Moore accuser says she wasn't paid to tell story

Moore accuser says she wasn't paid to tell story

Thompson's letter demanded that Moore and his attorneys preserve all "materials, documents, writings, recordings, statements, notes, letters, journals, diaries, calendars, emails, videos, computers, cell phones, electronic data, and other information" related to allegations of sexual misconduct that could be used in the event of a lawsuit. She also later discussed it with her children.

Moore took off her clothes down to her underwear, Corfman said, took off his own trousers, touched her over her underwear and tried to get her to do the same.

'It took years for me to regain a sense of confidence in myself.

Two decades later, the Post sought her out and she decided it was time to share her story. I had to make a decision, " she said. The state election is being closely watched, as several GOP senators have called Moore to drop out, and President Donald Trump remains mostly quiet on the issue. "It literally fell in my lap ..." "I felt guilty", Corfman says.

The politics and money at stake for Moore's accusers has been called into question by his defenders, but Corfman said her decision to come forward has cost her money with her having to take time off from work. If anything, she said, she has lost money, because she's not working now. Senate Republicans can only afford to lose two votes on the tax bill due to their slim 52-48 majority in the Senate, and several Senators have voiced concerns about the proposed legislation.

"But this isn't political for me". The White House said Trump has found the accusations "very troubling".

Shelby and McConnell both supported Sen. Luther Strange in the September 26 primary to determine Sessions' successor and campaigned in the state, a Republican stronghold.

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Hours before the Daily Mail's story broke, he posted a picture of his three daughters-Sistine, Sophia and Scarlet-to Instagram. According to his spokesperson, "This is a ridiculous and clearly false story". "The only people I introduced to Mr.

A political action committee aligned with McConnell spent millions to help odd in the Republican runoff in September. The special election has been rocked by sexual misconduct allegations against Moore. "I want to tell you who needs to step down - that's Mitch McConnell". A group of women, led by Moore's wife, Kayla, held a rally outside the state's Capitol in Montgomery last week.

White House aides said Trump - who faced his own allegations of sexual misconduct and was caught on tape bragging about forcibly grabbing women without their consent - is uncomfortable with the allegations against Moore but thinks voters should decide his fate.

On ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos, White House Legislative Affairs Director Marc Short said that "obviously if [Trump] did not believe that the women's accusations were credible, he would be down campaigning for Roy Moore".

Before the allegations emerged, Trump had backed current GOP Sen. Still, Short added the "38-year-old allegations" were virtually unprovable.

Moore told Sean Hannity of Fox News that he had never met Corfman, though he did not rule out dating teenagers when he was in his early 30s.

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