Another woman has come forward to accuse embattled GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct

  • Two more women have come forward with stories about GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore, with one alleging that he groped her.
  • The first woman claims Moore grabbed her buttocks in his law office while she was there to transfer custody of her son to her mother.
  • The second woman said that Moore told her, “I go out with girls your age all the time.” Thorp was 17 at the time.

Two additional women
have now come forward with their own personal stories about beleaguered GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore.

One woman alleged that he groped her in his law office, and another alleged he admitted to her that he frequently dates underage girls.

Tina Johnson of Gadsden, Alabama said that in 1991, Moore groped her while she was in his law office to transfer custody of her 12-year-old son to her mother amid a difficult divorce, reports. While her mother was sitting next to her in the office, Moore allegedly flirted with Johnson and asked if her young daughters were as pretty as she was, which Johnson said made her uncomfortable. Once Johnson’s mother left the office, Moore came up behind Johnson and grabbed her buttocks.

“He didn’t pinch it; he grabbed it,” Johnson told was able to verify the 1991 court documents and confirmed that the custody transfer Johnson is referring to indeed took place.

A second woman in Gadsden, Kelly Harrison Thorp, said she was working at a local Red Lobster restaurant as a hostess in 1982 when Moore walked in and asked her if he could take her out sometime.

“I just kind of said, ‘Do you know how old I am?'” Thorp, who was 17 at the time, told “And he said, ‘Yeah. I go out with girls your age all the time.'”

Thorp says Moore only left her alone once she told him she had a boyfriend. She also said she knows Leigh Corfman, the woman who accused Moore of engaging in sexual misconduct with her when she was 14-years-old, and said she believes her story.

The two women say they kept their stories hidden for so long because they felt like their testimony wouldn’t make an impact.

“Everybody knew it wouldn’t matter,” Thorp said, “that he would get elected anyway because his supporters are never going to believe anything bad about him.”

“It’s because somebody asked,” Johnson said. “If anybody had asked, we would have told it. No one asked.”

Moore has been by five other women who were teenagers at the times of their contact with him of varying degrees of sexual misconduct.

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