The lawsuit asks Moore to publicly apologize. "Mr. Moore sexually abused me when I was only 14 years old". Then he and his campaign called me a liar and immoral when I publicly disclosed his misconduct, ' Corfman said in a statement. "By this lawsuit, I seek to do what I could not do as a 14-year-old-hold Mr. Moore and those who enable him accountable". They ignored my requests to stop attacking me and to acknowledge the truth.
Corfman's lawsuit is an opportunity for her to pursue legal action against Moore even though the statute of limitations on the alleged assault has run out.
Corfman and her mother have said that Moore first approached her as she waited outside a custody hearing at the Etowah County courthouse.
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He said he's always been a fighter, "but every good fighter knows when to hang up the gloves". Trump spoke to Romney , according to White House counselor Kellyanne Conway.
Jaffe, in an interview with AL.com, had said he wasn't sure he was the attorney she was referring to, and that he had never handled cases for Roy Moore, only his son. Corfman said he took off her shirt and trousers and removed his clothes except for his underwear before touching her over her bra and underpants.
A phone message left by AL.com at the office of Moore attorney Trent Garmon was not immediately returned Thursday.
His campaign issued a statement saying, 'We look forward to transparently discussing these matters in a court of law'.
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Anyhow, many of Moore's more vocal backers predicted Corfman and her fellow accusers would disappear from the public platform once the election ended - and they said this by way of showing how little steam their accusations had, and how politically motivated their whole sexual allegations were. Moore, the Republican candidate, lost to Democrat Doug Jones in a December special election. The lawsuit was filed a day after Jones was sworn in as a member of the Senate. She also cites campaign speeches made in Vestavia Hills and Huntsville. At a news conference, Beverly Young Nelson produced her high school yearbook containing an inscription she said was written by Moore to prove that he knew her, though she later acknowledged adding the location, date and initials "D.A." after the signature. During the 2016 campaign, Trump called the claims by multiple women that he had touched them improperly "big lies", and he called the women "liars".
Following his denial, far-right outlet Breitbart and other Moore supporters came to the candidate's defense and attempted to disprove Corfman's account of Moore's behavior.
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