongoing custody dispute for the car, the Tennessean reports. No charges have been filed in the incident and a lawyer representing Wynonna Judd didn’t comment.