Ashley Judd believes her sister, Wynonna Judd, may have been spying on her with a tracking device.
A mechanic reportedly found a wireless GPS tracking device on Ashley's Mini Cooper last month, ABC News reported. According to a Tennessee police report filed in November, Ashley said she “believed Wynonna had placed or had someone else place the device on her vehicle.”
There is an ongoing custody dispute between the Judds, according to ABC. The car was being driven by an unnamed female, whom Ashley "had custody" of and whom Wynonna was attempting to spy on. The police document claims Wynonna has been working with a private investigator and her ex-husband, Arch Kelley, was accused of putting the device on the car.
TMZ reported that the individual driving the car was Wynonna's daughter. The daughter allegedly took the vehicle to the mechanic to be searched for a device, and the device was later reported to the police.
Wynonna's lawyer allegedly called the incident a "misunderstanding" and said the singer was only trying to track her daughter.
The Franklin Police Department has declared the case inactive and no charges have been filed, the Tennessean reported. Deputy Chief Mike Jordan was placed on suspension after details of the case leaked to the media.
The family feuding between the Judds has played out in the press in the past, but Ashley -- whose 2011 memoir "All That Is Bitter and Sweet" talks of abuse and incest -- seeks to keep those details private these days.
"I love my sister and every time she walks in the room, I light up. There's just nothing like a big sister," she told ABC last year. "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."