Roy Moore accuser amends part of her account about inscription

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A Roy Moore Accuser Needed A"Handwriting Expert To Prove Her Story & It's So Gross

Since Beverly Young Nelson accused Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore last month of sexually assaulting her when she was 16 and he was a deputy district attorney in his 30s, Nelson has "been the target of threats and lies", she said at a press conference Friday.

While Moore has denied knowing Nelson, she has produced her high school yearbook where Moore allegedly wrote before the incident: "To a sweeter, more lovely girl I could not say Merry Christmas".

The press conference with Nelson and Allred comes after Nelson told ABC News on Friday that she made notes underneath Moore's original entry.

"Anytime you see her, you know something is wrong", Trump said. We don't know. And then again I hope that he's changed.

This is a developing story. Moore's campaign maintains the allegations against him are fabricated political attacks.

The outlet later added an update at the bottom of its story saying clarifying that Nelson added notes under the inscription and the she wrote the notes instead of "forging" it, as it had earlier characterized it.

Moore pounced on the comments to discredit Nelson's accusations against him, retweeting a Fox News headline saying Nelson "admits she forged" part of the yearbook note.

"So get out and vote for Roy Moore", Trump said.

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Her lawyer, Gloria Allred, confronted their critics at a Friday afternoon press conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Campaign officials did not take any questions from reporters. "He wrote in my yearbook as follows: 'To a sweeter more lovely girl, I could not say Merry Christmas, Christmas, 1977, Love, Roy Moore, Olde Hickory House".

At a subsequent news conference, Nelson's lawyer, Gloria Allred, released the findings of a handwriting analyst who concluded that the signature on the yearbook inscription did indeed belong to Roy Moore.

The newest wrinkle in Nelson's account came four days before Moore squares off against Democrat Doug Jones in the December 12 special election for Attorney General Jeff Sessions' former seat, which is now filled by appointed Sen.

"We've endured a lot of harassment throughout this campaign", Armistead said. Moore advisers have also noted that in the past, Moore had an assistant with the initials "D.A.", which would be printed next to Moore's signature when she signed documents on his behalf with a stamp.

So, why did Nelson add additional language to the alleged inscription? "We've always said in the end truth will be known".

When he finally gave up, Moore allegedly told her: "You are a child".

Moore has denied all the allegations made by the women, including Corfman.

Trump's political team scheduled the rally last week after looking at polls that showed Moore likely to win - and Trump increasingly determined to back him. "We look forward to learning if Alabama voters will believe Moore's accusers or ignore the evidence presented to them".

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