Roy Moore’s Days Are Numbered As Sixth Woman Claims He ‘Grabbed’ Her Inappropriately

Roy Moore’s campaign for the U.S. Senate found itself in even deeper trouble on Wednesday after yet another woman, Tina Johnson, has come forward claiming he “grabbed” her inappropriately at his law office in 1991.

According to, Moore, an attorney at the time, was married when the incident occurred, and the woman he allegedly groped was 28-years-old, twice the age of his youngest victim.

The report provides a detailed account of the disturbing interaction between Moore and Johnson when the young woman was at his office to sign custody papers:

Almost from the moment she walked into Moore’s office, Johnson said, Moore began flirting with her.


“He kept commenting on my looks, telling me how pretty I was, how nice I looked,” recalled Johnson. “He was saying that my eyes were beautiful.”


It made her uncomfortable. “I was thinking, can we hurry up and get out of here?”



Once the papers were signed, she and her mother got up to leave. After her mother walked through the door first, she said, Moore came up behind her.


It was at that point, she recalled, he grabbed her buttocks.


“He didn’t pinch it; he grabbed it,” said Johnson. She was so surprised she didn’t say anything. She didn’t tell her mother.


She said she told her sister years later how Moore had made her feel uncomfortable during that meeting. Her sister told she remembers the conversation.

The same report details another incident in 1982 when Moore asked a 17-year-old Red Lobster waitress if she’d “go out with him sometime.” In her case, Moore walked away after she told him no.

The troubling new accusations come after a handful of women – one who was 14 years old at the time of Moore’s unwanted sexual advances – have come forward over the past week, accusing the Republican candidate of sexual assault or misconduct. It was even reported that Moore was banished from a local mall due to his behavior around young girls.

As the harrowing stories pile up, so do the number of Republican leaders urging Moore to drop out of the race. Many of them have even said that if he wins the Alabama Senate race, which is still a possibility, then he should be immediately expelled.

The controversy has taken its toll on Moore’s campaign, with a new internal GOP poll showing Democrat Doug Jones leading by a mammoth 12 percentage points. The race is likely much closer, however, as the RealClearPolitics average still shows Moore leading Jones by three points.

With no end in sight and no guarantee that more women won’t come forward over the final weeks of this hotly contested Senate race, Roy Moore’s days as a Senate candidate could be numbered.

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