New Accuser Says Roy Moore Sexually Assaulted Her When She Was 16, Details Frightening Account

Beverly Young-Nelson

Another courageous woman has come forward with her own disturbing story of sexual assault at the hands of Alabama politician Roy Moore.

During a press conference on Monday with famed women’s rights attorney Gloria Allred by her side, Beverly Young-Nelson detailed being groped by the GOP candidate when she was a teenager.

According to her account, Moore would hang around the restaurant where she worked until closing time — and despite his flirtatious ways, she felt comfortable enough to accept his offer for a ride home considering he was a highly-respected local figurehead.

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Young-Nelson claims the then-DA would pull the ends of her hair as she passed by and complimented her looks when she was just 15 — and when she was 16, he signed her high school yearbook, saying:

“He wrote in my yearbook as follows: ‘To a sweeter more beautiful girl, I could not say merry christmas, Christmas, 1977, Love Roy Moore, old hickory house. Roy Moore, DA.'”

During the groping incident, Young-Nelson says Moore forced himself on her inside of his locked car by grabbing her breasts and squeezing her neck and forcing her head onto his crotch.

She emotionally remembers trying to fight the much-older man off of her, saying:

“I trusted Mr. Moore because he was district attorney, I thought he was doing something nice to offer to drive me home.”

She recalls him telling her after the attack:

“You’re just a child and he said I’m the district attorney if you tell anyone about this no one will ever believe you.”

Beverly also makes a point that she and her husband supported Donald Trump in the election, and that sexual assault is not a partisan issue.

Watch the highlights from today’s press conference (below):

These are not the people we need working in government.

We applaud Beverly for telling her story after all these years.

[Image via CBS.]

Nov 13, 2017 3:57pm PST

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