Alabama resident Tina Johnson accused Senate candidate Roy Moore of grabbing her buttocks, making her the sixth woman to accuse him of sexual misconduct.
Johnson alleged that while visiting Moore in 1991 to grant her mother custody of her son, Moore made discomforting remarks about her looks before groping her when her mother left the room.
“He didn't pinch it; he grabbed it,” Johnson said, according to AL.com.
Johnson alleged to be a devout Christian and said politics didn't motivate her to come forward about Moore's conduct. “It's more of a moral and religious thing,” Johnson, who witnessed Moore talk about his faith for years, said.
Both allegations came just days after another woman, Beverly Young Nelson, accused Moore of trying to force her at 16 years old to perform a sex act on him.
Kelly Harrison Thorp told AL.com that Moore was open about dating young girls. When she was 17 years old and working at a Red Lobster, Moore came into the restaurant and told her he dated girls her age “all the time.”
Moore vehemently denied that accusation and others The Washington Post relayed last Thursday, but leading Republicans apparently viewed the allegations as substantial enough to withdraw their support for him.
Despite the pushback, Moore reportedly intends to continue his campaign for the state's special election, which is scheduled on Dec. 12.