Published: Fri, December 08, 2017
Worldwide | By Isabel Fisher

Roy Moore Accuser Admits She Added 'Notes' to Roy Moore Signature

Roy Moore Accuser Admits She Added 'Notes' to Roy Moore Signature

Moore has denied Nelson's allegations, as well as those of other women who have accused him of sexual misconduct. Nelson said she didn't tell anyone because she was scared and anxious if she talked, Moore would do something to her or her family. Nelson claimed that Moore had attempted to force her to perform a sex act on him when she was in high school, and offered what she said was a note Moore left in her yearbook by way of proof.

Roy Moore accuser Beverly Young Nelson confirmed she had added "notes" to an inscription she said the Alabama Republican wrote in her yearbook decades ago.

She continued saying Moore stopped his vehicle in the back of the restaurant between the dumpster and the building where there were no lights and no people.

After going public with her allegation last month, Nelson added, she is "scared to go anywhere" and she and her children have been threatened.

One of the women who came forward with allegations against GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore said it "sickens" her to think about what may happen if he wins the December 12 election. "Is the party more important than my incident?" she asks.

"Maybe I do. But I thought all this time, all these years I thought I was his only victim".

Beverly Young Nelson shows her high school yearbook signed by Moore at a news conference in New York Monday Nov. 13 2017
Beverly Young Nelson shows her high school yearbook signed by Moore at a news conference in New York Monday Nov. 13 2017

The message in question reads: "To a sweeter more attractive girl I could not say Merry Christmas".

Moore and his attorneys quickly sought to cast doubt on the legitimacy of the inscription, demanding that an expert in handwriting analysis examine Nelson's yearbook. Christmas 1977. Love, Roy Moore, Olde Hickory House.

Moore and his attorneys have previously suggested the yearbook inscription was a forgery.

"Speaking Friday with ABC's "Good Morning America" Nelson said "yes" when the reporter said he did sign your yearbook", and "you made some notes underneath".

The election between Moore and Democrat Doug Jones is Tuesday.


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