The woman who accused Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore of an inappropriate relationship when she was a teen has confessed she added to a note in her old high school yearbook that she claimed Moore had written.
The yearbook has been the source of immense controversy after her lawyer, Gloria Allred, refused to turn it over to forensic document examiners to verify its authenticity.
She claims Moore did sign the book, he just didn’t write the note.
According to Fox News:
“One of the women who accused Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore of making advances on her when she was a teen and he a local prosecutor admitted Friday to writing part of the yearbook inscription she offered as proof, a new crack in her story that gives Moore an opening to attack her credibility.
Beverly Young Nelson now says part of the inscription near Roy Moore’s signature was not written by Moore. Beverly Young Nelson told ABC News she added the date and place in the inscription in her high school yearbook that she and famed attorney Gloria Allred presented as proof the then-30-something Moore sought an inappropriate relationship with her in the late 1970s.
Nelson still insisted that Moore wrote most of the message and signed the inscription, but said she made “notes” to it. “Beverly, he did sign your yearbook?” ABC’s Tom Llamas asked her. “He did sign it,” she said. “And you made some notes underneath?” Llamas asked. “Yes,” she replied.”
This blockbuster report is sure to give Moore a huge boost before the election Tuesday.
Moore holds a slight lead over liberal Democrat Doug Jones.