Breaking: New Roy Moore Accuser to Step Forward and Say He Sexually Assaulted Her When She Was a Minor


'Without Her Consent' Accuser Is Expected to Charge

A woman not included in the Washington Post's bombshell report last week has stepped forward to say she was sexually assaulted when she was a minor by Roy Moore, now the GOP nominee to fill Alabama's open U.S. Senate seat. Last week a woman told the Post Moore sexually assaulted her when she was 14 years old, and three other women said he pursued them when they were between 16 and 18 years of age.

At 2:30 PM Eastern the woman will hold a press conference with her attorney, Gloria Allred, to make her charges public, reports.

"The new accuser wishes to state what she alleges Roy Moore did to her without her consent," a press release states.

Moore has denied all the allegations in the Washington Post's report, but in an interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity he did not wholly deny that he "dated" teenaged women when he was in his 30's.

Over the weekend, as advertisers pulled support from Hannity's shows, conservatives initiated a "boycott" of Keurig, some by posting videos of them destroying their already-paid for coffee makers. The social media posts prompted those who believe the allegations against Moore to say they were adding Keurig to their Christmas shopping lists. 

At least three Republican Senators who officially endorsed Moore have rescinded their support, and others over the weekend stepped up calls for Moore to withdraw. Regardless, Moore's name will be on the ballot for the December 12 election.

UPDATE: 'I Thought He Was Going to Rape Me': New Accuser Says Roy Moore Sexually Assaulted Her When She Was 16


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