Hillary-Supporting Attorney Gloria Allred’s Alabama Accuser Says Judge Roy Moore Tried to Rape Her

Embattled Attorney Gloria Allred, who is well known for trotting out women to confess to phony crimes against Donald Trump and other conservatives, held a press conference on Monday afternoon.

Allred was a Hillary delegate at the DNC in 2016.

Allred is also under TWO INVESTIGATIONS for misconduct as an attorney.

Allred is famous for holding viral press conferences before upcoming elections with women who accuse Republican politicians of wrongdoing. Then the women quietly disappear after the election.

Allred brought with her Beverly Young Nelson from Alabama to her presser today.
Nelson accused Judge Roy Moore of attempted rape.

Judge Moore has NEVER been accused of inappropriate sexual conduct in his 38 years of public service before the charges this past week.

AL.com reported:

1:59 p.m. “I was not going to allow him to force me to have sex with him,” Nelson said. “I was terrified. I thought he was going to rape me. At some point, he gave up.”

1:58 p.m. Instead of driving to Nelson’s home, Moore pulled to dark area behind the restaurant, Nelson claims. Nelson says Moore groped her and tried to force her head onto his crotch. Nelson says she yelled and tried to leave the car, but Moore locked the door.

1:54 p.m. One night when Nelson was 16, she was waiting for her boyfriend to pick her up from work, but Moore offered a ride. I trusted Mr. Moore because he was a district attorney,” Nelson said.

1:52 p.m. Nelson says Moore would pull her hair and flirt with her.

1:51 p.m. Nelson said she had a boyfriend and was no interested in having a dating or sexual relationship with man twice her age.

1:50 p.m. Nelson said when she was 15 years old and working at the Old Hickory House off Highway 431 in Gadsden as waitress Moore was a regular customer, who would stay until closing time, sitting at the counter.

So far the far left Washington Post and crooked attorney Allred have tossed out allegations against Judge Moore.

And we all know how much the WaPo and Allred love Alabama voters.

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