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Roy Moore accuser amends part of her account about inscription

Roy Moore accuser amends part of her account about inscription

Nelson's attorney, Gloria Allred, maintains that the rest of the inscription is real and that it is proof that Nelson knew Moore, who Nelson said groped her in his vehicle after offering her a ride home.

On Friday, Nelson told 'Good Morning America' that she still fears Moore's potential impact in the U.S. Senate, but softened her earlier insistence that an inscription in her high school yearbook was entirely written in Moore's hand.

Moore's campaign responded today that Nelson's admission that she had added the date and location has cast doubt on her entire story.

A week or two after he signed the yearbook, Nelson alleges, Moore offered her a ride home and she accepted. They're malicious. Specifically, I do not know any of these women, nor have I ever engaged in sexual misconduct with any woman, ' Moore said.

Nelson alleged that a week or two after signing the yearbook at the restaurant, Moore offered her a ride home from work and assaulted her in his auto.

Moore is now narrowly favored to win Tuesday's Senate special election.

Did the accuser admit to forging either "part of an inscription" or Roy Moore's "signature"? " Jauregui said. "The truth is out there and until she releases the yearbook, all we know is they're not telling the truth and they've lied".

"To a sweeter more attractive girl I could not say Merry Christmas".

The note from Moore read, "To a sweeter more lovely girl I could not say Merry Christmas. Gloria Allred, any time you see her you know something's going wrong", Trump told a crowd at a rally in Pensacola, Fla. on Friday.

Moore's legal team has called on Allred and Nelson to release the yearbook so the signature in question can be independently examined.

Moore and his attorneys have previously suggested the yearbook inscription was a forgery. Those initials were used, campaign officials say, on a copy of a document related to Nelson's own divorce, which briefly came before Moore when he was a judge. The Alabama candidate has denied all the allegations. Olde Hickory House was the restaurant Nelson worked at in Gadsden, Ala., where she said she met Moore in the 1970s.

Nelson accused Moore of sexually assaulting her when she was 16.

"We are very transparent", Allred said. Five were teenagers at the time, and one was 22; Moore was in his early 30s. Her allegations against Moore were made alongside celebrity attorney Gloria Allred last month and she presented the yearbook inscription as proof she and Moore had known each other 40 years ago.

Nelson's account has not been independently verified by The Post.