In tears, Nelson said in NY that when she was 16, Moore offered her a ride home from the restaurant where she worked.
She described the events that happened when Moore offered to drive her home one night.
"I tried fighting him off and yelling", she tearfully recalled, but "instead of stopping, he began squeezing my neck and attempting to force my head into his crotch". "I was determined that I was not going to allow him to force me to have sex with him", Nelson said.
"He was also trying to pull my shirt off", the visibly upset Nelson continued. "I think he did cocaine". I was twisting and struggling and begging him to stop.
"Mr. Moore attacked me when I was a child", Nelson said, recounting that Moore was a regular customer at a restaurant where she worked as a waitress when she was 15 and 16. I am the District Attorney of Etowah County. I have more to say about Sinclair in a second segment starting at the 33:10 mark.
Moore's denied the previous claims, and threatened to sue the Post.
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Republicans here and in Alabama have been up in arms over the accusations, published last week in The Washington Post, that Mr. Moore pursued sexual or romantic relationships with teenagers when he was in his 30s. Moore is alleged to have "dated" other women in their teens around that time as well.
The White House has said Moore should end his candidacy if the charges are proven to be true, a stance adopted by other key Republicans, including most Republican senators.
Through a spokesman, Moore dismissed the allegation.
And he said that neither Democrats nor Republicans want to see him win a special Senate election. "Allred was the attorney who claims credit for giving us Roe v. Wade which has resulted in the murder of tens of millions of unborn babies", Moore campaign chairman Bill Armistead said in a statement released before Allred's press conference began.
But Nelson noted that she and her husband supported Donald Trump for president and said the timing of her allegations were not motivated by politics but by the four "brave" women who spoke to The Washington Post. The Republican Senate campaign arm on Friday severed its fund-raising relationship with him for the special election to fill a seat vacated by Jeff Sessions when he became USA attorney general earlier this year. In September, Moore defeated Luther Strange, the Republican senator who had been appointed to fill Sessions' seat, in a Republican primary.
Four surveys of voters taken in Alabama, a southern state, in the immediate aftermath of the newspaper story and Moore's adamant rejection of it show him to be in a close race with Jones, separated by a few percentage points, with a significant share of undecided voters.
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