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The tearful woman pictured above is Beverly Young Nelson, and yesterday she accused Judge Roy Moore of attempted rape when she was just 16.
Her testimony, at a press conference in New York, came as news broke that a number of pastors who had endorsed the Southern Baptist Alabama judge for the Senate earlier this year were now distancing themselves from the alleged sex pest.
The withdrawal of their support came after Kayla Moore, wife of the embattled judge, reposted a letter of support dated August 15 from the pastors in response to the mounting allegations.
In the reposted letter, the pastors said:

For decades, Roy Moore has been an immovable rock in the culture wars – a bold defender of the ‘little guy’, a just judge to those who came before his court, a warrior for the unborn child, defender of the sanctity of marriage, and a champion for religious liberty. Judge Moore has stood in the gap for us, taken the brunt of the attack, and has done so with a rare, unconquerable resolve.

The letter lists the names of 50 pastors and their churches.
Tijuanna Adetunji of the Fresh Anointing House of Worship in Montgomery, whose name appears on the list, is furious that she was not contacted about the letter, saying she did not give permission for her name to be used.
Pastor Thad Endicott, who leads Heritage Baptist Church,  added:

The list that has recently circulated was evidently copied and pasted from the August endorsements without checking to see if I still endorsed Moore.

He said he has asked that his name be removed from the Moore endorsement.
Pastor Joseph Smith of Pine Air Baptist Church in Grand Bay also said he was unhappy about his church and name being caught up with Moore’s scandal.
On Monday, Judge Moore’s latest accuser, Alabama resident Beverly Young Nelson, said at a press conference in New York City with celebrity attorney Gloria Allred that during an encounter with Moore when she was just 16 and he was a District Attorney, she thought he was:

Going to rape me. I was determined that I was not going to allow him to force me to have sex with him. I was terrified. He was also trying to pull my shirt off. I thought that he was going to rape me. I was twisting and struggling and begging him to stop. I had tears running down my face.

Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore displays a pistol belonging to his wife Kayla as a way to show support for the Second Amendment after candidates were asked about their views on gun rights during a candidates’ forum in Valley, Alabama, in August.  The former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court is running in the special election to fill the seat vacated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Photo: Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

Just hours before Nelson delivered her statement at the press conference, Kayla Moore who serves as President of The Foundation for Moral Law, suggested in a post on Facebook that there was evidence that money was “being paid to people who would come forward” and her husband is the victim of:

A witch hunt. After the accusations came out against Judge Moore his polling numbers did not change, so do you think they will let up?? We knew something was coming, just did not know what next. This is the same Gloria Allred that did the very exact same thing to Trump during his campaign. Going on two months now they’ve been on a witch hunt here in Etowah County and our state advertising people to step forward with accusations and we are gathering evidence of money being paid to people who would come forward. Which is part of why we are filing suit!
Washington establishment and Democrat Party will stop at nothing to stop our campaign. Prayers appreciated …

The Foundation for Moral Law which Kayla Moore heads was formerly led by her husband and, according to its website:

Exists to restore the knowledge of God in law and government and to acknowledge and defend the truth that man is endowed with rights, not by our fellow man, but by God!

The Moores have also been criticised for using the foundation to enrich themselves. Roy Moore was paid over $1 million through the foundation for part time work as its president from 2007 to 2012, according to The Washington Post. Kayla Moore and Moore’s children were also on the foundation’s payroll.