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Wynonna Judd accused of putting tracking device on sister Ashley's car

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Wynonna Judd and her sister Ashley Judd have always had their problems. On Dec. 14, TMZ reported that Ashley is now accusing her sister of putting a tracking device on her car so that she will always know where she is at and what she is doing.

This all started in November. Wynonna's daughter actually had a mechanic look on Ashley's car for a tracking device. She was pretty sure that there was one on the vehicle and wanted to know for sure. It was found and then they told the police all about it.

At first Wynonna didn't even want to talk to the police, but finally her lawyer returned the calls. It turns out she did put it on the car, but it was to track her daughter because she knew she was using Ashley's vehicle. A lot of parents put devices on phones and things, but this might be a bit much. Her daughter is still a teenager.

What do you think of Wynonna trying to track her daughter? Sound off in the comments and please like my Facebook for the latest in news.

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