BIRMINGHAM, AL - GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore's campaign wants to examine a high school yearbook one of Moore's accusers said Moore signed back when she was only 16, weeks before he allegedly assaulted her. Beverly Young Nelson, 57, said Monday that Moore attempted to sexually assault her when she was 16. Nelson said she met Moore while working at the Old Hickory House, a restaurant off U.S. 431 in Gadsden, where Moore was a regular customer.
NEW YORK, NY - Another woman is coming forward with allegations that U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore sexually assaulted her when she was a minor. Attorney Gloria Allred announced today she will hold a press conference with the accuser at 1:30 p.m. Central Time. Moore, who has denied claims by four other women who said he pursued them sexually and romantically when they were underage and he was in his 30s, has insisted that the recent accusations against him are politically motivated and untrue.
GADSDEN, AL - Most of Alabama's Republican leaders say they will still support Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore even if allegations of sexual misconduct involving Moore and underage girls are true. While national GOP leaders have traveled the "if this is true" route in saying Moore should drop out of the race if the allegations are accurate, some local supporters have gone so far as to defend Moore's alleged actions.
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Selecting a term
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