Roy Moore allegations: Another woman accuses Republican candidate of assault

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"No. But again, if, you know, Roy Moore had stolen a lawnmower when he was 21, that's bad, but that's not a reason, 50 years later, to all of a sudden, you know, throw him off the ballot or let Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellMcConnell expects Paul to return to Senate next week Former Hill staff calls for mandatory harassment training Gaming the odds of any GOP tax bill getting signed into law MORE pick the next senator of Alabama", Moseley said.

In an appearance Monday afternoon with celebrity attorney Gloria Allred by her side, a woman named Beverly Young Nelson accused Moore of sexually assaulting her when she was a teenager. "Walker didn't take the opportunity to denounce sexual abuse and exploitation of teenage girls by any adult, especially in the case of Roy Moore". "I did not respond to any of Mr. Moore's flirtatious behavior".

During a CNN interview on Monday, Brandon Moseley, a reporter at the Alabama Political Reporter, argued that allegations such as the ones being leveled at Moore shouldn't disqualify the candidate.

Moore, who is prone to incendiary comments on social and cultural issues, has survived controversy before. She alleges that he told her at the time: "You're just a child and I am the district attorney ... and if you tell anyone about this, no one will ever believe you".

The Washington Post broke the initial story last week, rocking the U.S. Senate special election in Alabama. She described a harrowing chain of events that ended with Moore attempting to force her into a sex act in a parked vehicle - an episode that, she said, left her with severe bruising on her neck.

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"If it's true - I mean that's the great qualifier". "I've been investigated more than any other person in the country", he said, adding, "That these grown women would wait 40 years to come forward right now before an election to bring charges is absolutely unbelievable". I'm going to vote for Roy Moore to make a statement.' So, I don't interpret the 29 percent as condoning what Roy Moore did. "It was a Scott Walker, a Scott P. Walker, I'm Scott Kevin Walker", Walker said.

In her version of the story, Corfman told the Post that Moore called her on a phone in her bedroom to arrange a date.

"I believe the women", McConnell, R-Ky., said Monday in response to a question at an appearance in Louisville, Kentucky. Sessions has said he has no plans on leaving his position, and it would seem he still doesn't intend to return to his old station any time soon.

But Nelson noted that she and her husband supported Donald Trump for president and said the timing of her allegations were not motivated by politics but by the four "brave" women who spoke to The Washington Post.