In the same report, other women accused Moore of pursuing sexual encounters with them when they were teenagers and he was in his early 30s.
'Mr. Moore sexually abused me when I was only 14 years old. "I believe they're politically motivated, to stop a successful campaign".
The cases typically argue that when the accused deny the allegations against them, they are harming the reputation of their accusers. Corfman hopes that the lawsuit is able "to do what I could not do as a 14-year-old - hold Mr. Moore and those who enable him accountable", she said in a statement. Wishnatsky was a staff attorney at the Alabama Supreme Court from 2013 to 2016, when Roy Moore was chief justice, then joined the foundation, which advocates for religious right causes, such as opposition to LGBT rights and abortion - stances that Roy Moore famously took at the court. In addition, Corfman's mother recalls being approached outside the courthouse and she also learned about her daughter's "dates" with Moore decades before this election.
He also placed her hand on his genitals over his underwear.
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A representative of Moore's campaign, Brett Doster, said, "We look forward to transparently discussing these matters in a court of law".
It turns out that the Jewish attorney citied by Roy Moore's wife, Kayla, to counter charges of anti-Semitism is not who several news outlets thought he was - instead, he's a Jew who has converted to Christianity.
Moore's campaign was roiled by the accusations as he sought the U.S. Senate seat previously held by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. But now Kayla Moore has told Alabama media the lawyer she meant is Martin Wishnatsky, who works at the Moores' nonprofit, the Foundation for Moral Law.
Moore, a Republican, lost the race to Doug Jones, the first Alabama Democrat elected to the U.S. Senate in 25 years. Jones was sworn in as a senator on Wednesday. Just last week, after the election, they filed a lawsuit in which they once again called me a liar.
Corfman's suit asks the court to force Moore to " retract all defamatory statements made against Ms. Corfman, to publicly apologize for these defamatory statements, and to refrain from making further defamatory statements".